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    Dishonored 2 Review: A Personal Affair

    In 2012 the first Dishonored was a gust of fresh air that swept unexpectedly through the game industry. During a time of heavily iterated franchises and bombastic action games, Arkane Studios’ new stealth-action IP emphasized a methodical and slow approach, granting players flexibility and choice in how they completed each challenge. The gameplay allows for […] More

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    Rhythm of the Fight: My dance with the new Doom

    The original Doom, developed by id Software more than two decades ago, has always stuck with me as the definitive example of how a first-person shooter can be constructed and paced. I can vividly remember playing the first few levels with a friend, and though in hindsight playing with a touch-pad was probably not the […] More

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    No Man’s Sky under investigation for false advertising

    It has been a rough couple of months for No Man’s Sky, one of the most anticipated game releases of this year. Despite strong sales, the game came under fire from the community for not delivering the experience that was advertised. This sentiment is coming to a head now as the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA), after […] More

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    No Man’s Sky – Game of the Month

    August’s game of the month is perhaps the perfect example to illustrate the purpose of this monthly feature. Our monthly picks are not chosen primarily for their quality, or even our enjoyment of them. Instead, the TSG staff chooses games for their importance to the industry, relevance outside video game circles, and their ability to […] More

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    A new age of games at the E3 2016 PC Gaming Showcase

    Hosted by PCGamer.com and AMD, the PC Gaming Showcase at E3 is quickly becoming a mainstay at the conference, highlighting some of the best of what’s coming to the seemingly boundless PC gaming landscape. Today’s showcase, peppered throughout with a few misguided but well-meaning attempts at humor and pandering to PC gamers, was admirably hosted […] More

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    Michael’s Mothballs – Backyard Baseball

    When it comes to sports games, your options are limited. EA Sports consistently puts out yearly releases of FIFA and Madden, while 2K pumps out the basketball game. When it comes to other sports, Hockey, UFC, Golf, the pickings are slim but available. However, the options for baseball, America’s beloved pastime sport, are even slimmer. […] More

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    First Footage of the Knights of the Old Republic: Apeiron Remaster Revealed

    The first footage for the Unreal Engine 4 remaster of Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic hit the internet. Indie game development team Poem Studios released pre-alpha gameplay footage for KotOR: Apeiron on March 3, showing off the redesigned versions of Taris, Tatooine, and the Endar Spire. Along with the updated graphics, Apeiron will […] More

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    Michael’s Guestballs – Jet Set Radio

    A while back we wrote about Sega’s release of several classic games for free on Steam. Of course I, as any enterprising yet flat broke gamer would do, jumped on the prospect of getting my hands on pieces of gaming history for literally nothing. After puzzling over what the Hell Yeah series entailed I instead switched […] More

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    Rocket League Is Getting A Basketball Mode

    Rocket League, the hit indie multiplayer game from Psyonix and spiritual descendent of Halo’s Grifball, will add a basketball mode according to the official Rocket League Twitter account. March Madness is just around the corner. Great time to tease the mode we're working on next #RocketLeagueHoops pic.twitter.com/rrlEnnFhby — Rocket League (@RocketLeague) March 11, 2016 No […] More

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    Street Fighter V Inputs Rage Quitter Retribution

    Capcom released a statement recently saying that this upcoming week will be the beginning of rage quitter retribution in Street Fighter V. In other words, Capcom took note of community complaints about players disconnecting to retain their League Points and win streaks. That’s something that can easily destroy any joy in a competitive community and […] More

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    Capcom Handles Street Fighter V Bugs

    You’ve probably heard about the host of launch issues that Street Fighter V is facing, if you haven’t experienced them for yourself yet. Well, good news, Capcom finally announced that their team has tackled the issues. They have stated that login and intermittent connectivity issues should occur less often. Matchmaking issues should also be completely […] More

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