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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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

5 Things That Made Halo 2 So Iconic Editorials 43

Editorials 43 It’s been nearly a decade since Halo 2 graced the first generation Xbox, and while the popularity of the series has died down a bit, Halo still retains a large and passionate fanbase. So its no surprise hearing such a vocal backlash for Halo 4 upon its release. Every new title in a well-established series […]

Insurgency – An Early Access Success Story Editorials 27

Editorials 27 Insurgency has come a long way since its days as a mod and in full release, I’m happy to say it’s easily one of my favorite first-person shooter games to date.  But a big part of what makes it great is that it’s not familiar, it’s hard, and above all, it’s a fresh experience that […]

Are Open-World Survival Games the Next Big Thing? Editorials 36

Editorials 36 There’s a storm of new games coming to market this year promising to recreate life in a massive multiplayer online fantasy world. With such high ambition, gamers around are craving and anticipating a new generation of games to play and Open World Survival MMOs look to be those games. But how confident can we be […]

Why Free-to-Play is a Toxic Strategy Editorials 20

Editorials 20 Almost every Free-to-Play game I’ve ever picked up has managed to disappoint me.  Whether it’s League of Legends, No Room Left In Hell, Firefall, or Blacklight: Retribution, I’ve always come out of my experience with F2P games feeling like so much more could have been done if they instead launched with a tried and true […]

Top 5 Myths of PC Gaming Debunked Editorials 137

Editorials 137 PC gaming can be a scary thing for some. Whether it’s finding parts and building your own rig or diving into entirely new social experiences, things may seem a little intimidating …at first.  But I’m here to tell you that it isn’t all that bad, especially considering the sort of technology that’s available today and […]

3 Ways Natural Selection 2 Enforces Teamwork In a Modern FPS Editorials 9

Editorials 9 My biggest complaint about most multiplayer games isn’t bugs or lag, it’s the players. The fact that there are memes devoted to players not dropping ammo or med kits in Battlefield 4 just goes to show how toxic popularity can be for multiplayer games.  Look at the Battlefield, Call of Duty, or League of Legends […]

Why You Shouldn’t Buy a Gaming Headset Editorials 50

Editorials 50 The bottom line, if you want to stop reading here, is don’t buy a gaming headset unless you want an all-in-one package and are willing to sacrifice audio/build quality to get it. Because of how much time I spend using headphones and recording audio, I feel as though I’m somewhat of a novice authority on audio equipment. […]

Should You Build a Gaming PC Instead of Buying a Next-Gen Console? Editorials 159

Editorials 159 Let’s face it, it’s the holiday season, there are new consoles out, and you’re probably itching to get your hands on something new and shiny to play the latest games with.  Thankfully, you have more options than ever before. Console or PC? It used to be that if you wanted a high-quality gaming experience, you […]

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