Monthly Archive: July 2015

Lost Dimension review for PS Vita, PS3

Take two Valkyria Chronicles and call me in the morning.

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New DOOM screens show off creepy Cacodemons, Cyberdemons and more

Bethesda and id Software sent over a nice selection of creepy new DOOM screens to coincide with last weekend’s QuakeCon event.

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Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Reckoning DLC wraps it up on August 4th

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare’s season of content is unfortunately drawing to a close starting on August 4th.

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Splatoon update includes new matchmaking modes, weapon types, gear, level cap

Nintendo is most certainly sticking to their guns and supporting Splatoon with plenty of free post-launch content and updates.

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WWE 2K16 gets Arnold Schwarzenegger as The Terminator as pre-order bonus

2K may be running out of ideas for WWE pre-order bonuses.

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Squares review for PS Vita

Squares doesn’t have a difficulty curve so much as it has a difficulty cliff.

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Odin Sphere Leifthrasir coming to all PlayStation platforms in North America

After confirming that the game was in development by Vanillaware, Atlus USA has officially announced that Odin Sphere Leifthrasir will be heading to North America

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Street Fighter V beta shuts down for “extended maintenance”

Were you were primed and ready to help beta test Street Fighter V on the PS4 last night? Capcom has a bit of bad news.

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Scrabble review for PS4, Xbox One

Ubisoft found a way to screw up Monopoly. Did they do the same with Scrabble? Read on to find out!

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Xbox Games Store Update – The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth, Q.U.B.E: Director’s Cut

Xbox owners get access to a trio of new releases today, including, finally, The Binding of Isaac, and the enhanced Q.U.B.E: Director’s Cut.

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Nintendo and Facebook are teaming up for a Super Mario Maker hackathon event

Facebook employees will spend some time designing levels with Super Mario Maker, and Nintendo will be documenting it.

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Game of Thrones “A Nest of Vipers” review for Xbox One, PS4, PC

As Game of Thrones enters its final stretch, House Forrester makes preparations for their final showdown with House Whitehill.

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Gears of War: Ultimate Edition strikes gold; pre-load and check out the opening cinematic

Check out the redone opening cinematic, a behind the scenes video, and see how to pre-order and pre-load the Xbox One release right now.

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Fallout Anthology launching for PC on September 29th

Five Fallout games and all of the additional content wrapped up in an explosive mini-nuke storage case for under $50.

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Rise of the Tomb Raider coming to PC and PS4 in 2016

Xbox consoles have a 1 year exclusive, but at least Square Enix has fessed up and confirmed that it is coming to other platforms.

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Nintendo Download Update – 3D Streets of Rage 2, The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth

One of the best 16-bit beat-em-ups ever created is getting the Sega 3D Classics treatment for the Nintendo 3DS today. But wait… there’s more.

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Whispering Willows review for PS Vita

A delightfully spooky horror adventure game makes its way over to PlayStation.

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