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Should You Build a Gaming PC Instead of Buying a Next-Gen Console? Editorials 161

Editorials 161 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 […]

Call of Duty: Ghosts Multiplayer Review – Next-Gen Update Reviews 79

Reviews 79 Having based my initial Call of Duty: Ghosts multiplayer review primarily on the Xbox 360 version of the game, I can tell you right now that I will certainly be bumping up the score for Call of Duty: Ghosts on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. But what exactly is different about an upgraded version […]

Killzone: Shadow Fall Multiplayer Review – A True Next-Gen Entry Title Reviews 45

Reviews 45 The latest iteration of Killzone in the relatively long running FPS, PlayStation-exclusive series has finally launched alongside Sony’s next-generation console, the PlayStation 4. Being a huge fan of the franchise, I was a bit cautious, despite liking what I have already seen so far. With fond memories of the multiplayer in Killzone 2, but a […]

The Art of Battlefield 4 – Book Review and Giveaway Reviews 24

Reviews 24 Along side the launch of Battlefield 4, the highly anticipated first-person shooter and fourth numbered entry in the long running Battlefield franchise from developers Digital Illusions CE, comes an inside look at the ideas, concepts and art from which the universe of Battlefield 4 was born. The Art of Battlefield 4 from Titan Books and […]

Battlefield 4 Multiplayer Review – Next-Gen Update Reviews 50

Reviews 50 My first words: “Ahh, Conquest, the way it was meant to be played.” Clearly, there are a number of improvements that the next-generation version of Battlefield 4 offers over its current-generation predecessor; almost three times the player count, larger map sizes, increased visual fidelity, and even peripheral functionality. But perhaps the most jolting of differences […]

What’s Wrong with Battlefield 4 Editorials 94

Editorials 94 I think it goes without saying that DICE have made a fantastic game in Battlefield 4.  At least, we thought so in our review.  Like every game these days, it has it’s fair share of bugs and issues, but overall, it’s a solid game with great potential, most of which was expertly realized.  Unfortunately, the […]

Turtle Beach Limited Edition Spectre Headset Review Reviews 14

Reviews 14 Another year, another iteration of Call of Duty, another line of headsets from a respected brand in conjunction with the most popular console video game on the planet. Following suit from previous years dating back to Modern Warfare 3, Turtle Beach and the teams at Activision and Infinity Ward got together to create a new […]

We Say Goodbye To The Current Generation of Gaming With Our Favorite Xbox 360 and PS3 Multiplayer Games News 55

News 55 It’s been an exciting decade for multiplayer gaming. While the idea of playing console games with complete strangers in other parts of the world may not have been realized until near the end of the original Xbox and PlayStation 2′s lifecycle, it wasn’t until Microsoft’s Xbox 360 and Sony’s PlayStation 3 hit the scene in […]

Call of Duty: Ghosts Multiplayer Review – A Step Forward Here, A Stumble Backward There Reviews 144

Reviews 144 We sit at a crucial period in gaming when Call of Duty, as a series, needs to not only rise above its fierce and aggressive competition, but also prove that it is still worthy of leading the online first-person shooter into the next-generation of gaming. 2013, going into 2014, is the year that the franchise needs […]

Battlefield 4 Multiplayer Review – A “Levolution” In FPS Gaming, Or Just Battlefield 3.5? Reviews 78

Reviews 78 Stockholm-based video game developers Digital Illusion Creative Entertainment must have known they were in for a bit of a tough time when they set out to follow up 2011′s Battlefield 3 with a direct and proper sequel, rather than a series of experimental spin-offs which the studio’s history indicated might have been the case. With […]

Wishing Call of Duty a Happy Tenth Birthday! Media 31

Media 31 Today marks a very special day for the guys and gals behind one of the most ground breaking series the gaming world has ever seen this generation. Today, Call of Duty celebrates it’s tenth birthday. And how fitting it is that the franchise’s seeds were first planted on October 29 back in the year 2003 by […]

The Last of Us: Abandoned Territoies Map Pack Review Reviews 5

Reviews 5 Let’s just get straight down to the point; if you liked the original maps, then you’re going to love these ones. I’ve said it before and I will say it again, Naughty Dog are amongst the most talented developers today and without sacrificing any aspects of the core experience, they have pushed the multiplayer for […]

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