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Articles By: Kalvin Martinez

What’s in Your Box: Week of 3/28

/ Mar 28th, 2015 Each week, we here at Gaming Illustrated are always playing a number of different video games. However, we may 0 comments continue reading >>

Final Fantasy XV: The Savior

/ Mar 26th, 2015 Final Fantasy served as a lifeline for Square when the first entry released on the NES. The popularity of 0 comments continue reading >>

Game of Thrones “The Lost Lords” Review: Winter is Coming

/ Mar 24th, 2015 Episodic content can be a powerful way to tell a story. It results in unique structuring and pacing. There 0 comments continue reading >>

Game of Thrones – “Iron from Ice” Review: Valar Morghulis

/ Mar 19th, 2015 Adaptation is a tricky business. Licensed games are an even trickier one. Game of Thrones, based off George R.R. 0 comments continue reading >>

Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number Review: A Most Violent Year(s)

/ Mar 18th, 2015 Time is a scratchy VHS Tape. It is not easy living up to high expectations and a high pedigree, 0 comments continue reading >>

New Releases: Week of 3/15

/ Mar 15th, 2015 Summah is already here even though it is March. So you might want to beat the heat with some 0 comments continue reading >>

What’s in Your Box: Week of 3/14

/ Mar 14th, 2015 Each week, we here at Gaming Illustrated are always playing a number of different video games. However, we may 0 comments continue reading >>

The Past in HD: Why Remastered Games Aren’t Such a Bad Thing

/ Mar 12th, 2015 HD remasters and special re-releases of video games are not new, but they have become more pronounced with the 0 comments continue reading >>

DmC: Definitive Edition Review: Worth Another Spin

/ Mar 10th, 2015 When DmC: Devil May Cry released more than two years ago, it had a hard time connecting with gamers. 0 comments continue reading >>

New Releases: Week of 3/8

/ Mar 8th, 2015 March is starting to heat up, well, mainly in southern California, but there are also more video games coming 0 comments continue reading >>