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Apr
28
2016

HITMAN – Sapienza Review

Agent 47 is back in the second episode of HITMAN, and while there’s only one new location to visit, it’s one worth revisiting over and over with its branching pathways and multitude of avenues for achieving your goals. It’s a massive, sprawling level full of secrets and nuanced ways to achieve your objectives. HITMAN again proves that episodic is not only the way to go, but is a return to form for the series.

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Apr
27
2016

IS Defense Review

Destructive Creations is back with IS Defense, a game with satisfying gameplay and unyielding explosions that’s not as easy as it seems. This is also one of those games that could easily be translated to mobile or a VR game, it has many more applications than just being a PC game. IS Defense is a side-project and the developer’s statement about current affairs in the world today, and where things might be heading. Whether that comes to light or not, we’ve got this entertaining piece of quasi-fiction to kill with mind-numbing ease.

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Apr
21
2016

Corsair MM400 Mouse Mat Review

The usefulness of a “gaming mouse mat” is one that’s subjective. Some people are happy with the standard mouse pad that you can get from an Office Depot or Best Buy, others look for a sleek, slim, and smooth surface to provide the best accuracy when gaming. It’s the type of thing you didn’t know you needed until you start using it.

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Apr
21
2016

Corsair M65 Pro RGB Gaming Mouse Review

Corsair’s latest mouse is the third iteration on the M65, named the M65 Pro RGB. Aimed to be for pro gamers, and those who competitively play first-person shooters, is anything but. It’s a well-rounded mouse that caters well to FPS games, but ensures accuracy across all other types of games without impedance. This is easily the best mouse Corsair has ever designed and released, and is now one of the best mice I’ve used in years.

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Apr
19
2016

Fallout 4 – Wasteland Workshop Review

Wasteland Workshop is not a good piece of DLC or an otherwise worthy add-on for Fallout 4. If anything, it should be a free content update rather than something you pay for. Wasteland Workshop is dumb, and not in that cute, affectionate way. It’s a waste of a player’s time, even if you enjoy the settlement building aspects of Fallout 4. It does have redeeming values, but they are not enough for what you’re getting out of this add-on.

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Mar
31
2016

Slain! Review

Slain! from Wolf Brew Games is finally here, after many delays and challenges, this gorgeous retro-inspired hack ‘n’ slash brawler is here to spill blood. It unfortunately cuts itself on its own rough edges. This game was a Kickstarter success, but in its final form it has few redeeming values to save it from being anything but pleasing to the eye.

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Mar
30
2016

Fallout 4 – Automatron Review

Fallout 4 was Saving Content’s Game of the Year, and the first DLC content for the game, Automatron doesn’t quite deliver on its initial entry, but is a great excuse to return to the Commonwealth. It’s not as exciting or as transformative as I was hoping for, but it was the right length and the right amount of entertaining to play. Automatron does provide some new gameplay benefits that help this otherwise standard story arc become something meaningful.

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Mar
29
2016

Tom Clancy’s The Division Review

Ubisoft owns the rights to the Tom Clancy brand, and as such have been releasing games in his name that haven’t been based on books or needing his estate’s approval. This doesn’t mean the games that have been released have been bad, the recently released Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege proved that. With Tom Clancy’s The Division, it is set in a post-apocalyptic New York that’s been ravaged by a virus spread through money that’s plausible as a game, and an idea hatched from the mind of the late Tom Clancy himself.

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Mar
28
2016

ADR1FT Review

Adventure games have the ability to take you to foreign or otherwise alien places, and Three One Zero’s ADR1FT is exactly that, because there’s nothing more alien than space. ADR1FT is game one would call a walking simulator, but here it is more of a floating simulator. Having played ADR1FT, it has me considering owning an Oculus Rift. Though, without VR it feels like you’re observing the situation laid out before you rather than experiencing it first-hand. Often feel repetitive and lacking in exciting events, ADR1FT manages to be a visual splendor that must be seen in 2D or 3D.

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Mar
23
2016

KontrolFreek creates the first Collegiate eSports Scholarship Program

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KontrolFreek recently announced its groundbreaking 2016 Collegiate eSports Scholarship program. Created to help members of established, collegiate eSports teams continue their college education, KontrolFreek will distribute $20,000 in scholarships across ten (10) recipients for the 2016/2017 academic year.

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