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's RPG Podcast is Shocked Final Fantasy XV is Actually Coming Out (Probably)

Posted 09/07 04:02 in Hardware | 0comments

's RPG Podcast is Shocked Final Fantasy XV is Actually Coming Out (Probably)

In this week's episode of Axe of the Blood God (download link here), Nadia and I discuss Final Fantasy XV finally having a release date, the tie-in Brotherhood anime, and the Platinum Demo.Final Fantasy XV has been in development in one way or another for a decade now, so it's strange to see it getting an actual release date.

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A Lot of People Are Downloading Miitomo, But More Importantly, They're Using it Often

Posted 09/11 19:56 in Hardware | 0comments

A Lot of People Are Downloading Miitomo, But More Importantly, They're Using it Often

It's been over half a month since Nintendo's social app, Miitomo, went live in Japan, and it's been nearly a week since it launched worldwide.Outside of Japan, Miitomo is doing well in France and Germany, and is gaining ground in the United States, Australia, and the UK.

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Element Xbox One Preview: Super-Fast Realtime Strategy

Posted 09/20 16:46 in Hardware | 0comments

Element Xbox One Preview: Super-Fast Realtime Strategy

However, Element promises something that is easy to pick up and play, and as I sit down to sample a demo of the Xbox One version, I'm all ears.I'm advised to set up a base to get started, and then create a mining operation to begin generating resources.

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Community Question: What's Your Favorite Platform Game?

Posted 09/29 14:28 in Hardware | 0comments

 Community Question: What's Your Favorite Platform Game?

This week we're focusing our community question on one of the oldest genres in gaming - platformers.It's incredibly simple in concept, but highly addictive as you work your way through the game's 100 levels.

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The Year of VR is Upon Us, But It's Still Early Days for the Games

Posted 10/15 15:52 in Hardware | 0comments

The Year of VR is Upon Us, But It's Still Early Days for the Games

It's official: The Year of VR is upon us, whether we want it or not.And yet, it still feels like early days for the tech.

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Logitech G810 Orion Spectrum Review: No Nonsense, Just Keyboard

Posted 10/19 04:49 in Hardware | 0comments

Logitech G810 Orion Spectrum Review: No Nonsense, Just Keyboard

This year, Logitech went back to the drawing board and came up with this: the G810 Orion Spectrum.So it's been a few weeks of me and the Logitech G810 as working partners.

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The Hype Dissected: What VR Really Means For Gaming

Posted 12/19 04:23 in Hardware | 0comments

The Hype Dissected: What VR Really Means For Gaming

And yet, I can't think of many instances where I've encountered a technology as divisive as VR.But even among gamers - the most enthusiastic of early adopters in most cases - the potential of VR gaming has been a point of heated debate; and not just among fans, but developers as well.

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"I Consider Myself Crucial to the Success of that Company": Jack McCauley Recalls the Early Days of Oculus and Looks to the Future

Posted 02/01 19:31 in Hardware | 0comments

"I Consider Myself Crucial to the Success of that Company": Jack McCauley Recalls the Early Days of Oculus and Looks to the Future

I think they were using Brendan's apartment a little, but we filmed the Kickstarter video here.I told Brendan very early on, "Brendan, Sony's going to get on this thing, they're going to do this, and they're going to kick your ass, they're going to kick our asses.

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Guest Column: A Fat Kid Now Has Virtual Reality

Posted 12/07 20:29 in Reviews | 0comments

Guest Column: A Fat Kid Now Has Virtual Reality

That was basically the thesis: I've always hated life, and pop culture tricked me into thinking virtual reality would solve everything.My honest hope--besides virtual reality porn not being a fucking nightmare--is that the games follow the excitement.

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Ghost Town Games' Top 10 Games of 2016

Posted 12/27 02:08 in Reviews | 0comments

Ghost Town Games' Top 10 Games of 2016

Oli De-Vine and Phil Duncan are the cofounders of Ghost Town Games, the two-person studio behind co-operative cook 'em up Overcooked.Prior to starting Ghost Town Games they worked at Frontier Developments in Cambridge, UK.

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Mike Drucker's Top 10 Games of 2016

Posted 12/28 10:27 in Reviews | 0comments

Mike Drucker's Top 10 Games of 2016

A good third of my list are games I didn't expect to even like that much.You'd buy it when it came out, hate it, remember you're not a kid anymore, and then give up halfway through.

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Vinny Caravella's Top 10 Games of 2016

Posted 12/28 10:27 in Reviews | 0comments

Vinny Caravella's Top 10 Games of 2016

I'm a fan of the Uncharted series.Now, I'm not saying it's the first game to do all these things.

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The Bakalar Family's Top 10 Games to Watch and Play of 2016

Posted 12/29 11:51 in Reviews | 0comments

The Bakalar Family's Top 10 Games to Watch and Play of 2016

So to celebrate Stacie, here are her favorite games that she's watched me play, or stolen the controller and played herself.I loved that game for reasons shared here, but Stacie liked it for its "adorable depiction of a boy and his dragon-dog-bird.

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Jeff Gerstmann's Top 10 Games of 2016

Posted 12/31 14:34 in Reviews | 0comments

Jeff Gerstmann's Top 10 Games of 2016

What used to feel like a divide between "big games" and "small games" now feels a lot closer to a game for every moment, every feeling, and every attitude.For a minute I thought that my Top 10 list was going to have both Superhot games on it.

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Alex Navarro's Top 11 Games of 2016

Posted 12/31 14:35 in Reviews | 0comments

Alex Navarro's Top 11 Games of 2016

Having a pet in a video game is rarely much like having a pet in real life.It's one of those games I found myself coming back to in fits and starts throughout the year.

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