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  • Review- Tales from the Borderlands Ep 3: Catch a Ride

    Posted by amaranta on July 6, 2015 in Gaming

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     In this third episode, Fiona begins fulfilling her destiny as the crew finds a hidden Atlas facility to unearth the mystery that is the Gortys project Somehow, the hunt one for Borderlands’ vaults has never felt so exciting and mysterious as it does in Telltale Games’ Tales from the Borderlands. Despite the lack of shooting, […]






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  • Transform. Command. 

    Posted by amaranta on June 29, 2015 in Gaming

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    AirMech Arena has come to consoles, but how does it fare compared to its PC version? For a game that’s been around for three years (the PC version released in late 2012), Airmech Arena on PS4 and Xbox One doesn’t look or feel dated. Granted, for a game that’s part transforming robot action game and […]






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  • Review: The Witcher 3 Wild Hunt

    Posted by amaranta on June 22, 2015 in Gaming

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      CD Projekt Red’s latest RPG is both their most ambitious and most immersive yet   The Witcher 3 goes beyond merely trying to be better than its predecessor. With a supposed budget of $25 million (which stills pales in comparison to GTA V’s $250 million and Destiny’s $500 million), CDPR has set out with […]






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  • Gwent Club

    Posted by admin on June 15, 2015 in Gaming

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      The Witcher 3’s Gwent mini-game could be the best, most addictive distraction we’ve ever seen in a video game If you’re playing an RPG, chances are that there are several activities and mini-games that you’ll come across. It could something as simple as a game of dice, or something as complex as a Tennis […]






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  • The Dark Knight Returns

    Posted by admin on June 8, 2015 in Gaming

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    Rocksteady’s latest instalment in the Arkham series is almost upon us! Let’s see what we have to look forward to in Arkham Knight London based developers Rocksteady Studios surprised everyone with Batman: Akham Asylum. It was the best video game treatment of the franchise to date—with authentic voice acting, high intensity FreeFlow combat system and […]






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  • Flashback

    Posted by amaranta on June 1, 2015 in Gaming

    Classic Games from Archive.org

    Are you a fan of classic DOS games? If you are, Archive.org is the place for you If you’re a gamer who grew up in the 80s and 90s, DOS games would have been a part of your life for a large part of that period—at least until Windows 95 came along and ruined everything. […]






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  • God of War III comes to the PS4

    Posted by amaranta on May 22, 2015 in Gaming

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      Kratos will return to Sony’s current gen console in glorious 1080p/60fps In what seems to the be the dozen-th remaster release of a God of War title, Sony has confirmed that the game’s third instalment will be available for players in July 2015. Unlike previous editions which included bundles, it appears that Sony is […]






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  • First Look: Invisible, Inc.  

    Posted by amaranta on May 18, 2015 in Gaming

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    Invisible, Inc.is a turn-based espionage strategy title from the makers of Shank and Mark of the Ninja Are you a fan of X-Com? What about spy movies? If the answers to both those questions are “yes”, Invisible, Inc. is the game for you. It blends both of those universes seamlessly, and the end product is a smoothie that has been refined to perfection. It might be replacing the glamourous locales of a James Bond movie with office buildings in those locales, and super villains with evil corporations, but that doesn’t make the world of Invisible, Inc. any less interesting. Playing as a handler for several operatives with varying skills, it’s up to you to crack corporate security, avoid patrolling guards and steal stuff like information and valuable items. It’s also up to you to plan each mission, which could have multiple phases, requiring you to manage time and resources. The game features a comic book inspired art style, procedural generated levels, custom game modes as well as fully animated cut and voiceover. Invisible, Inc. is a product that was born out of more than several hundred hours of development work. Through Steam Early Access, the creators of the game were able to allow players to test it,give feedback and directly influence the contents of the final package. The game is presently out for PC, with a PS4 release expected in the near future.






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  • First Look: Project CARS

    Posted by amaranta on May 10, 2015 in Gaming

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    Will Project CARS displace Forza and Gran Turismo as the definitive racing simulator? You might be familiar with London based developer Slightly Mad Studios for the NFS Shift games.Shift was not commercially successful, didn’t manage to garner critical acclaim, nor did it get the attention of the niche player base it was targeting. Now, with […]






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  • Preview: The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

    Posted by amaranta on May 4, 2015 in Gaming

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    The epic conclusion to CD Projeckt RED’s Witcher trilogy arrives later this month Monster hunter Geralt of Rivia has been nice enough to take us along for an RPG ride unlike any other, and it would seem that this particular episode of his story will come to an end on May 19th. The Witcher games […]






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