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Halo Wars 2 and the Two-Sided Effect of the Halo Universe’s Expansion

February 25, 2017 by Anson Chan

With some three dozen books (consisting of novels and comic and reference books), a handful of live-action and animated short films, and almost a dozen main and spin-off games flying underneath…

Game Changers – Halo: Combat Evolved

February 23, 2017 by Robert Grosso

Whenever a new console is launched, there is always the question of how much staying power it will have. Companies like Nintendo, Sega, and Sony have weathered many storms, and…

The Twitch Saga: Yandere Simulator, Twitch, and Yandere Dev

February 20, 2017 by Robert N. Adams

Yandere Dev, the developer of Yandere Simulator, recently concluded what he calls the “Twitch Saga” by posting a final update video on the matter after he received a response from Twitch.…

What in the World is Halo Wars 2 and Should You Be Excited for It?

February 20, 2017 by Anson Chan

When someone mentions the game Halo, they usually refer to the record breaking First Person Shooter that has earned its place in history, partly due to its multiplayer and surprisingly…

Gaming Obscura: Binary Domain

February 16, 2017 by Robert Grosso

When it comes to obscure games, it is rare to discuss a title that is a recent hidden gem. In the past we have discussed some recent titles, such as…

Five Years Of Crusader Kings II – DLC Done Right

February 14, 2017 by Andrew Stretch

Crusader Kings II, originally releasing onto Steam in February 2012, is a dynasty simulation title created by Paradox Development Studios, the same developers behind Cities: Skylines and Europa Universalis IV. Crusader…

Overwatch’s Bastion Gets Buffed, But What of the Reinhardt Conundrum?

February 10, 2017 by Anson Chan

In a world where there is an angel who can bring people back from the grave, a talking gorilla who can figure out how to make a device to tether…

Rainbow Six Siege

Rainbow Six Siege’s Unexpected, and Unsurprising, Rise in Popularity

February 9, 2017 by Anson Chan

Almost three years ago, Ubisoft unveiled their latest tactical shooter with their usual song and dance routine. You’ve got a trailer with helicopters, mildly generic terrorists, special forces guys clad…

Gravity Rush 5th Year

Gravity Rush Five Years Later

February 9, 2017 by Andrew Stretch

3D worlds have been a big part of gaming ever since the release of Super Mario 64 ,and since then even Mario has toyed with the idea of shifting gravity, but…

Video Game Commercials Fell Flat During Super Bowl LI

February 8, 2017 by Matthew Arrojas

Over 111 million people reportedly watched Super Bowl 51. Many of those people (myself included) enjoyed watching the game, but the real reason we’re watching is for the commercials. Even…

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