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Star Wars Battlefront II Review – Seeing Stars Reviews 0

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Let’s get this out of the way first: if you’re reading this review expecting us to just lambaste Star Wars Battlefront II due to the microtransactions controversy, then you’ll sadly be disappointed. While we do touch on that a bit, the review focuses more on the actual gameplay and how it fares (a game reviewer […]

Royole Moon Review – Portable Boob Tube Reviews 2

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While there are dozens — if not hundreds — of TVs, monitors and the like available in the market, the same can’t be said for personal virtual theaters. Not familiar with those? I don’t blame you. Think of it as giant private screens that can display whatever you’re playing, watching, streaming, and more. Enter the […]

Rocket League Review – Portable Mayhem (Nintendo Switch) Reviews 1

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Rocket League burst onto the scene in 2015 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC, and became an instant hit with its wacky premise of rocket-powered cars that played soccer (or football). Since release, Rocket League has made a name for itself for being a game that is both fun and casual, while also being […]

Call of Duty: WWII Review – Boots Meet Ground Reviews 0

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Note that with MP1st being a multiplayer-focused site, the major focus of the review is the multiplayer, though we do touch on the other modes and consider them in the overall score.  Call of Duty: WWII is the franchise’s venerable return to its boots-on-the-ground formula that has made it the biggest video game property since […]

Gran Turismo Sport Review – Pretty Lights Reviews 0

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It’s been four years since we got a proper Gran Turismo game (Gran Turismo 6 for the PS3), and after a few delays, Polyphony Digital’s first PlayStation 4 game, and the first PS4 Gran Turismo title, races out with Gran Turismo Sport. Booting the game up, you’ll be greeted by a “welcome gift” automobile that […]

Sumo Lounge Sultan Review – Big and Beautiful Bean Bag Chair Reviews 0

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When I game, I’m either at the PC sitting on a standard office chair from IKEA, or I’m playing on console, while relaxing on a bean bag. My bean bag of choice for the past couple of years has been a standard small one. It’s done its duty well enough, but I’ve been looking for […]

SCUF Impact Review – Double the Power, Double the Fun Reviews 0

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SCUF Gaming has continued to push the envelope when it comes to custom PlayStation 4 pads. This year’s evolution takes the form of the company’s flagship “SCUF Impact”, a controller that has gone through a cosmetic redesign to allow for more features to be added. Prior to the Impact, SCUF’s PS4 range only allowed for […]

HORI RAP V Hayabusa Review – Punched Out Reviews 0

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While fighting games can be played using a regular console controller, fighting game purists will argue that using a proper “fight stick” can’t be beat for pin-point precision when executing combos, special and ultra moves.  Thankfully, there’s a lot of choices for those who want an authentic arcade experience at home. One of these said […]

Thrustmaster T300 RS GT Edition Racing Wheel Review – Thrust and Go Reviews 1

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Gran Turismo Sport is only a few months from release but a few of its licensed accessories are already out in the market including the Thrustmaster T300 RS GT Edition, an updated and Gran Turismo-licensed version of the T300 RS that was originally released two years ago. Aside from the addition of Gran Turismo branding, […]

Madden NFL 18 Review – Not a Longshot Reviews 0

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When EA’s founder Trip Hawkins pitched the idea of an American Football game in 1984 to the legendary football pro John Madden, one of the only things demanded by the Hall of Famer was that the game is as realistic as possible. Four years later, what was known as John Madden Football at the time, […]

Scuf Impact & Scuf Infinity 4PS Pro – We Review Scuf Gaming’s Latest PlayStation 4 Controllers Reviews 5

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Now over three years into the current console generation, the PlayStation 4 has a larger presence than ever in the console eSports scene and has become the home of popular first-person shooter games like Call of Duty, Battlefield, and Destiny. So, it’s about time that gamers on Sony’s platform were introduced to a more serious eSports controller that could […]

Titanfall 2 Multiplayer Stands Tall Amongst Giants – Review Reviews 19

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It’s not very often a video game sequel surpass the original in nearly every category. While Titanfall 2 isn’t as groundbreaking as its predecessor at first glance, it easily improves upon all aspects and is one of the most impressive first-person shooters to release this generation. Respawn Entertainment is back again, now following up on its 2014 efforts […]

Battlefield 1 Multiplayer Review – DICE’s Gamble To Return To The Past Pays Off Reviews 19

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There’s no doubt about it. Today’s triple-A shooters are growing stale as developers more often than not rely on two periods of time to set their games in, be it the modern era or the future war. As of the mid-2000’s, whether it’s Call of Duty or Halo, if you’ve played one game, you’ve played […]

Overwatch Review – Blizzard’s New IP Delivers a Polished FPS Experience For Everyone Reviews 11

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It’s been 17 long years since Blizzard pumped out anything wasn’t related in some way to one of its big three IPs: Warcraft, StarCraft, and Diablo. Though all three will go down in history as some of gaming’s most iconic and beloved video game series ever, fans are now welcoming a new member to the Blizzard family. […]

Tom Clancy’s The Division – Review Reviews 5

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Ever wonder what you’d get if you mixed the writing of Tom Clancy with a loot-driven RPG-shooter that takes place in a lawless cityscape amidst a severe crisis? Tom Clancy’s The Division is just that: an RPG-driven military shooter from Massive Entertainment that tasks you with restoring order in mid-town Manhattan after a devastating event wipes out the majority of […]

Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare 2 – Multiplayer Review Reviews 6

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It’s been two years since the release of PopCap’s colorful and easy-going third-person shooter, Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare. While the spin-off was a commendable first entry into the world of shooters, it had a few short comings, including a lack of content outside of its multiplayer and Garden Ops modes. Despite that, Garden Warfare was the […]

Rainbow Six Siege Is A Diamond In The Rubble – Review Reviews 20

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There’s nothing quite like a Rainbow Six game. Rarely is an action-oriented first-person shooter rooted in real-world combat able to instill a genuine fear for your character’s safety and well-being. Whereas modern shooters throw you a bone with regenerating health, infinite respawns, or a checkpoint every few seconds, Rainbow Six has always managed to make dying a frightening ordeal. […]

Star Wars Battlefront Won’t Bring Balance To The Force, But It Looks Amazing – Review Reviews 32

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Battlefront is back. No, not the 2004 shooter from Pandemic Studios, but a fresh and modern take on one of Star Wars’ most beloved video game series, this time from the reputable studio that brought you shooters like Battlefield 3 and Battlefield 4. Through adverts, trailers, and gameplay reveals, the Stockholm-based studio has made its promise to deliver the […]

Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 Review – A Well-Rounded Shooter With A Lot To Offer Reviews 16

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Call of Duty developer Treyarch is ‘back in black,’ looking to repeat another resonating success with one of gaming’s most animated communities. In 2012, the Santa Monica-based studio surprised us with what was perhaps the boldest step forward for the series since the original Modern Warfare. Black Ops 2 not only brought Call of Duty to new heights, […]

Hands On With The SCUF Infinity1 Controller For Xbox One & Giveaway Contest Details Reviews 12

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Last year, we reviewed Scuf Gaming’s debut professional controller for the Xbox One, praising the SCUF One’s ability to improve aiming and movement capabilities in any first-person or third-person shooter while making the whole gaming experience a lot more comfortable on the hands. Since then, the company has made a number of upgrades to their Xbox One controller model, developing new […]

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