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Not The Game You Want, But The Game You Need

Nov 28, 14 Not The Game You Want, But The Game You Need

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“This War of Mine” has garnered lots of press attention as a war game that has you assuming the roles of noncombatants. It’s been pegged as a thinking and time-management survival game, a moral simulator that puts the faces of real people to war. You play a real person trying to survive rather than the role of supersoldier #28 who can miraculously heal his wounds by hiding behind a wall for five seconds.

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Super Smash Bros.: Now Available On Calculators?

Nov 23, 14 Super Smash Bros.: Now Available On Calculators?

Posted by in Gamer's Corner, Gaming, Technology

As Nintendo’s Super Smash Bros. for Wii U hits the stores, one resourceful genius has found a way to help entertain bored students or offices workers who can’t smuggle a 3DS or Wii U into their place of work or study. Super Smash Bros. is now available on calculators.

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Dragon Age: Inquisition Review

Nov 11, 14 Dragon Age: Inquisition Review

Posted by in Gamer's Corner, Gaming

BioWare's about to drop its mic and walk off stage. Or whatever the equivalent of concluding an amazing performance might be for game developers. Maybe click "Shut Down" on a computer with an especially forceful strike of an index finger and then spin around on an office chair.

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Advances In Art Within Gaming

Nov 10, 14 Advances In Art Within Gaming

Posted by in Gamer's Corner, Gaming, Technology

While it can be true when looking at older games, such as many of the old 8-bit classics, that it can be hard to see them as art, thanks to modern technology and advances in graphical abilities and processor power, the games of today are truly glorious to behold.

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2014 E3 All About Games – But Sadly Not Innovation

Jun 12, 14 2014 E3 All About Games – But Sadly Not Innovation

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Hardware won't play a big role in the 2014 Electronic Entertainment Expo. Nintendo unveiled its Wii U two years ago and, since then, the 100+ year old company, which once made playing cards, seems to be making bad plays. At this point – to mix metaphors – it is all but phoning it in.

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May’s Gaming Lineup

May 05, 14 May’s Gaming Lineup

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This month will see quite a few big retail releases, as well as a lot of digital ports and re-releases. Here’s a quick summary of what you can expect in May.

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Microsoft Hopes Titanfall Will Boost Sales Of Xbox One

Mar 12, 14 Microsoft Hopes Titanfall Will Boost Sales Of Xbox One

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The clash of the titans began last fall when Sony released its PlayStation 4 video game console followed shortly by the arrival of Microsoft’s Xbox One. Each system has seen respectable sales, but Sony has reportedly taken an early lead. Microsoft now is pinning its hopes on this week’s Titanfall.

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Titanfall Beta: First Impressions

Feb 25, 14 Titanfall Beta: First Impressions

Posted by in Gamer's Corner, Gaming

One week ago, I was staring at a launch poster for Respawn Entertainment’s Titanfall. Like so many other first person shooters that fell off of the wagon, Titanfall looked to be the same boring treatment of aiming and shooting to my heart’s content.

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Future Lionhead Games Not To Resemble Fable

Jan 24, 14 Future Lionhead Games Not To Resemble Fable

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Well, I guess we can reopen old wounds again. Lionhead Games, the developers behind the critically acclaimed Fable series on the Xbox, has announced unofficially that not all of their games will be Fable.

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SimCity To Get Offline Mode In Next Patch

Jan 20, 14 SimCity To Get Offline Mode In Next Patch

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Rejoice PC gamers! Maxis Entertainment, the creators of SimCity, has announced that they intend to release an offline mode in the next patch for the game.

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