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God Eater 3 Announcement Trailer

on Sun, Oct 8, 2017 | By Tow

Bandai Namco has officially revealed the third entry to the God Eater series. The trailer shows off one-on-one battles with intimidating monsters called Aragami and slick visuals resembling Bandai’s new IP, Code Vein. Bandai Namco Entertainment America has also announced that God Eater 3 will be localized, though there...

Junglers May Be a Dying Breed in Dota 2

on Sat, Oct 7, 2017 | By Murphy Wales

By now, most Dota 2 players have realized that the laning phase has become the most crucial part of the game. The value of the lane creeps has increased in both gold and experience, support heroes have become stronger, and they can transition into semi-carries for late game. Carry heroes have to not only become strong...

Emmaline Rambles: Mobile vs. 3DS

on Sat, Oct 7, 2017 | By Emmaline Shettel

As we all know, mobile platforms and the Nintendo 3DS are both on-the-go devices. They each offer games, and, at first glance, 3DS is most likely better for gaming due to it being a dedicated game device. However, there are pros and cons to each. Expenses: Both can be expensive depending on extraneous factors like a cell...

Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds Early Access Review

on Thu, Oct 5, 2017 | By John Morano

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, more commonly known as PUBG or Battlegrounds, belongs to an emerging sub-genre of video games referred to as battle royale. PUBG isn’t even the first major hit in this sub-genre. Recently H1Z1: King of the Hill was surprising many with its Twitch and Steam popularity, yet PUBG has eclipsed...

Score: 9

The Compendium Should Become Standard

on Thu, Oct 5, 2017 | By Murphy Wales

I don’t know about you, but I hate it when a compendium ends. After playing with a number of fun features that enhance my experience, the game feels somewhat naked. While I understand the intention is to create value for the compendiums, I can’t help but feel that some of the features should be implemented...

Why You Need to Play Butterfly Soup

on Thu, Oct 5, 2017 | By Tow

For all the money big-time publishers pump into their triple-A games, the final product often comes out lacking what indie titles have in spades. There’s a simple charm to games made dutifully and lovingly by one-person teams or small studios, and it shows. What they lack in budget and polish is made up for with heart...

Why Any Nintendogs Game Is Good

on Tue, Oct 3, 2017 | By Emmaline Shettel

Being born in 1999, Nintendogs‘ 2005 release made it a great childhood game for me. There were many pet simulation games, such as Dogz for the Game Boy Advance and Purr Pals for the Nintendo DS; however, these games do not compare to the powerful Nintendogs. The speaking feature, where the player had to use the...

Stardew Valley Headed to Switch This Week

on Tue, Oct 3, 2017 | By Simon Smith

After months of waiting, Chucklefish Games has finally confirmed an official release date for Stardew Valley on Nintendo Switch. Stardew Valley will bring farming fun to the Switch October 5 in North America. Nintendo of Europe confirmed that the game will arrive the same day in Europe. As for pricing, the U.K. Switch...

Samurai Riot Review

on Tue, Oct 3, 2017 | By DougiePowell

Samurai Riot is a new beat-‘em-up style arcade game developed for PC by Wako Factory. Arcade style games have a special place in my heart, as it’s one of the earliest forms of gaming, and I may hold standards too high for arcade style games. It isn’t easy to find a genuinely good beat-‘em-up arcade game these days,...

Score: 6