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    Rally the Troops, the Destiny 2 Trailer is Here

    After releasing a teaser on Tuesday, the much-anticipated reveal trailer for Destiny 2 was dropped today to much fanfare. Tuesday’s teaser, “Last Call”, featured Hunter Vanguard and fan-favorite Cayde-6 relating the story of how the Guardians of The Tower were attacked by surprise by The Cabal, and the subsequent near-destruction of the city. The reveal […] More

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    Trust Sircle Podcast Ep. 29: What makes a fun party game?

    We haven’t missed a week and we (hopefully) never will. We’re just trying out the whole bi-weekly thing. We missed you, but now that we’re back together, we’re celebrating with this week’s topic: What makes a fun party game? Supplemental Reading Why Nintendo is King of the Couch The Loss of Local Multiplayer Part 1: […] More

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    What Final Fantasy should learn from Breath of the Wild

    Final Fantasy and The Legend of Zelda are two of the most legendary franchises in gaming. Both have been the wellspring for not just one, but several classic titles that defined the industry for years. However, both series have experienced something of a downward trend over the past ten years for relatively similar reasons. Final […] More

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    Horizon Zero Dawn – Game of the Month

    It seems that video game developers have conspired to make 2017 one of the strangest kind of hells for gamers, the kind of hell where so many awesome things are happening that it is just physically or monetarily (and temporally?) impossible to get around to everything. Quality video games have been coming lightning fast out of […] More

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    What’s Miss-ink from the Splatoon 2 Global Testfire

    One of the biggest questions people have about Splatoon 2 on the Nintendo Switch is if there is enough new content compared to the original to merit a sequel. After getting down and squirty in the Splatoon 2 Global Testfire, I think we’ve been asking the wrong question entirely. The Splatoon 2 Global Testfire was […] More

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    How Breath of the Wild redefines the Zelda series

    In 1998, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time crafted the template that Zelda games would follow for almost twenty years. Though each game in the series has had its own flair, such as Wind Waker’s high seas adventure or Skyward Sword’s more linear progression, the series has stayed true to the formula laid down […] More

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    New Overwatch tank Orisa now available to play

    Overwatch released their latest hero Orisa on both PC and console on public servers today. Orisa is a centaurion mech designed to be an alternative choice for playing Reinhardt, the only other “anchor tank” in the game. In other words, she can take a lot of damage before dying and help inch her team forward […] More

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    Kinda Funny Co-Founder Leaves Channel

    Colin Moriarty, co-founder of popular Youtube gaming channel Kinda Funny, has announced that he’s left the group. The split comes after Moriarty drew ire for a Tweet he posted disparaging women on International Women’s Day. Ah. Peace and quiet.#ADayWithoutAWoman — Colin Moriarty (@notaxation) March 8, 2017 Moriarty then followed up the tweet criticizing those upset […] More

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    Trust Sircle Podcast Ep. 28: What’s the difference between Japanese RPGs and Western RPGs?

    There are guests galore on this riveting episode of Trust Sircle where we compare the differences between Japanese Role Playing Games and Western developed RPGs. Fan favorite Evan Maier-Zucchino returns to the show to reveal his inner fanboy. Matthew Charles, host of the Geek Stew Podcast and a former RPG localization specialist, lends his expertise […] More

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    Horizon Zero Dawn review: beauty in the apocalypse

    Horizon: Zero Dawn is a remarkable game. Developed by Guerilla Games, creators of the Killzone franchise, it represents the studio’s first foray into third-person action and open world games. For such a significant departure from Guerilla’s previous mode of operation, Horizon manages to be a surprisingly polished, inventive, and even moving experience with some of […] More

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