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  • Bethesda and Ubisoft at E3

    Bethesda's brief but satisfying show on Sunday night was framed as a tour of a theme park called Bethesdaland.

  • EA at E3

    Another year, another E3 and a new massive set of video games are now in the forefront of community discussion.

  • Friday the 13th

    I was pretty skeptical when I first heard that Friday the 13th was getting a multiplayer-based survival horror game.

  • Overused Video Game Tropes

    The video game industry has come a long way.

  • Advance Wars

    Strategy games used to annoy me to the core when I was little.

  • Dark Souls on Steroids

    I never gave enough credit to Nioh. I merely relegated to the status of being a mere Dark Souls clone like the abysmal Ashes of the Fallen. When I got around to trying it, I was blown away.

  • A Time Capsule for Adventure Game Lovers

    If you're anything like me, you've grown up playing The Monkey Island series, Grim Fandango, Day of the Tentacle, The Broken ...

  • Why You Should Play - Rainbow Six Siege Now

    Rainbow Six Siege deserves your attention. The competitive multiplayer FPS has surprised critics by becoming one of the most-played titles even two years after release. In this article, we'll be looking at why R6 Siege is such a good title.

  • WHY I LEFT THE MASTER RACE

    My entry into the magical world of gaming was through a Pentium III computer back in 2001.

  • THE VR PROSPECTS OF THE NINTENDO SWITCH

    Nintendo has always sought to revolutionize gaming consoles as we know it. While Sony and Microsoft battle it out to deliver lucid...

  • IS THIS THE LAST GENERATION OF CONSOLES?

    On March 3, with the release of the Nintendo Switch, we ushered in the 9th generation of console gaming.

  • SHOULD YOU BUY THAT GAME?

    It is payday. You have some cash in your hand and you can't wait to spend some of it on something to play.

  • KING OF FIGHTERS - A LEGACY

    The 90s nostalgia kicks in the moment someone mentions Neo Geo to me. And the first game that comes to mind is one of the greatest button-smashers of all time, King of Fighters. KOF is SNK's ultimate love child and throughout the years, it has only gotten better.

  • The Legend of Zelda

    Nintendo's new console will be out tomorrow and there's a lot of excitement surrounding its release.

  • Stages of Playing The Sims

    Regardless of what you've done and do with the lives of your Sims, here're the stages that follow in each game.

  • Arguing Exclusivity

    Exclusives in the gaming industry refer to the release of a game in a particular console only. As it is becoming more and more common for consoles to reserve the rights to exclusivity, a conflicting topic arises; whether exclusives are a good practice or not.

  • The Hack & Slash Retrospective

    Among the various classes of video games, there is one gem that stands out – the hack and slash genre. In the wake of 3D gaming, polygons grew by the thousands as time progressed, and generations passed.

  • PLEASE NINTEN, DON'T

    I want to be honest about something before I begin. I'm a big fan of Nintendo. I grew up with Mario 64 and I was only eight years old when my buddies and I first finished it.

  • A quirky competitive multiplayer experience

    I have hardly ever played indie games, so more often than not when I am suggested an indie title, I tend to pass it or end up being

  • A bittersweet cricket experience

    Don Bradman Cricket 14 was as good as cricket games could get. Other than the lack of licensed content and the unrealistic visuals, it

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