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Titanfall Burn Cards In-Depth – Hidden Effects, Abilities, and Deck Management Media 9

Media 9 As you know, there are a lot of Burn Cards in Titanfall, – 50, to be exact. Each grants a different ability, three of which can be equipped to bring with you into any given match. Once activated, you will only benefit from a card’s ability for the duration of one life, meaning that it’s […]

Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel! – Reveal Analysis And Speculation Editorials 9

Editorials 9 Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel! is arriving this Fall on the PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. It’s still a ways away, but for the attentive eye, Gearbox and 2K Australia have indirectly been hinting at some interesting information regarding the game throughout some of the various trailers and artwork that that we’ve seen so far. Though 2K Australia and […]

MP1st Reader Blog: How To Complete The Phantom Trainee Assignment in Battlefield 4 News 10

News 10 The MP1st reader blog is an open discussion lead by MP1st readers about the multiplayer titles and topics we cover. To learn how to have your voice heard, check out the Blog section on the MP1st Forums in the Multiplayer’s Lounge. To complete the Phantom Trainee assignment, you must be a Premium member for Battlefield 4. To […]

Call of Duty: Ghosts – Learn To Control FFA Spawns With This Handy Fan-Made Guide News 15

News 15 If lone wolf game modes like Free for All are you’re jam in Call of Duty: Ghosts, you’ll definitely want to check out this handy FFA guide by Reddit user True_Patrician. Map control can be difficult to achieve on your own when its every man or women for him or herself. But with the help of […]

Single Player Games That Might Benefit From Multiplayer – inFamous Editorials 16

Editorials 16 I’m not one to welcome too many alterations to my favorite single player titles. But while many single-player-games-turn-multiplayer have ended up as absolute garbage, I have been surprised by a few that have made the transition exceptionally well. I think Sucker Punch’s inFamous series could be one of them. Why it Might Make Sense While […]

Dark Souls 2 Review – A World of Beauty and Death, Allies and Enemies Reviews 22

Reviews 22 You thought death was the worst possible fate? Think again. Like previous installments, Dark Souls 2 focuses on a centralized world that has little to no narration. It’s shrouded in a mist of shadow, leaving players to freely explore its world. There is no one to hold your hands, no markers to tell you where […]

Are Triple-A Developers at the Final Checkpoint? Editorials 13

Editorials 13 There’s a wave of change sweeping the gaming landscape. Indie developers are quickly becoming the titans of the industry because they are giving gamers something more than sequels. While it might not mean triple-A developers are done for, the communities behind their games are gaining more control than ever before over the kinds of games […]

Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare Garden Variety DLC Review Reviews 8

Reviews 8 Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare is already dubbed one of the weirdest shooters out there. So how exactly is PopCap HD going top the experience with its latest DLC offering? It’s simple, actually: Launch new content for free. Upon downloading the parody-filled mandatory Garden Variety update, you’ll be greeted with a seriously overwhelming amount of new […]

Titanfall Review – Did The Hype Train Deliver? Reviews 114

Reviews 114 When studio heads Vince Zampella and Jason West left Infinity Ward with more than forty members of their distinguished team after a dispute with Call of Duty publisher Activision, there was one question on everyone’s mind: What’s coming next from the developers of arguably the most successful first-person shooter franchise in gaming history? That question […]

Will Titanfall Kill Call of Duty? Editorials 66

Editorials 66 For the second time in his career, video game developer Vince Zampella walks an unfavorable path potentially leading him to the figurative death of some of his most accomplished work – the death of Call of Duty. Now head of Respawn Entertainment, Zampella finds himself in a unique position that not many developers, if any […]

Final Fantasy XIV PS4 Beta Impressions – I’ll Take Some WoW With My FF Please News 11

News 11 Initially launched in September 2010, Final Fantasy XIV was rife with bugs and glitches, awful UI, an inadequate amount of quests, and an economic system that made trading and crafting wares an absolute nightmare. With the game universally panned by critics and gamers from all corners of the globe, Square Enix shut down servers in […]

Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare Review – Shooter Fans, Don’t Be Fooled Reviews 56

Reviews 56 Shooters are indeed getting weirder with the launch of PopCap Games’ Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare on the Xbox One and Xbox 360. Remember that old saying, ‘never judge a book by its cover’? This quote directly applies to Garden Warfare. It may look like a niche shooter that you should pass off due to […]

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