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  • Dragon Ball XenoVerse review for PS4, Xbox One, PC | Gaming Age

    Posted by on February 27, 2015 under News
    GA: I think the last time I genuinely enjoyed a Dragon Ball Z video game was with Dragon Ball Z Budokai 3 on PS2, which released in North America just a little over a decade ago. There’s been plenty of Dragon Ball titles in between now and then, but few have come remotely close to hitting the high bar set by Via Dragon Ball XenoVerse review for PS4, Xbox One, PC | Gaming Age... more.
  • What might we see from Bethesda at E3 this year

    Posted by on February 27, 2015 under News
    Ian Koehler is really interested in what Bethesda are planning for E3 and writes "Nothing is confirmed but this is what I believe could surface at this years press conference. Early this month Bethesda announced it would be holding a public press conference this June at E3. This could mean a lot but these are some of the games I believe Via What might we see from Bethesda at E3 this year... more.
  • Dead or Alive 5: Last Round Review | NZGamer

    Posted by on February 27, 2015 under News
    NZG: Dead or Alive 5: Last Round is the third, and last, iteration of Dead or Alive 5. It's also the most complete version yet, featuring five new fighters and two new stages. It seemed as though DoA was taking after a certain "Capcom fighter" with multiple versions of what is essentially the same game - not forwarding the main series Via Dead or Alive 5: Last Round Review | NZGamer... more.
  • Better Watched than Played: The Danger of Cinematic Games

    Posted by on February 27, 2015 under News
    In the age of YouTube and Twitch, overly cinematic games risk being tagged with the phrase "better watched than played." But even games with linear narratives can justify their playtime if they craft a story that respects the interactivity of the medium. This article explores how games might succeed, or fail, at ensuring that players prefer to play them, rather than Via Better Watched t... more.
  • 15 Minutes of Fame: ScreamRide

    Posted by on February 27, 2015 under News
    EB's Matt Heywood writes, "In the latest episode of 15 Minutes of Fame I offer a look at the soon-to-be released ScreamRide for the Xbox One and Xbox 360. ScreamRide is best summarized as a blend of three games: SSX, Angry Birds, and Rollercoaster Tycoon. It offers various game modes in its single-player career, as well as a sandbox mode for Via 15 Minutes of Fame: ScreamRide... more.
  • Mortal Kombat X’s Brutalities Are Gruesome

    Posted by on February 27, 2015 under News
    As Mortal Kombat escalated during its early years, the series introduced more ways to finish fights. Fatalities were just the beginning. Friendships, animalities, and babalities become part of the equation. Brutalities were in the console ports of Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3, but disappeared from the franchise soon after. They're back and very bloody in Mortal Kombat X. ( Mortal Kombat 10 Via Mortal... more.
  • Brutalities Announced for Mortal Kombat X

    Posted by on February 27, 2015 under News
    While this may not come as a surprise, mostly due to the relentless teasing by NetherRealm, Brutalities have finally been officially announced for Mortal Kombat X. ( Mortal Kombat 10 , PC , PS3 , PS4 , Xbox 360 , Xbox One ) 2 Download Free Software: Zip & Rar 3 Start Here As Mortal Kombat escalated during its early years, Via Brutalities Announced for Mortal Kombat X... more.
  • Frightening in (mostly) the right way: A Dying Light review – GameSpew

    Posted by on February 27, 2015 under News
    Dying Light has finally been released physically in Europe today, and here's GameSpew.com's thoughts on their time spent in the zombie-infested city of Harran. "As a fan of both Techland’s Dead Island and Dead Island: Riptide, it’s safe to say that I was eagerly awaiting the release of Dying Light. With development of Dead Island 2 being handed to Yager and Via Frightening in (mo... more.
  • Frozen Cortex Review | IGN

    Posted by on February 27, 2015 under News
    IGN: Frozen Cortex is a success on the most important level: developer Mode 7 Games created a smart, turn-based sci-fi sport that blends some of the best parts of American football and rugby. It's tactically demanding, and exciting both to watch and to play. Not only could I believe that this is the bloodsport of choice in some distant future, but Via Frozen Cortex Review | IGN... more.
  • Dead or Alive 5: Last Round (PS4) Review | Gaming Illustrated

    Posted by on February 27, 2015 under News
    GI: One of the most divisive fighting game series makes its way onto the new-gen consoles with Dead or Alive 5: Last Round. Often criticized for its oversexualized female cast and “fan service” costumes, Dead or Alive contains one of the most approachable, unique and entertaining fighting systems around. With new fighters, stages and a ton of previous DLC packaged in, Via Dead or Aliv... more.




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