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Remember Me Review

In the game “Remember Me” you play as memory hunter Nilin, the best that ever was that is until your own memory gets wiped out and are imprisoned. You start the game dazed and confused in a cell just moments after you’ve been memory wiped, you still remember your name…

ConnectiCon 2013: Zpocalypse

This year at ConnectiCon they separated the gaming and dealers room. The spaces were bigger and just easier to walk around in. I checked out the games they had and the new games that they were debuting this year at Connecticon. One of the new games making its debut at…

Astor Cos #2

After a long couple of month, the the second issue of Astor Cos is now available for purchase. The second issue features select edits of cosplayers and their amazing cosplays, interviews with J-Pop stars, Photographers, and even something different for everyone. You can pick up a digital or print copy…

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XCOM: Enemy Unknown: First Impressions

I’ve played 22 hours of XCOM so far, and it’s a tribute to the length and complexity of the game that I don’t know how far along I am. I reckon I’m far enough in to give some first impressions, if not a full review of the game. So –…

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Dishonored – Singleplayer Hands On

Dishonored is a stealth action adventure title, developed by Arkane Studios and published by Bethesda. I had a chance to play the title at the Eurogamer Expo in London this past weekend – here are my first impressions of the section of the game I got to play! From the…

Borderlands II: First Impressions

Borderlands II is a riveting game that seems an upgrade over its predecessor in almost every department. I’ve played up until level 12 on three characters so far, with my current favourite being the Commando. The classes in Borderlands 2 seem a lot more interesting than their predecessors: A gunzerker…

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Mass Effect 3: First Impressions

Mass Effect 3’s ending is bad, and Bioware should feel bad. That’s the sentiment on the internet these past few weeks since the game’s release, but it’s silly to condemn what has otherwise been a widely acclaimed game for a poor turn at the end. I’ve been playing the Mass…

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Star Wars: The Old Republic – First Impressions

MMORPGs are an utterly unique genre of videogame. Not in their actual mechanics, which are the logical combination of single player RPGs and multiplayer aspects, but in their Siren-like appeal to publishers. Many big franchises have gotten into the business, and all have been dashed upon the rocks of Blizzard’s…

Review: Gears of War 3

  Originally this review was going to start by explaining the Gears of War series leading up to the 3rd and latest game released. As popular as the series is and regardless of what console(s) you own everyone has heard of it; the idea was scrapped and decided just to…

Review: Crimson Alliance (XBLA)

Call me a sucker for dungeon crawlers but I picked up the “free to play” XBLA game Crimson Alliance. It isn’t all that free which I’ll explain later. After finishing Torchlight a while back I was eager to jump into something similar and this filled the gap…sort of. It has…