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PS4 Releasing 100 + Games in 2014 — Here’s the Full List

Over the past few weeks, we’ve seen a ton of new PS4 game announcements — so many that we challenged ourselves to build a list of all known PS4 games scheduled to release in North America in 2014. You’ll find our initial findings below. Of course, the usual caveats apply here: schedules can shift and plans can change. But we’re going to keep this handy-dandy list updated all year long with the necessary adj ...

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Dear Developers: STEAM SALES!

Dear Valve, Four days ago, the Steam Summer Getaway Sale began. At first we thought it was nothing; a Steam sale like any other. But the deals were too good. We had more games than we could ever finish. We stopped working. Society itself fell apart. Now, packs of wild dogs have taken over our major cities. What have you done? But to be honest, I have nothing bad to say. Good job. Steam sales have earned the ...

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Dear Developers: Quantic Dream, Finish Kara!

Dear Quantic Dream, We have not forgotten. A few months ago, you teased us with the story of Kara, the artificially intelligent android-sex-housewife-plaything. It was a tech demo, you said. Kara won’t be a game, you said. Kara wants to live, you monster! See what you did. I already care for her. Now, you have to make it. If I were you, Quantic Dream. I would set Kara up as your next big title. I have two l ...

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Metro: Last Light – Is It Worth Buying?

The sequel to Metro 2033 is coming soon - this Tuesday, in fact, but it almost drowned when THQ went bankrupt. Luckily, it was sold to Deep Silver (the same folks who publish Dead Island) and they brought Metro: Last Light back to life. If the original is any indicator, the sequel might be worth checking out. Metro 2033 received generally favorable reviews and there’s no shortage of fun in post-apocalyptic ...

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Print A More Atmospheric BioShock Infinite Cover

While the story and visuals of BioShock Infinite can certainly be works of art, the box cover is anything but. It's a generic image of a male protagonist with a gun over his shoulder as he stares off into the distance. It's a safe cover design that appeals to the general gaming crowd, but fails to indicate the atmosphere of the game. Fortunately, Irrational Games has provided eight alternative covers for “B ...

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Starcraft 2: Heart Of The Swarm Review

Starcraft 2: Heart Of The Swarm Intro Kerrigan is back and she is out for blood in the new Starcraft 2 expansion, Heart of the Swarm, athough really, saying this is an expansion is a bit of an understatement. In the age of DLC for just about every high profile game, I appreciate that Blizzard takes its expansions so seriously and gives us so much for our money. By Mikeoldboy Starcraft 2: Heart of The Swarm ...

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City Building: “My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic” vs “The Simpsons: Tapped Out”

While waiting for that new Sim City to work, I've taken to casual city building games on my iTouch to show off my city planning skills; namely My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic and The Simpsons: Tapped Out. I figure that if I am going to waste my time building a virtual city, it might as well be a city based off a successful cartoon franchise or two.Rather than review them individually, I'll just compare ...

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Plague Inc. Review

Plague Inc. Review Eradicating the entire world with your own disease seems a bit morbid at first, but Plague Inc. makes it shamelessly addicting. There are tons of games in the pandemic genre, but none of them are as refined as Plague Inc. By Mikeoldboy Plagues In Plague Inc. There are 8 types of plagues, from bacteria to bio-weapon. The difficulties vary. Personally I thought the Fungus (3rd level) was th ...

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Importance Of Casinos In GTA San Andreas

GTA IV San Andreas Grand Theft Auto Andreas is based on the supposed state of Andreas, which is structured around California and Nevada. The three main cities are Los Santos, which is modeled on Los Angeles; San Fierro which is modeled on San Francisco; and Las Venturas which is modeled on Las Vegas. GTA IV San Andreas & Casinos Unsurprisingly there are many locations in the game that involve casinos, a ...

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Games That Hate You: “Spec Ops: The Line”

Games That Hate You: "Spec Ops: The Line" Video games are typically designed with fun in mind. The fun can come from the feeling of accomplishment from completing various challenges or puzzles. Or it’s from getting immersed in a story that the player helps shape with his/her in-game character’s actions. Or it’s meeting fellow gamers and either playing cooperatively or beating them competitively. But occasio ...

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MLG: Going Pro In The Gaming World

Become An MLG Gamer No matter the field you choose if you wish to become a champion you should expect a battle; a long road full of struggles, victories, and situations that will push you to your limits. However, those that do not falter in their pursuits and push forward even when all hope is lost will be greatly rewarded. The field of Gaming is no different. Champions are made every day on the Major Leagu ...

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Far Cry 3 Made Me Do It

When Far Cry 3 gave me the choice of titty-twisting my enemies or fanning them with a broom, my inner man-child rejoiced. For some, this gameplay might seem childish. For me, I say we need more. Maturity is stifling. Breathe some fresh air. Titty-twist a noob. by alittlesharp Far Cry 3 Gameplay Woes Since Far Cry 3’s release date, Far Cry 3 has fidgeted in the hot seat; and as people both hail its gameplay ...

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Is Blizzard Racist? Diablo 3

My Love For Diablo 3 I grew up with the Diablo franchise (Diablo 3, YES!). The initial Diablo was one of the first- if not the first- games I ever played. At 10 years old, with my dad directing over my shoulder, I fought my way through the labyrinthine underground levels of Tristram's cathedral and eventually defeated Diablo himself. Dad and I sat and strategized whenever I got stuck; we'd switch characters ...

