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Dota 2 6.83 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] 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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[Game Preview] Wickland (PC)

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It’s been quite some time since arena FPSes have been relevant in the mainstream gaming world. Attempts to revive the genre through titles such as Shootmania Storm or migration of Quake Live onto Steam have not exactly proved successful in sparking interest in the genre when you look at popularity of titles such as Call of Duty or Counter-Strike. Mad …

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[Game Review] Far Cry 4 Review (PC)

In 360, PC, PS3, PS4, Reviews, Xbox One by Grant MikuriyaLeave a Comment

Another year, another triple-A title. While Ubisoft hasn’t treated the game like a cash cow like it has Assassin’s Creed, it has fallen prey to their cookie-cutter format of adventure games chock-full of unnecessary yet helpful side content. Fortunately, it has kept true to its main draw which is an FPS-meets-Survivorman gameplay, thankfully without having to drink your own piss.

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[Game Review] This War of Mine (PC)

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The war game has been a constant fixture in video games since the medium’s inception, and, as evidenced by the annual parade of military shooters we’ve been experiencing for the past half-decade or so, it’s clear that video games are a culture in love with the idea of war. When confronted with the realities of war however, games are all …

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[Game Review] Frozen Synapse Prime (PC)

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Developer Double Eleven and Mode 7 Games sequel to the award winning indie game Frozen Synapse, comes their latest iteration of the series, Frozen Synapse Prime. Compared to the first title, the developers completely reconstructed the sequel, incorporating new gameplay mechanics and art direction. Although the overall gameplay and modes are more accessible and extensive than the original title, I …

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[Game Review] Retro City Rampage DX (PC)

In 360, 3DS, PC, PS3, PS4, Reviews, Vita, Wii, Wii-U by Chris RamosLeave a Comment

Retro City Rampage DX is an enjoyable parody old-school action-adventure sandbox made by Vblank Entertainment. The game has a humorous charm of referencing a ton of pop culture entertainment that will make majority of players crack a smile. However, the charm it holds that gave it its unique feel eventually drags on and  drops the attraction one makes with the …

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[Game Review] Styx: Master of Shadows (PC)

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Styx: Master of Shadows is a prequel that takes place in the same universe as Cyanide Studio’s previous Of Orcs and Men, an action-RPG that put you in the shoes of an orc and goblin pair as they fight the oppressive Empire of Man. Unlike Of Orcs and Men, however, the only character you play here is Styx, which makes …

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