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    Prey – Game of the Month

    Prey, Injustice 2, Star Trek: Bridge Crew, and Friday the 13th. The thing these games have in common is that they were all released in May and were the primary considerations for our Game of the Month. It proved more difficult to select a winner than we might have initially anticipated, not because of the […] 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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    Games to Play While Waiting for the Nintendo Switch

    The Nintendo Switch launch is only 6 weeks away. Let that sink in for a second. In just a month and a half, Nintendo will release their 7th home gaming console to the world. The console is set to launch on March 3 with four games (which is an abysmally low number for a launch). […] More

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    How Achieving Platinum Rank in Overwatch sucked me back into Competitive eSports

    Season 3 of the in-game competitive Overwatch ladder starts tomorrow and as I mentally prepare for the battles to come, I also reflect on how Overwatch has changed my life in just a few short months. Overwatch quickly became one of my all time favorite games. I tried Blizzard’s hero-based shooter for the first time on […] More

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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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    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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    Four Sided Fantasy: A puzzle game without borders

    Puzzle platformers are my bread and butter. I love the mix of problem solving and technical finger skills. Four Sided Fantasy heralds itself as being similar to puzzle game classics like Braid and Portal. It is apparent from the first level that these comparisons are justified. With such big shoes to fill, does Four Side […] More

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    God of War To Feature “More Diverse Emotional Palette”

    The God of War semi-reboot featured at Sony’s E3 conference featured noticeably more emotional notes than what the critically acclaimed mythology-influenced beat ’em up series has in the past, and according to a VentureBeat interview with God of War 4 director Cory Barlog, that is a very intentional and deliberate change. Though, according to Barlog, there was pushback […] More

  • Ratchet & Clank is the April Game of the Month

    Ratchet & Clank – Game of the Month

    April’s Game of the Month is a game no one asked for, but everyone’s talking about. It’s the fantastic game based on the lackluster movie based on the 14 year old game: Ratchet & Clank! Let’s get it out of the way: this game is pretty. Real pretty. It may very well be the best […] More

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