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Staff Picks 2013: Game Most Likely to Cause Marital Strife – GTA V

Written by (@) on December 16, 2013 in Features, Staff Picks

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Nominees: Animal Crossing: New Leaf, Call of Duty: Ghosts, Grand Theft Auto V, Injustice: Gods Among Us Well do we have a doozy of a winner here – traditionally when you think of a game causing marital strife the most obvious cause is through its ability to be a huge time sink causing players to… Read More »

Review: Defense Technica

Written by on October 30, 2013 in


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Several years ago the Tower Defense genre had so few entries that you’d be forgiven for not even knowing what “Tower Defense” was. But since the advent of the smart phone more and more people are looking for things to tap on, and there has been an explosion of bite-sized games offering strategic challenge with… Read More »


Air Conflicts: Vietnam Early Access Preview

Written by (@) on September 27, 2013 in News

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You should not be in this war. That isn’t a political statement or expression of any sort of personal agenda; after spending several hours with an early access build, that’s an objective assessment of Air Conflicts: Vietnam. Giving you the opportunity to experience the nuances of fighting one of our country’s most polemical fights, ACV… Read More »

Review: Neverwinter

Written by on July 2, 2013 in


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If it’s been awhile since you’ve played a D&D game, or you’ve never quite gotten into the MMORPG scene before, have no fear – Neverwinter is only slightly confusing (and not for either of those reasons). The beginning stages of this free-to-play game do a decent enough job of introducing you to the basic mechanics… Read More »

Review: Gears of War: Judgment

Written by on April 29, 2013 in


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Gears of War: Judgment really should have a “4” somewhere in its title. Not only does it have all the features and content of a traditional entry in the series, but it adds a slew of refined ideas that make this new experience better by nearly every objective criteria. Granted there are still a few… Read More »

Review: Go Home Dinosaurs!

Written by on March 26, 2013 in


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Go Home Dinosaurs (GHD) is a tower defense game that delivers a cute concept in a somewhat familiar package, but for all of its uniqueness, its greatest failing is that it doesn’t bring enough tradition to the table. While the objective of using gopher troops to defend against a parade of hungry dinosaurs hell bent… Read More »

Review: Defense Grid: Containment

Written by on February 6, 2013 in


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Defense Grid has been going strong since 2009, releasing a steady stream of downloadable content to supplement the tower defense gameplay of its original campaign. And despite the fact that the game shows some age now, hearing of the latest release of the Containment DLC, I found that I was still eager for more. The… Read More »

Review: The Room

Written by on January 15, 2013 in


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If you have an iPad 2, you should have The Room. Released a couple months ago by indie developer Fireproof Studios, the game has quickly built a solid following of fans and press accolades. And for very good reason. While the title is essentially nothing more than a room with a table occupied by one single… Read More »

On the Couch GTA V

On the Couch: GTA V

Written by (@) on December 31, 2012 in Features

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Rockstar has always been tight lipped when it comes to specific story details of any of their titles pre-release. Or at least, so they think. Thus far Rockstar has released a slew of information on the upcoming GTA V, with images ranging from hang-gliding to sharks, to details about specific gameplay mechanics. But somewhere in… Read More »


Bioshock Infinite: Coordinate Better Next Time

Written by (@) on December 31, 2012 in News

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Announced just a few days before the holiday as some sort of present, Irrational Games has proven that when the majority of us (62%) cannot coordinate our voting efforts, the remaining 38% of people who have bad taste can steal victory. In the wake of a recent “controversy” over the cover art to be featured… Read More »