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Dota 2 6.83 Game-Changing Patch Analysis

In eSports, News, PC by Ian WilliamsLeave a Comment

Early Thursday afternoon the new Dota 2 patch went live on the main client. The patch delivers a mild amount of changes to gameplay mechanics and a pretty lengthy list of balance changes. I’ll highlight the ones I think are the most interesting or the ones I think will have an impact. The actual patch notes can be found HERE. Let’s …

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Assassin’s Creed Unity Patch Goes From 6.7 GB to 40 GB

In News, PC, PS4, Xbox One by Chris RamosLeave a Comment

Ubisoft has released another update to fix current issues for Assassin’s Creed Unity  for both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. However the latest patch seems to be a lot more bigger than advertised, Xbox One users experience their 6.7 GB patch mutate into a massive 40 GB update. Ubisoft has acknowledged the giant patch and mentioned the reason the patch jumped …

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[Game Review] Craft The World (PC)

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Craft the World joins Minecraft and Terraria as the latest entry in the sandbox building genre that has become so popular lately. The open-endedness of such games seem to draw in a particular crowd, but as more and more of these games come out it’s harder for any one to stand out from the rest. Craft the World, however, manages to add some interesting mechanics …

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[Game Review] QP Shooting – Dangerous!! (PC)

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Many genres have seen their genesis on the island nation of Japan, but few can match the chaos of the bullet hell shooter. If you’re unfamiliar with the genre, they are basically old school shmups on steroids. The Japanese term, “Danmaku,” translates to “bullet curtain” due to the sheer amount of bullets that can be on-screen at once. They’re actually …

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[Game Review] Guilty Gear Xrd -SIGN- (PS3)

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This game took so long I almost didn’t think it would happen. After Guilty Gear XX Accent Core, I almost didn’t think I’d ever get my hands on another Guilty Gear with all the other fighting games that Arc System Works has been putting out. Now that it’s out, I couldn’t be more excited, though with the direction that fighting …

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[Game Review] Instant Dungeon! (PC)

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Instant Dungeon is a single-player 2D dungeon exploration game made by With The Love Studios. The game does not really have much of a story other than just simply wandering around dungeons and escaping. It’s simple as that but can definitely test one’s patience on how far they can keep playing the game.

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[Friday Five] Favorite Announcements from The Game Awards

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So The Game Awards kind of came out of left field for a lot of people (me especially), but hey, awards are awards, and I personally love to see my own opinions on games validated by panels of esteemed judges. What The Game Awards also provided was a platform for companies to announce stuff on their newest and upcoming titles. …

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Pokemon Sells Almost 1.5 Million Units in First 10 Days in the U.S.

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With the holiday season in place, many Nintendo 3Ds units were sold throughout November including with highly anticipated titles, Pokémon Omega Ruby and Pokémon Alpha Sapphire. Having launched in November 21, both titles have sold nearly 1.5 million copies combined in physical and digital units in the U.S. Nintendo has also announced November as a great month for sales for the Wii U, with …

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