Monthly Archives: December 2015

Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Siege Xbox One Review

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Historically, multiplayer only games have not been great performers and have not maintained high success with longevity, they seem to lose attention with the greater gaming community. However, with the ongoing success of games like Call of Duty and Battlefield, we are seeing more games that completely remove a single-player campaign. Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Siege has followed suit with Continue Reading...

Star Wars Battlefront PS4 Review

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Finally after 10 years Star Wars Battlefront is back and it looks so very visually appealing as most maps and character models look absolutely stunning. As someone who played the heck out of Battlefront 1 & 2 back in the day, I was very excited to play this new reboot of sorts to the series which would be handled by Continue Reading...

Just Cause 3 Xbox One Review

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Just Cause 3 is a third person, open-world, action-adventure shooter hidden behind enormous explosions which should be widely known as a Michael Bay Simulator. Gameplay Just Cause 3 sees the return of Rico Rodriguez to his home of Medici where General Sebastiano Di Ravello has taken over. Rico’s plan is to destroy Di Ravello’s control and return it to its Continue Reading...

Anno 2205 PC Review

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The next in the Anno series. Normally set in the past, the current run of 2070 and now 2205 are set well in the future. Strong visuals and tough management, the combat sections make for good breaks, in what is another city builder. There’s more than enough to keep you busy, especially with the different climate zones and the requirements Continue Reading...

Starcraft 2: Legacy of the Void PC Review

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The final part of the Starcraft 2 trilogy. It’s been a long time coming and it’s been worth the wait. While not as impressive as earlier releases or even the original duo, it continues a long and proud tradition of Blizzard strategy titles. While I’ve changed as a gamer, these games have not kept pace. There is still enough to Continue Reading...