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Why This Game?
I had been pretty pumped for No Man's Sky ever since its debut trailer first aired at the 2013 VGX awards. When the game finally landed in my hands, it had been paired down to a bit more realistic product for a small indie team to be making, but I remained excited to play. Frankly, I think the game has received a bit more flak than it deserves, but that's a topic for another day. The trophy breakdown for No Man's Sky involved earning what are called milestones for performing various actions you would normally do in the game. Thus, I figured, earning the platinum is akin to completing the game, since it doesn't really have a concrete ending. Paired with both this idea and my enthusiasm for the game, I set out to get this platinum trophy.
Resident Evil is a series that has had a lot of ups and downs since its debut on Playstation in 1996. In more recent years, the series has been on a downgrade slope but, Resident Evil 7: Biohazard has revived the series back from the dead!
I lived and breathed Double Dragon when I was a kid. Whether it was playing the video games, watching the Sunday morning syndicated cartoon, or even having my babysitter pay his hard-earned money to see that live-action piece of garbage
When it was introduced back in 2012, The Walking Dead Telltale series ushered in a new era of series from the adventure game developer. Containing some of the most genuinely emotional moments in gaming that year, it set a very
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**WARNING: THIS REVIEW MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS** I regret helping Harvey Dent. Yes, he has his share of demons -- and we all know he has the power to be compassionate -- but man, did he stick a knife into Bruce Wayne's
Killing Floor 2 is a labor of love from the development team at Tripwire interactive. The game boasts a solid co-op dynamic, grotesque enemies that will give you a run for your money, a heavy metal soundtrack that will sound fantastic on even the most basic of headphones and plenty of blood and gore.