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Nov
26
2014
Nov
26
2014

Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions Review

Brandishing the reinvigorated Sierra brand, which is a digital-only publisher under the umbrella of Activision, comes Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions. Lucid Games, (comprised of developers at the now-defunct Bizarre Creations, the development house that birthed the original Geometry Wars) is under some pressure to deliver a worthy successor, after a 6-year hiatus for the series. And on all fronts Lucid Games succeeds in doing that, even introducing a campaign of sorts, that gives level-to-level challenges beyond getting the highest score (even though you’re still doing that). “Retro Evolved” would be fitting for a subtitle here, more so than any game in the series’ history.

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Nov
21
2014
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19
2014
Nov
19
2014

JUJU is gorgeous, coming out December 9th and now on XBLA

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Flying Wild Hog has announced a new system and release date for JUJU, the upcoming platformer with a cooperative twist that makes it perfect for all skill-levels. JUJU will be available December 9 & 10 as a digital download on PlayStation 3 (PSN), PC (Steam), and now Xbox 360 (XBLA). …continue reading » JUJU is gorgeous, coming out December 9th and now on XBLA

Nov
19
2014
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14
2014
Nov
11
2014
Nov
11
2014

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Review

Sledgehammer Games’ first entry in the Call of Duty franchise is the freshest that the series has been in quite some time. It shows that even the every-other-year trade-off between Infinity Ward and Treyarch has caused some burnout. With a new pair of eyes looking at the series, many changes have been made – and all for the better.

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Nov
10
2014