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Nintendo Switch Presentation: The Nintendo Fumble

/ Jan 16th, 2017 Nintendo officially unveiled its latest console, the Nintendo Switch, during a press conference in Japan. Going into the event, 0 comments continue reading >>

Gaming Illustrated’s Top Reviewed Games of 2016

/ Jan 6th, 2017 With every new year comes a sense of renewed purpose and determination. Most people view the new year as 0 comments continue reading >>

3 Games That Released Exactly When We Needed Them

/ Jan 5th, 2017 Video games have a way of affecting you, sucking you in, surprising you, and sometimes giving you exactly what 1 comments continue reading >>

State of the Union: 2016, Goodbye

/ Dec 30th, 2016 It is natural to take stock and reflect back on the previous year as a new one approaches. Every 0 comments continue reading >>

Should You Buy a PS4 Pro?

/ Dec 22nd, 2016 When the PS4 Pro launched in November, its release was more a whimper than a bang. Sure, there were 0 comments continue reading >>

Taylor Kurosaki on How Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Transcends Setting

/ Dec 19th, 2016 Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare presented a bold leap for a franchise that has often been accused of resting 0 comments continue reading >>

What’s in Your Box: Boyz II Men

/ Dec 17th, 2016 Each week, we here at Gaming Illustrated are always playing a number of different video games. However, we may 0 comments continue reading >>

For Honor’s Combat is a Needed Change After a Shooter-Dominated Season

/ Dec 15th, 2016 Since the days of vanilla Destiny, I have grown more attached to the world of online shooters. My group 0 comments continue reading >>

World of Final Fantasy Review: Stacked

/ Nov 29th, 2016 Sometimes a good game can go unnoticed because of its release date. World of Final Fantasy was set up 0 comments continue reading >>

Watch Dogs 2 Review: Sprinkle Me

/ Nov 28th, 2016 Sequels are always met with skepticism, and it’s worse if the game before failed to live up to its 0 comments continue reading >>