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Greg’s Cheers to Gaming: Battlebrews

/ Aug 27th, 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 >>

Madden 16: Glory to Glitchy

/ Aug 27th, 2015 Each year, EA Sports releases a new Madden NFL game, and it almost always feels like a triumph. With 1 comments continue reading >>

Tales from the Borderlands: Escape Plan Bravo Review: One Big Shot

/ Aug 26th, 2015 The penultimate episode of Tales from the Borderlands greatly ups the stakes of the series. Escape Plan Bravo, the 0 comments continue reading >>

Kicks and Customization in NBA Live 16

/ Aug 25th, 2015 EA Sports is promising that character customization will be a major part of the upcoming NBA Live 16. From 0 comments continue reading >>

Submerged Review: Sunken Hearts

/ Aug 24th, 2015 Forgive me if you’ve heard this one before, but what would you do if a loved one was sick 0 comments continue reading >>

Blackout Yeti Microphone Review: Coming in Clear

/ Aug 17th, 2015 We no longer live in the dark days of the ’80s and ’90s. We don’t have to wait for 0 comments continue reading >>

Super Mega Baseball Extra Innings Review: One and Only

/ Aug 14th, 2015 On March 5, 2013, 2K Sports released MLB 2K13. Not only was it the company’s worst effort in the 0 comments continue reading >>

Rare Replay Review: 30 Years of Glory

/ Aug 13th, 2015 Few game developers can boast a 30-year run in the industry, and even fewer can boast such a run 0 comments continue reading >>

Galak-Z: The Dimensional Review: The Other Side

/ Aug 12th, 2015 The eternal plight of indie game development is showing off a game years before the final product will release. 0 comments continue reading >>

N++ Review: Whiplash

/ Aug 7th, 2015 Keeping time is important. Knowing when to speed up or slow down is a useful skill. Call it rhythm 0 comments continue reading >>