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5 Pros and Cons of Titanfall 2

Titanfall 2, where parkour and giant mechs come together at last, is straight up fun. It’s not perfect, by any means, but it’s the first game in months that has me daydreaming about the next time I can fire it up. … Continue reading

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Battlefield 1 – A Farewell to Dubstep

Battlefield 1 takes on an entirely different theme compared to the previous couple of titles, but it’s still business as usual under the hood.

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I Hate That I Love You – Battlefield 4

An orange-red triangle lights up on my minimap; someone has spotted an enemy near me, and they’re headed my way. I change tack and ready my PDW, weapon trained on the corner. Sure enough, the enemy comes into view, and … Continue reading

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Need for Speed: Most Wanted [5 Minute Review]

Criterion’s Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit reboot was a worthy effort. It had the cars, the styling, and the slow-motion crashes that we’ve come to expect from the creators of Burnout. Most Wanted carries on the same play style with … Continue reading

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Medal of Honor: Warfighter [5 Minute Review]

EA has bitten off more than it could chew. The company’s strategy to take on Activision’s FPS beast and attempt to chip away at its market share was a highly ambitious one. Publishing two separate games and releasing them one … Continue reading

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Mass Effect 3 [5 Minute Review]

“Take Back Earth”, says the Mass Effect 3 tagline. Your incarnation of Shepard sighs, and gingerly massages the small of his/her back. By now your character has their fair share of white hairs and aching joints, and is a slipped … Continue reading

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Syndicate [5 Minute Review]

Starbreeze is experienced in delivering dark, futuristic experiences, and Syndicate is the latest offering from the Swedes, based on the 1993 strategy title. Pulling the viewpoint down from isometric to FPS level is, for the most part, a pretty enjoyable … Continue reading

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