1 Mar 2019
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Review: Dead or Alive 6

The Dead or Alive franchise of fighting games is a series that markets itself on two things: fast and aggressive fighting and a splash of sex appeal. Apparently, pitting sexy well-endowed women and buff chiseled men against each other in brutal fisticuffs is a winning formula.
1 Feb 2019
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Review: Resident Evil 2

Since its announcement in 2015, fans have eagerly been awaiting the remake of one of the most loved entries in the Resident Evil series, Resident Evil 2. The series has seen shifts in its gameplay over the years, from tank controls, to an over the shoulder view, to Resident Evil 7 making the move to
28 Jan 2019
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Review: Kingdom Hearts III

Since its release back in 2005, fans around the world have been eagerly pining for the long-awaited numbered sequel to Kingdom Hearts II. Multiple titles have been released since then on a variety of platforms, with the last being Kingdom Hearts: Dream Drop Distance on the Nintendo 3DS back in 2012 . In the seven-year
20 Jan 2019
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Review: Tales of Vesperia Definitive Edition

A Decade in the Making The Tales series of games have become a somewhat staple JRPG franchise here in the west. The past few entries in the series have reliably made their way across the Pacific within a few months of their Japanese releases, and the games have begun releasing on PC as well, opening
20 Dec 2018
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Review: We Happy Few

When I had the chance to sit down with Compulsion Games’ We Happy Few for the first time out at E3, I loved the witty humor and odd narrative that they had weaved together. I’ve recently sat down and run through the entirety of the full game and I say that my opinion hasn’t changed
10 Dec 2018
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Monster Hunter: World Receiving Expansion and The Witcher 3 Event

Today, Capcom announced that Monster Hunter: World will be receiving a new, massive DLC expansion in the form of Iceborne. The expansion, which arrives in Autumn of next year will feature new quest ranks, locations, monsters, moves and gear. Iceborne will also feature a brand new narrative which takes place following the story of Monster
20 Aug 2018
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Hardware Review: PowerA Enhanced Wired Controller for XBox One

Stay For the Third Party Third-party controllers have gotten such a stereotypically bad rap that it’s pretty much a meme nowadays. With official controllers for consoles often being quite expensive, though, it was pretty common for someone to own just one or two standard controllers, leaving their siblings, friends, or enemies with horrifying, yet affordable
21 Jul 2018
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Review: State of Decay 2

Back in May, Undead Labs released their follow up to the cult hit State of Decay, bringing with it a new multiplayer component that lets friends tackle the zombie apocalypse alongside their friends. Schedules were a little hectic at the time, but now that things have settled down, I’ve jumped back into State of Decay
22 Jun 2017
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E3 2017 Quick-Look: Project CARS 2

If there’s one thing that you can look forward to every E3, it’s the consistently awesome offerings of Bandai-Namco. This year was no different. Among their demos was a fantastic racing setup for Project CARS 2.
17 Jun 2016
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The Long Journey Home: E3 Impressions

Daedalic Entertainment continues its work on The Long Journey Home, an intriguing melding of space exploration and RPG, with elements of old-school interactive fiction and choose your own adventure games.  The premise is simple enough: in the distant future you are supposed to take short trip to Alpha Centauri and back, but on launch your jump drive
5 Feb 2016
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Review: Resident Evil 0 HD

Around this time last year, Resident Evil HD was released, reintroducing people to the story in the series that started it all… or so they thought. Resident Evil 0 tells the story of S.T.A.R.S Bravo Team member Rebecca Chambers and the journey that ultimately leads her to the mansion where the first Resident Evil takes place. The
9 Dec 2015
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Review: Just Cause 3

If It Ain’t Broke… Readers here may have guessed, either through the number of times I’ve written about rhythm games or through my current Twitter handle, that I am quite into music. I worked in college radio, independent radio, band promotion, and have played in a band as well. In fact, before joining up with GamerEscape
26 Oct 2015
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Review: Life is Strange

Back in January, DONTNOD and Square Enix released the first episode of Life is Strange into the world- which we really enjoyed. We gave the first episode a proper review, deciding to wait until the entirety of the season was released to give another. I did however list my thoughts after playing through each episode which
28 Jul 2015
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Hands on Impressions: Life is Strange Episode 4

As I dived into the penultimate episode of Life is Strange, I was reminded of how the narrative drove me to the very bizarre and jaw dropping ending from the previous episode. The episode starts off right away and for about twenty minutes you just feel absolutely terrible seeing the consequences of the actions that the
11 Jun 2015
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Review: Adventures of Pip

Adventures of Pip is a charming side scrolling platformer where you play as a single Pixel named Pip. Now, this isn’t Adventure on the Atari so as you progress in the game, Pip is granted the interested ability to evolve into an 8-bit or 32-bit character which largely serves to provide a bit of a
8 Apr 2015
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Deus Ex: Mankind Divided Announced

Well, after the strange “CantKillProgress” campaign on Twitch and some accidental leaks from news sites, Square Enix has finally officially unveiled what everyone already figured out was coming: the next game in the Deus Ex series. Entitled Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, the game will put players back in the shoes of Adam Jensen, protagonist of previous
31 Mar 2015
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Review: Resident Evil Revelations 2

The last main entry in the Resident Evil series wasn’t received very well. Resident Evil 6 was criticized for trying to pack too many stories into a single game. Before that however was the release of Resident Evil Revelations on the Nintendo 3DS which was surprisingly good given it’s handheld home. Years later, after the
10 Mar 2015
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A Look At DMC Definitive Edition

Capcom’s most recent entry in the Devil May Cry series, 2013’s DMC, comes to the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One with a Definitive Edition. This version of the game runs at a smooth 1080p at 60fps on both consoles, making the combos players can execute look better than ever. If you want to make things even
29 Oct 2014
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New Type-0 Trailer Shows the Darker Side of Final Fantasy

It’s been well-known for a while now: the “lost” Final Fantasy game, Final Fantasy Type-0, is finally coming to the West as an HD-upgraded version for the PS4 and XBox One. Earlier today, what looks to be the first English trailer for Type-0 was released, entitled “Enter the Fray.” The trailer gets right to the action, showing off the
11 Aug 2014
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Dead Island 2 to be Playable at Gamescom 2014

Deep Silver announced today that fans attending Gamescom in Cologne, Germany will get to enjoy the zombie blood spatters of Dead Island 2 with a playable demo at Deep Silver’s booth. The new hands-on experience pits the players against the zombie hordes in sunny Los Angeles – beaches, blue skies and the iconic Hollywood sign