Category: PC

Views on VR Gaming

Before attending E3, I had very negative views on Virtual Reality gaming. The concept is appealing, sure, but it seemed impractical and almost silly with the technology I had seen. Headsets were clunky and embarrassing, quality was abysmal, games that played on it were boring and sloppy, and a plethora...
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Duck Game Review

There have been many games that can accurately call themselves “Duck Shooters”. The Duck Game puts a twist on this as you are a duck who shoots other ducks. This platform/shooter is definitely not an everyday kind of game. Normally I would try to summarize the story of a game...
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Star Wars Battlefront Hands On

Imagine yourself playing EA’s Star Wars Battlefront as early as next week. That’s right, you read correctly. EA has announced that some lucky players will get a brief, hands on experience with their latest Star Wars Battlefront entry. Two studios, EA Canada and EA Redwood Shores will be hosting playtests...
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My Dream Review

MyDream is a voxel based community construction game. Which really means it’s like Minecraft if I’m being honest; at least in its presentation. As the market is flooded with voxel based games trying to be the next Minecraft, it can be hard for any diamonds in the rough to not...
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PAX East 2015 – Pollen: Oculus Rift

I had the opportunity to sit down with Olli Sinerma, who is the co-founder of Mindfield Games and play the demo of Pollen. After getting the Oculus Rift head gear on, Olli explained to me how to use the controller and navigate through the game. Pollen at the moment is...
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PAX East 2015 – Oculus

I had the opportunity to go to the Oculus booth and try out their upcoming new virtual reality headsets. Oculus has two different systems to try at their booth. The first one is using the Oculus Rift head gear in a room for the 360 degree effect. The second one...
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Surgeon Simulator Review

This is a game that starts with complete frustration and eventually turns into useless skills that you will never use anywhere else. I started playing this game because I saw it as a challenge, but I can’t really say whether or not I succeeded in that challenge or whether it...
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Dragon Age Inquisition Review

The Dragon Age series is one that has a lot of mixed reviews from many of the people that have played them. Some state that the gameplay from the two previous games differ greatly and I, personally, much prefer Dragon Age: Origins to Dragon Age II. Much like how one...
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New Details On Game of Thrones: A Telltale Games Series

Based on the award-winning HBO television drama series, Game of Thrones: A Telltale Games Series tells the story of House Forrester. Caught up in the events of The War of the Five Kings, they are placed in a precarious position where members of the household must do everything they can to prevent...
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Alien Isolation Review

Do you remember Aliens Colonial Marines? The alien game that destroyed every fans dream from a good alien game. Well, we now have the alien game that fans have been wanting and waiting for Alien Isolation, delivers the scares and will make fans happy. Have you ever wondered what Amada...
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Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor Review

With so many games this year disappointing fans all across the board, Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor started off as a game that most people labeled as an “Assassins Creed Clone” and ignored it. But then we are introduced to the nemesis system and everyone changed their minds and started to...
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Dying Light gets a January release date

Techland’s open-world parkour and stealth zombie adventure Dying Light is due out in North America on January 27TH on PS4, Xbox One, PS3, Xbox 360 and PC. Pre-orders come with a free DLC mode called “Be the Zombie”, in which you invade other players’ games as a powerful class of...
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Pure Pool Cues Up for Next-Gen Summer Release

Super-devs VooFoo Studios and Indie Games Publisher Ripstone announced today that Pure Pool; the latest iteration in the Pure series, will break onto Xbox One, the all-in-one games and entertainment system from Microsoft in addition to PC via Steam and PlayStation®4 early this summer! Featuring signature, super-smooth gameplay, Pure Pool...
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What’s So Great About Minecraft?

This is a game that not many gamers can say that they can get into, due to its non linear style of play. In fact this game strives to inspire creativity and wonder to what one can do within this sandbox of a world. There is always something new to...
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Elder Scrolls Online: Crafting Basics

Elder Scrolls Online has a very simple crafting system, but just because it’s simple doesn’t make it easy to master. Even though the mechanics of the craft are simple enough to understand it will still take a lot of dedication to level up. If you plan to play Elder Scrolls...
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Infinite Crisis: Trailer & Open Beta LAUNCH!

Whether you fight for peace, hope, justice, mayhem or chaos – get ready to dive into the DC Multiverse, because Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and Turbine have just launched the Infinite Crisis OPEN BETA. Fans can sign up now, and gain instant access to the game! A thrilling new, action-packed...
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