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  • Battlefront II Co-Op Review 

    Star Wars is on everyone’s mind right now. With the release of Episode VIII: The Last Jediand the Disney train going full speed ahead on the franchise, it’s difficult to not find someone talking about Star Wars. Two years after EA rebooted the Star Wars Battlefront franchise we’re now seeing a sequel hoping to bring the video game series forward. What happened though is a different story. There...
  • Wot I Think: Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds 

    I had done what I always do. That’s how I ended up on the southern coast of Erangel, as far as it was possible to be from the randomly placed circular safe area. My only hope of reaching safety was to find a vehicle. I’d just spotted one 20 yards ahead of me by the side of a road when another player, one of the hundred people fighting to be the sole survivor on this island, sprinted past me in...
  • Premature Evaluation: They Are Billions 

    Premature Evaluation is the weekly column in which we explore the wilds of early access. For the first foray of 2018, Fraser’s been trying to save humanity from hordes of peckish zombies and other undead beasties in survival RTS They Are Billions. It’s a classic New Year tradition from a simpler time. They Are Billions, at first glance, looks like it might have been the result of a night of vi...
  • FORM REVIEW 

    The Good:Thick atmosphere, natural use of room scale and hand interaction, and surreal visuals create an otherworldly experience that can be very immersive. The Bad:The story is mostly nonsense, and the gameplay is little more than a linear series of boilerplate puzzles. Virtual Reality has the unique ability to make the ordinary feel exotic – the experience itself is pretty psychedelic, tran...
  • You Can Get Dissidia Final Fantasy NT DLC By Buying Cup Noodles 

    Final Fantasy XV has received its share of unusual DLC items in the months following its launch, but perhaps the most bizarre was the infamous Cup Noodle hat, which could be acquired in Japan by purchasing a Nissin Cup Noodles pack and redeeming a code. (It was later released in other regions as a free download.) Square Enix is partnering with Nissin again for a similar promotion, this time for...
  • SPELLFORCE 3 

    PROS Great story, satisfying combat, solid campaign CONS Controls can be a bit wonky, weakish AI MORE PLEASE Spellforce: The Order of Dawn is one of those games that people have never really stopped playing. Out for well over a decade, it has been patched up a few times and its platinum edition is very playable despite an aging engine. Spellforce 2 did not reach the same heights but was a worth...
  • Let’s Play Resident Evil 7 Part 6 – Resident Kinevil 

    Now that Mary has dealt with Marguerite, it’s time to move on to Lucas, possibly the jerkiest jerk of any video game jerk. Ever. In the episode above, Mary Kish finds the Snake Key and makes her way into the attic, in search of Oliver and his decomposing body (not really, but Mary doesn’t know that yet). Mary also returns to the basement, finds a trap door, and runs into Grandma aga...
  • Call of Duty: WWII 

    Call of Duty’s long-awaited return to its World War II roots is not only a homecoming, but also a commemoration of the powerful bonds that form between brothers in arms. Yes, connecting with strangers through online matches and the Zombies mode isn’t unusual, but Call of Duty: WWII’s moving campaign also salutes the brotherhood that grows and strengthens on the battlefield. Mo...
  • Golf Story 

    Golf Story is a refreshing and unique role-playing experience that succeeds as a golf game and story. Spending quality time with dear old dad on the links as a child ends up being a passion that consumes your character 20 years later, so much so that he parts ways with his wife for one last shot at becoming a golf star. This surprisingly heavy narrative moment is the only part of Golf Story th...
  • GTA Online expands next week with Transform Races 

    Grand Theft Auto Online [official site] has been growing steadily for a good long while now, adding new missions and competitive mini-games since launch. Only fitting, then, that the multiplayer crime-o-thon is sustained by shameless and continued thievery, with the most recent update – Smugglers Run – adding a Battlegrounds-esque Battle Royale playmode with an up-armored vehicular spin. Previ...
  • Forza Motorsport 7 review 

    In Forza Motorsport 7, the familiarity of driving your favorite cars on beloved tracks goes hand in hand with the joys of discovery. It’s about owning sporty cars priced just out of reach in real life, whether that’s a Mazda RX-8 or an Infinity Q60. There’s exhilaration in taking those sweet rides down roads you’ve visited countless times and still finding something new ...
  • Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair 

    The Good:An intriguing new mystery and setting, filled with enjoyable, colorful characters and perplexing murders to solve. The Bad:Class Trials are still stuffed to the brim with long and often tedious minigames, skill-based and otherwise. Our Verdict:Danganronpa 2 is a sequel adhering to the motto, “Don’t change, just improve.” Some of the same problem areas are still present, but much ...
  • TOOTH AND TAIL REVIEW 

    Many developers have tried to hammer their real-time strategy games into forms that work well with a controller, but few attempts have led to something that could compete with those built around a mouse and keyboard. The latest, Pocketwatch Games’ Tooth and Tail, bucks this trend by not trying to be something it isn’t. It embraces the controller rather than treating it like an obstacle. A revol...