Gaming

The Turing Test Review – Remote Access Achieved

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It is very easy for a video game to draw inspiration from the blockbuster. There is a craft to perfecting gunplay and timing explosives, but the gaming audience is usually forgiving of a lackluster thrill ride. It is a bit harder for a game to nail a serious tone. Requiring patience and forgoing fantastical elements can lead to players mocking ... Read More »

Metrico+ Review – Graphic Content

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In 2014, puzzle-platformer Metrico released as a PlayStation Vita exclusive. While it was an interesting looking game, it suffered from its need to use every single gimmick available on the Vita, leaving it rather awkward to control and not very fun to play. Two years later and it seems the developers are giving the game another shot with Metrico+, an ... Read More »

The Censored Gaming Recap (15th – 21st August 2016)

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Welcome to the Censored Gaming Recap! In these articles, we take a look back at all of the latest happenings in the world of censorship and then round them up in a special weekly feature. This time sees, again, another game being refused a rating over in Germany, as well as news about the upcoming South Park: The Fractured but ... Read More »

Berserk Musou Adds Playable Wylad

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For months now, I have repeatedly suggested that Koei Tecmo and Omega Force’s upcoming Berserk musou have the low-level apostle Wylad as a playable character. It appears my half-joking prayers have paid off, as Famitsu has revealed that the latest character to join the ever-growing roster is none other than the Devil Dog himself. For those unfamiliar, Wylad is a very minor villain ... Read More »

Battlefield 1 Season Pass Costs Nearly As Much As the Game

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Sometimes, a headline is clear as day. Other times, a story has so many potential factors that its tough to decide which one deserves the featured place. Where do we start with Battlefield 1‘s season pass? Do we start at the fact that you have to pay $50 to get the Season Pass? Do we discuss the fact that the two nations the ... Read More »

Disgaea 2 PC Releases in January 2017

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Set to come out nearly a year after the first Disgaea hit PC, Disgaea 2 PC is the definitive edition of Disgaea 2 and will be releasing on PC on January 30th, 2017. Disgaea 2 PC is going to combine the original PlayStation 2 release of Disgaea 2: Cursed Memories with the updated PlayStation Portable release Disgaea 2: Dark Hero Days, which serves as the basis for the ... Read More »

GOG Arrives in Brazil with Localized Game Prices

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A little over three months after GOG added six new currencies to the GOG store, GOG has now added a new currency, the Brazilian Real.  For GOG, this marks the fourth country to “get its own, fully localized version of GOG.com.” For curious Brazilians, this means that you will now be able to access everything that you have been missing up to this ... Read More »

Pokémon GO Update Adds Team Leader Appraisal

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If you’re still out there catchin’ ’em all, then you’ll be excited about the new Pokémon GO update rolling out throughout this week. While on the small side for a Pokémon GO update (though we’ve seen smaller – minor text changes, anyone?), it adds a much needed and anticipated feature to your mobile hunting app – the ability to gauge ... Read More »

Anvil’s Legacy Adding Forge on PC, Hunter Cannon to Halo 5

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Anvil’s Legacy is Halo 5‘s next free content update, and it’s bringing many features that veteran fans of the franchise will stand up and take notice of. Perhaps the biggest update is the release of Halo 5’s Forge mode as a free to play experience on Windows 10. As previously reported, players will be able to create maps using mouse and ... Read More »

September Games With Gold Announced

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Every month active Xbox Live Gold members get access to four games through the Games With Gold service, and the games for next month have just been revealed. As usual it contains two Xbox One games and two backwards compatible Xbox 360 games. From September 1st to the 30th Xbox One uses will get Earthlock: Festival of Magic. A turn ... Read More »