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Ultimate Gears of War 4 Xbox One S Bundle Announced for the Ultimate Fans

Written by (@LadyPwncess) on July 21, 2016 in News

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Last month at E3 Microsoft announced they were releasing an Xbox One S. We all knew this was coming at some point, it had to. When they said that the power supply was internal and it was 40% smaller than the bulky Xbox One, I knew I had to have one. So even though I… Read More »


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The Married Gamers Episode 364: Lost Kinection

Written by (@leftybrown) on May 31, 2015 in Married Gamers Podcast, Podcasts

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This week Chris and Kelly chat about why the Kinect still matters, emergency health problems and playing games when you can’t play games. All this and more on episode 364 on The Married Gamers podcast. You can find us at: The Married Gamers Twitch.tv Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest Youtube If you have a comment, send… Read More »


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4 Reasons Why I’m Excited for State of Decay: Year One Survival Edition

Written by (@robotmilk) on March 24, 2015 in Opinion, PAX South 2015

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There has been a whole slew of survival-horror games that have come out in the past year. The emerging genre has seen several successes such as the ubiquitous Day-Z or the feverishly-running-around-naked-on-an-island-looking-for-shelter-simulator Rust. These games have been generally PC-centric in nature, and we haven’t really seen this style of game on current consoles. Developers Undead Labs aims to fill that… Read More »


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Me and My Robot: One Year of Titanfall (With Gifs!)

Written by (@robotmilk) on March 13, 2015 in Features

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This week marks the one year anniversary of the release of Titanfall, Respawn Entertainment’s fast-paced, first person shooter. Highly considered the Xbox One’s “Killer App”, Titanfall was one of my top games of 2014, and will probably be one my favorite online shooters for years to come, even though  I haven’t played it since the summer ( I have… Read More »


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GDC 2015: Microsoft Announces Gigantic for Xbox One and Windows 10

Written by (@robotmilk) on March 4, 2015 in News

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During Microsoft’s Games Developer Conference presentation, Head of Xbox  Phil Spencer announced the console debut of Seattle-based Motiga Games’ upcoming free-to-play competitive action game, Gigantic. Below is the reveal trailer: Gigantic is an arena style team-based action game, similar to titles like Team Fortress Two or DOTA 2. Blending several genres together, Gigantic pits two teams of five against each other, each with five-story… Read More »


Review: Roundabout

Written by on March 2, 2015 in

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There is a sort of comedic tragedy when watching low-budget films. Badly written dialogue becomes countless inside jokes between friends, laughing at the hilarious sets, or the plot (or lack thereof) becomes a involved, philosophical discussion about the formulas of filmmaking. The fim has a new appeal, which comes in sharing it the experience in… Read More »


Review: The Escapists

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For anyone who has ever harbored fantasies of committing crimes, getting caught, and then planning elaborate schemes to escape, Team 17’s The Escapists is the game you’ve been looking for. The Escapists is all about strategy, planning, and intelligence; you can’t act rashly and expect to still escape. The guards keep an eye on you, so you’re… Read More »


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PAX South 2015: Interview with Aaron Trites From Harmonix, talks the future of Rock Band, Amplitude, and more!

Written by (@robotmilk) on January 28, 2015 in News, PAX South 2015

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During PAX South 2015 in San Antonio, Texas, our own Executive Editor Chris Brown had a impromptu interview with Aaron Trites Manager of Community Development at Harmonix, to talk about the inaugural PAX South, Amplitude, and of course, the future of Rock Band. Click below to check out the lengthy but informative interview.


Review: Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare

Written by on November 14, 2014 in

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After last year’s Call of Duty: Ghosts, it was starting to look like the bloom was off the rose for the much loved franchise. Despite its continued popularity, COD: Ghosts delivered an anemic story coupled with the familiar multiplayer that offered very little in way of excitement. When Activision announced Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare,… Read More »


Review: Dance Central Spotlight

Written by on September 8, 2014 in

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Harmonix just released Dance Central Spotlight on the Xbox One. It is a download only title and will set you back just $9.99. For this price the player is going to get 10 songs in the core game. As always with the Harmonix games, there is a chance to purchase other songs for download. Those… Read More »