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Should You Buy Video Games Day One?

The “Day One Mentality” is something that we can to do away with in the modern gaming industry. Consumers are constantly pressured by retailers and video game companies to pre order and purchase software day and date. Some of these video games we’re all rushing to get our hands on day one are unpolished broken…

Nintendo’s Rarest Amiibos Will Be Restocked

Nintendo is a gaming company known to have the inability to keep up with production and stock. Over the years, these issues have led to rarity among their products, leaving casual and hardcore fans behind. Nintendo is acknowledging their misdoings by getting back on track, according to a fresh tweet. Amiibo collectors are probably jumping for…

Campaigns Are Not Dead

The internet was in a frenzy over the weekend with franchises like Rainbow Six and Call of Duty focusing on multiplayer only games. Call of Duty: Black Ops III will include campaign on current generation consoles and PC, while last generation consoles are left in the dust. Is it worth being frightened? It’s always worth noting that different games appeal…

New Final Fantasy XV Videos Emerge

Final Fantasy XV is just another title that gamers have been eagerly anticipating for way too long. Square Enix uploaded two new videos today to reassure us the games are indeed in development and will ship to our doorsteps one day soon. In the meantime, take a look at the Dawn 2.0 trailer.     Square Enix…

Thoughts on D4: Dark Dreams Don’t Die

When I obtained an X-Box One last year, the first game I really wanted was D4: Dark Dream’s Don’t Die, the episodic series created by SWERY. I didn’t purchase it right away. Other games robbed me of my time. I eventually forgot about it. One day it was part of Microsoft’s Games with Gold program….

Legal PS One Emulation

This is short, but so sweet. Console Classics, a lesser known publisher, has managed to secure rights to an old school Playstation One game known as, N20: Nitrous Oxide. The game is made available to Steam users and currently priced at $4.99 with a 25% discount at the time of writing. This is great news…

The Arkham Bite – Arkham Knight Pulled from Steam

Arkham Knight, quite possibly contender for G O T Y , has been stripped off digital shelves. Steam reviews are mostly negative with thirty-three percent being positive. Complaints of poor optimization spread across the review section like plagues. Warner Brothers issued a statement that the game may re-release in digital form, months after the first…

E3 2015 Part 3 – Sony and the Story of the Multi Plats

For Part 1, Click Here For Part 2, Click Here I’ve really struggled with this one. I’ve had enough time to digest and have decided how I’ll write my third and final part of E3. E3 saw the first ever PC conference, which was hailed as splendid in terms of reveals, yet boring through and…

E3 2015 Part 1 – World Championship and Bethesda

Shia LaBeouf knew something we didn’t when he told us to make our dreams come true recently. E3 2015 is one for the books. By this point, if you haven’t kept up with dailies or haven’t seen the trailers, or just need a refresher, I’m here to help with a soft recap. Starting Sunday, Nintendo held…

E3 2015 – The Biggest Year Because…?

The Electronic Entertainment Expo, often dubbed “The Superbowl of Gaming.” It is Arguably the most important electronic trade show of the year. Can’t afford the sub-one-thousand-dollar exclusively inclusive ticket? No problem. Your favorite websites live blog conferences while the biggest companies live stream them for you. It’s a realm for the geekiest and most passionate…

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