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    The Loss of Local Multiplayer Part 1: The Myth of Progress

    When did Deathmatch, the king of multiplayer modes, retreat into online servers? When did playing a game cooperatively shift to speaking through a microphone and sitting in two different houses? Gone are the days of the intimate split screen competition, replaced by the large-scale online battleground. The gaming landscape has changed and it seems as […] More

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    2 new Xbox systems revealed during Microsoft Press Conference at E3 2016

    Although E3 has started their press conference shenanigans on Sunday the last two years, everyone knows that E3 doesn’t truly start until Monday morning when Microsoft has their briefing. Microsoft had many excellent hardware and software announcements and we have the breakdown for you right here. XBOX ONE S Microsoft announced a skinnier skew of their […] More

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    Microsoft Cancels Fable Legends

    Sorry, Xbox owners, apparently Microsoft is closing the door on Lionhead Studios and thus terminating Fable Legends along with it. This is a sad day indeed as the Fable series has been a fan favorite among Xbox exclusives. Considering a lot of people have been patiently waiting for Fable Legends since it began development in […] More

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    Tom Clancy’s The Division holds Open Beta Feb. 18

    Ubisoft has recently announced that its Open Beta for Tom Clancy’s The Division will begin on February 18th. Just to be clear, the Xbox One beta will start Feb. 18, but PS4 and PC players will have to wait until the 19th to join the fray. Nonetheless, anyone can preload the beta on Feb. 16 and […] More

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    Rise of Fallout, Fall of Tomb Raider

    The Holiday Season is always a big time for video games, with several of the AAA titles being released, including the yearly installments, as well as numerous amounts of third party and indie games. The biggest headliners for 2015 included Star Wars Battlefront, Metal Gear Solid V, and Fallout 4, the last of which believed […] More

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    TSG’s Gamer Gift Guide

    The holiday season is upon us. Shops are bustling with people buying stocking stuffers and gifts for Christmas, Hanukkah, and other celebratory holidays. Tons of people grabbing for potential gifts and annoyed salespeople can really put a damper on your shopping spirit, but that doesn’t mean that your shopping has to be stressful! Having a […] More

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    Will you step or will you leap? Microsoft’s E3 Conference

    The Microsoft E3 Press Conference is historically safe. Of the Big 3, their conference is perhaps the most predictable. Consistent with their teenage boy fantasy marketing, the games announced are usually action-packed AAA titles. You got your FIFAs and Maddens, your multiplayer shooters, your Assassin’s Creeds, your racing sims, and fast-paced action games like Mirror’s […] More

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    Hunt The Timeline: Explaining Halo 5’s “Hunt The Truth”

    By asking fans to “Hunt The Truth,” 343 Industries (343i) and Microsoft are catering to the conspiracy theorist in each of us. And it’s really cool. For those who aren’t up to speed about the recent events surrounding Halo 5: Guardians, The “Hunt The Truth” marketing campaign began on March 19 with this tweet by […] More

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    Michael’s Mothballs – Starwars Battlefront II

    Let the nostalgia continue. This week’s game to blow off and throw back in the console is: Star Wars Battlefront II (PS2, PSP, Xbox, PC) Battlefront II was released on November 1, 2005 in North America. LucasArts published the game and Pandemic Studios produced the game engine. George Lucas and his team had creative control […] More

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    IndieCade is the Face of Video Game Innovation

    I went to IndieCade with Marissa exactly a week ago. We arrived at the venue and it surprised me to find that the event was entirely outdoors. One small Los Angeles block housed the 20 or so tents where all the games were. The setup didn’t impress or excite me like the grandeur of GameStop Expo did, […] More

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