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Nov
29
2016
Nov
22
2016

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered Review

You cannot deny the impact that Infinity Ward had on first-person shooters and gaming as a whole in 2007. It’s been a good long while since I’ve played the campaign of Modern Warfare, and it surprisingly holds up even if the game is no longer considered *modern*, though the real-world landscape very much is. As it goes, “everything old is new again” which applies aptly with the release of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered.

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Nov
21
2016

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Review

This year’s Call of Duty isn’t the best it has been on modern consoles, that is a slot reserved for Sledgehammer’s Advanced Warfare. Most disappointing of this modern run of Call of Duty games has been with Treyarch’s Black Ops III. But Infinity Ward had a lot to live up when they released Ghosts. It was anything but stellar, but now Infinity Ward returns to reach for the stars with Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, which brings the series forward not only in gameplay, but presentation as well. It shows that the series can be more than we’re used to, and introduces systems and mechanics I can only hope get expanded upon.

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Nov
11
2016

Infinite Air with Mark McMorris Review

Infinite Air with Mark McMorris attempts to carve a path in the extreme sports genre, but falls terribly short. The graphical fidelity, open presentation, and style of control are all great ideas that logically should make for an equally great game. However, the final product just isn’t all the way there. Mark McMorris may not be a household name, and now after this game, will be the name you remember not for fondness, but rather for what it could be.

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Oct
27
2016
Sep
26
2016

Forza Horizon 3 for Windows 10 Review

Microsoft has a lot to prove to their audience for new PC releases. A lot of gaming bridges were burned with “Games for Windows”, and now Microsoft is pushing their “Play Anywhere” initiative. This one is hoping to re-invigorate the initiative where if you buy on Xbox One or PC, you own the game on both platforms. Now comes the time for one of the year’s most anticipated releases for either platform, Forza Horizon 3 to be put under the spotlight of examination on PC.

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Sep
23
2016

LucidSound LS30 Wireless Universal Gaming Headset Review

LucidSound is maybe a headset company that hasn’t come up in conversation when finding out “what’s a good gaming headset that doesn’t break the bank?”. LucidSound has released their LS30 earlier this year and more people should know about it. Though, the LucidSound LS30 Gaming Headset doesn’t even look like a gaming headset. Usually this is a sign of caution, but isn’t actually the case here. So where is the RGB lighting? Where is the accented colors? Oh, well that’s because LucidSound is a company that doesn’t settle for conventional. It may sound like PR-speak, but LucidSound has swerved around the garish headsets we’re used to, instead delivering on best-in-class audio and looks that will catch your eye, but not burn it.

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Sep
20
2016

Forza Horizon 3 Review

Forza Horizon 3 busts out of the gate in providing unparalleled freedom to explore, race, and customize. Forza Horizon 3 is the perfect game for people who maybe aren’t car aficionados, but is the type of game that could make them one. The party that is the Horizon Festival is one that rivals the hardcore that attend EDC in Las Vegas every year. The unmitigated fun found in Forza Horizon 3 is bereft of police, negativity, and an inability to slow down. You can lose yourself in Forza Horizon 3 for hours constantly saying “okay, one more race.”

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Sep
16
2016
Sep
15
2016