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Halo Wars 2 Demo Now Available on Xbox One

Halo Wars 2 Demo Now Available on Xbox One 343 Industries’ Halo Wars 2, developed by The Creative Assembly (of Total War: Warhammer fame), is currently available for Xbox One and Windows 10. However, if you want to try the game out without buying it, then Microsoft has announced that the free demo is now available for Xbox One. The Windows 10 version...

Mass Effect Andromeda Reviews – Here’s When You Can Expect Them To Go Live

Mass Effect Andromeda Reviews – Here’s When You Can Expect Them To Go Live Mass Effect: Andromeda is launching worldwide in less than two weeks now, so it’s obvious that anticipation and hype are sky high. Before the game releases, what a lot of people will be looking forward to will be the reviews for the game so that they can get an idea of whether this much anticipated return to...

Dishonored 2 Will Have 9 GB Day One Patch on Xbox One and PS4

Dishonored 2 Will Have 9 GB Day One Patch on Xbox One and PS4 As is usually the case with high profile releases, Arkane Studios’ Dishonored 2 already has several copies floating about before its official release. Reports are thus coming in about the day one patch that users will have to download. A Reddit user noted how the patch was 9.1 GB to download on PS4. It’s also...

Ghost Recon: Wildlands Free Trial is Out Now For Xbox One, PC

Ghost Recon: Wildlands Free Trial is Out Now For Xbox One, PC Ubisoft’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands may have received average to good reviews when it launched, not to mention a very strong contingent of negativity against the game before release, but it’s sold pretty. In fact, the publisher proclaimed Wildlands as its biggest hit of the year thus far, which is no small achievement. Those...

Project CARS 2 Will Look ‘Significantly’ Better On Xbox One X Than It Does On PS4 Pro

Project CARS 2 Will Look ‘Significantly’ Better On Xbox One X Than It Does On PS4 Pro One pervasive question around Microsoft’s upcoming Xbox One X has been whether or not developers will indeed spend the time, money, or resources to tap into its significant hardware resources fully, given how its install base pales next to the PS4, Xbox One, and PS4 Pro. However, it seems like Slightly Mad...

Aaero Dev Surprised That His Game Sold More On Xbox One Than PS4, Microsoft More Approachable

Aaero Dev Surprised That His Game Sold More On Xbox One Than PS4, Microsoft More Approachable Aaero from developer Madfellows Games might not quite what you expect from a typical action title as it sees players zooming through hyper-stylized environments and using the energy in music. The game itself has just over 100 user reviews on Steam so it’s interesting to hear how it sold more on the Xbox One...

Hunted: The Demon’s Forge Review

Hunted: The Demon’s Forge Review Hunted: The Demon’s Forge is strongly positioned as a Gears of War/dungeon-crawling hybrid — it’s even explicitly referenced in the token press quote on the back of the box — and while I’d like to debunk it and say, “No, this is what it is,” the inspiration is far too...

Dungeons & Dragons: Daggerdale Review

Dungeons & Dragons: Daggerdale Review Dungeons & Dragons: Daggerdale marks the first console D&D experience since 2004, so it’s no surprise that longtime fans of the inimitable role-playing brand would be excited for a revival — especially in the form of a downloadable co-op hack-and-slash experience priced at just $15. But like...

L.A. Noire Review

L.A. Noire Review In another lifetime, L.A. Noire’s upstart Detective Cole Phelps would have gotten on well with cartoony Capcom criminal defense lawyer Phoenix Wright. The two do-gooders share a similar crime-solving methodology; investigation, interrogation, and intimidation are the watchwords here, and Phelps sees to his...

Brink Review

Brink Review For fans of Splash Damage’s lauded Enemy Territory franchise, Brink’s learning curve will be brief. For gamers unfamiliar with the dynamics of class-based first-person shooters, it will be steep — and some will likely retreat to Call of Duty’s cozy confines before getting over the hump....

Portal 2 Review

Portal 2 Review Given Portal’s meteoric rise to become one of the gems of the game world, a sequel was more-or-less inevitable, but questions and doubts lingered. Could Portal 2’s writers possibly top what many (including yours truly) consider to be one of the finest examples of modern game writing? Would it be another...

Mortal Kombat Review

Mortal Kombat Review Mahatma Gandhi once said “It is better to be violent, if there is violence in our hearts, than to put on the cloak of nonviolence to cover impotence.” It might as well be gore-hungry Mortal Kombat fans’ motto; anyone who craves a good bloodbath will certainly revel in the myriad ways that defeated...

Shift 2 Unleashed Review

Shift 2 Unleashed Review Poll professionals, from StarCraft experts to Formula 1 champions, and good money says they’ll tell a similar tale: Memorization and quick reflexes can only open the door, ability to maximize learned skills under the duress of competition is what makes or breaks a contender. For whatever reason, outside...

Crysis 2 Review

Crysis 2 Review I appreciate shooters that make me feel powerful. Yes, most games ultimately give you the control that you need to feel this way, but more often than not, that isn’t really the case. In the majority of shooters, the only powers your character has lay in their abilities to magically heal bullet wounds by...

Homefront Review

Homefront Review I really don’t want to trash Homefront. Whenever a genuinely bad game comes around, the natural impulse for many writers is unchain their inner critic — typically a once-annually event worthy of some note — and tear the wretched thing to shreds. Last year’s Rogue Warrior was one such game,...

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