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A potential direction for Far Cry: Primal?

Far Cry: Primal is the latest installment in Ubisoft's Far Cry series, set for release on February 23rd 2016. A trailer for the stone-age survival game went …

Alex Bullivant

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Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Siege Beta - Preview

After the unfortunate cancellation of Rainbow 6: Patriots, many fans worried if there would be complications with their beloved series. Between September 24th a…

Simon Von Bill

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Review: Hyperkin's Retron 5 Gaming Console

Being a product of the early 90's, I grew up with a lot of hand-me-down video games; it was all I could get due to how poor my family was at the time. If I want…

Cory Clearman

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Lost in Obscurity: Sigma Star Saga

As someone that will play just about anything that is handed to me, it is not uncommon for me to stumble upon a game that is extremely unique but had never real…

Cory Clearman

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Submerged - Review

Submerged is minimalistic "relaxporation" adventure developed by Uppercut Games that puts you in a post-disaster world where you mosly scavenge for supplies to …

Simon Von Bill

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Blues and Bullets: Episode 1 - Review

Blues and Bullets is a story driven episodic adventure that puts you in the shoes of Elliot Ness, a retired cop that gets dragged back into the life he thought …

Simon Von Bill

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Free To Play Sunday: Dirty Bomb

I'm Justin, filling in for Spiffy McJiggins! This is Free To Play Sunday.So you've got no money. Your Steam library is crying out , "Gimme a new game pleaaassee…

Justin

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Free to Play Sunday: Pokemon Rumble World

Hello, and welcome to the second installation of Free to Play Sunday. Today we will be looking at a free to play game from Nintendo, but first I'd like to give …

Spiffy McJiggins

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Free to Play Sunday: The Plan

Hello fellow gamer! I know it might not still be Sunday where you are, but I've still got 40 minutes until its officially Monday technically it's now Monda…

Spiffy McJiggins

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In-Depth Review: Splatoon

I'm pretty sure that everyone expected that one of the biggest games of 2015 would be a shooter, but how many of you were surprised that it was one made by Nint…

Cory Clearman