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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 >>

Payday 2 and Sharing the Loot

/ Mar 27th, 2015 Payday 2‘s popularity has produced a lot of loot for developer Overkill. Part of its lasting ability can be 0 comments continue reading >>

Bloodborne’s Combat Makes Me Excited for Dark Souls 2 on PS4

/ Mar 27th, 2015 From Software taught me to be afraid. To fear my surroundings and put my nerves on edge at the 1 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 >>

Top 5 Best Boards in Mario Party

/ Mar 23rd, 2015 Mario Party redefined what video-game adaptations can be. Before any digital board-games were merely 3-D recreations, but Nintendo saw 0 comments continue reading >>

Greg’s Cheers to Gaming: Beerout

/ Mar 19th, 2015 Throughout time, man has pondered ways to make videogames more enjoyable. Like most things, alcohol was the answer. Greg’s 0 comments continue reading >>

The 5 Most Brutal Mini-Games in Mario Party

/ Mar 17th, 2015 The Mario Party series has offered a multitude of challenging mini-games, but some stand out for their ability to 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 >>