Category:  Previews

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By , July 28, 2014, @ 3:00 pm 13 Previews, PS, Xbox

Unfortunately, all good things must come to an end and Destiny’s Beta is no exception. Running from the 17th to the 28th of July on PS3 and PS4, the Destiny Beta sure has delivered some solid gameplay and lots of fun for… Read More »

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By , July 3, 2014, @ 3:00 pm 0 PC, Previews

Having been given the opportunity to preview an early access Steam title named Night Shift, I wasn’t quite sure what to expect. More terror? Zombies? Job simulator 2014: Night Shift Edition? Luckily for me, it was none of the above. What… Read More »

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By , April 22, 2014, @ 2:30 pm 3 PC, Previews

It was about six years ago that Turtle Rock Studios all but threw the multiplayer recipe, as we knew it, out of the window to introduce us to online co-op as we’ve never seen it before. What’s hard to comprehend… Read More »

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By , March 14, 2014, @ 2:00 pm 12 PC, Previews

Little specks of light fill your screen like a swarm of luminescent insects. Moving rapidly, you attempt to find gaps in the wave of bullets hurtling towards you, but your efforts are largely futile; it’s nigh-impossible to maneuver your way through this barrage of… Read More »

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By , March 3, 2014, @ 1:00 pm 58 Columns, PC, Previews

Much can be said about Diablo 3. It’s a game that was awarded high scores, despite major connection issues; it’s an error still referred to as that pesky error 37. After so many years of waiting, fans tore into the… Read More »

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By , February 24, 2014, @ 2:00 pm 97 Previews, PS

Now if you haven’t followed the story, or have forgotten what happened, here is a little refresher. (Spoilers if you didn’t finish the first game!) Castlevania: Lords of Shadows broke the 2D mould of the franchise, creating a game that… Read More »

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By , February 21, 2014, @ 2:00 pm 131 PC, Previews

Terraria surprised everybody by showing us that the Minecraft formula could work surprisingly well within the confines of a 2D platformer. Since then, we’ve been treated to the likes of Epic Inventor and Asteria, but now Starbound, with its RPG stylings… Read More »

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By , February 14, 2014, @ 5:00 pm 315 Previews, Xbox

I’m going to let out the white elephant in the room right now – I’ve never been an avid South Park fan. I’ve watched one or two episodes in the past, totally by chance mind you, but it’s never been… Read More »

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By , February 11, 2014, @ 3:00 pm 158 PC, Previews

Welcome to Elder Scrolls Online This weekend, I got to spend a lot of time running around and fighting with everyone. Then, once I had the files for the game and a working account, I spent a day and a… Read More »

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By , November 4, 2013, @ 12:00 pm 20 Previews

Countless FPS’s have thrown us into the following situation: a horde of rampaging enemies attack and your weapons quickly render them into gibs and red smears. Inspecting your surroundings, you realize that you’ve turned the room and corridors into a… Read More »

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By , October 18, 2013, @ 3:00 pm 43 PC, Previews

These days, indie gaming has become less and less about the underfunded minority and more about genre reinvention and/or reincarnation. And it’s that creative streak and disregard for established trends that has rooted indie gaming in popular gaming culture. Sure,… Read More »

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By , October 15, 2013, @ 12:00 pm 289 PC, Previews

The influence of H.P. Lovecraft in modern gaming is not to be taken lightly. Perhaps reaching its mainstream breakthrough with the original Quake series, the themes of dark gods, squid-headed entities and gloomy vaults have resurfaced again and again in… Read More »