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Top 10 Most Anticipated Video Games of 2013

The Top 10 Most Anticipated Games of 2013 Both 2012 and 2013 have been great years for Video Games and Gamers. This top 10 video games list covers the most anticipated games of early 2013. By Mikeoldboy 10. Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch Release Date: January 22, 2013 Platforms: PS3 To start the list off, I chose a game I have been following for quite a while. Ni N ...

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Girl Gamers: The Gender Divide

Girl Gamers: Stats Bringing up the gender divide in gaming is always prickly subject. It gets personal. Let us lay some definitions and some truth out about Girl Gamers. By Ghost Lily Gaming started as an all-boys-club and is often still viewed that way, but ample data points to the contrary – According to the results of the Entertainment Software Association's annual survey released at E3 this past year, 4 ...

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I Wanna Be A Cowboy: Red Dead Redemption

Be A Cowboy In Red Dead Redemption On the world stage Americans have a reputation for being Cowboys. Unfortunately it has a bad connotation. It’s used to characterize Americans as reckless, irresponsible and out of control. But cowboys are the opposite. They are strong, fearless, and courageous. We all have a little bit of cowboy in us. We all want to believe we have these respectable character traits and R ...

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Are Gamers Lazy?

Are Gamers Lazy? It is no mystery that playing video games is often associated with laziness. And why shouldn't they be? Individuals that devote so much time and effort into an activity that doesn't benefit society must be lazy, right? Wrong. By Mittens Society Defines Gamers Society has deemed Gamers slackers because they do not understand the absolute beauty of gaming. No other form of media allows the us ...

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The 20 Best Games of 2012

20 Best Games of 2012 It’s that time of the year again when we reminisce and countdown the best games that left an undeniable impression on gamers and critics. 2012 was a big year with some old favorites reemerging, sequels carrying forward the story and prequels explaining the original plot. Here’s a look at 20 best games of 2012 1. Best Games of 2012: Borderlands 2  Second installment of the 2009 hybrid a ...

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Retro Game Clothing: Suggestions From a Vintage Gaming Nerd

I get all hot and bothered when I see a crisp clean Pac-Man shirt breaking through the dark and dreary human landscape. It makes my heart leap to see, “Missile Command”, proudly displayed on a t-shirt.  I love retro games and I adore vintage video game merchandise.  But I am old and I have to find things about which to complain, right? Let us start with my complaints and end with something positive, shall w ...

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Google Predicts Xbox 720 Will Crush PS4

By Ludos They say knowledge is power, and when it comes to knowledge, Google has no rival in the private sector except for maybe Facebook. Google knows more about all of us than we can possibly imagine. Imagine warehouses full of servers, replete with databases storing every keystroke you make, phone call you make, and place you might go. Only the NSA (National Security Agency) has the capability to gather ...

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Why Movie Based Video Games Suck

Ready to play "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey" by Warner Brothers Interactive, set to release around the movie premiere? Before you lay down your hard earned cash, maybe you need to ask yourself . . . Hey, did you see Iron Man 2?  Of course you did.  Did you play the super awful Iron Man 2 videogame?  Let us hope not, or let us at least hope that you got it on Gamefly and returned the game with no vomit ...

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3 Crucial Tips for Navigating a Steam Game Sale

Avoiding SGPR (Sale Game Purchase Regret) on Steam By Enemy Crab It seems like every other week Steam is forcing some sort of new sale down my throat. We are currently in the midst of the Autumn sale on Steam, and while I can’t say I’m upset about it, I do think it’s strange that they’re having a sale just because it’s Fall. I like the theme of the Summer sale, and obviously there needs to be a “25 days of ...

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GTA V : The Latest Rockstar

GTA V By Veritas Grand Theft Auto has been innovating gameplay since its inception. An engaging story, solid voice acting and an immersive open world have been constants in the GTA Universe. It is the Coca-Cola of the gaming world, it does not even need advertising. It is coming out and fans are buying it, no question about that. But while GTA proves that an established formula will keep players coming back ...

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From Humble Beginnings, To Glory, To Potential Disaster: The Future Of The Sony Playstation

The History of The Playstation By Veritas The history of the Playstation is a fascinating read, full of intrigue and drama. In 1994, when the first Playstation was released, it was not just another competitor to Sega Genesis and Nintendo 64, it was a change to the gaming world. It became the first console to sell over a 100 million units worldwide and it did that in under 10 years. The Playstation 2, releas ...

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Best Games To Come Out Of The United Kingdom

United Kingdom is renowned for many things! Fish n Chips, soccer and the Beatles but what most of us avid gamers don’t know is that it’s also home to some very talented game developers. Surprised? “I was under the assumption that most game developers are from Japan or USA” is the typical response that comes to mind. So the objective of this article would be to jot down the best games to come out of United K ...

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Test Your IQ With The Testament Of Sherlock Holmes

The Testament of Sherlock Holmes Due to a very small amount of release copies for The Testament of Sherlock Holmes I was forced to reschedule my gaming time and replace it with studies. Then after about a month of walking around, tearing a hole in my carpet, naaah just kidding! I am a student, I can’t afford a carpet, but finally I got my copy of The Testament of Sherlock Holmes. I don’t know if this was a ...

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Is UK Game Development The Best In The World?

by Jason Bourne UK Game Developers Being a gamer from the UK as I was growing up I had no internet or anything like that back in the 1980’s and early 1990’s. I just ignorantly assumed that the majority of games that I was playing on my consoles at the time were either made in Japan or America. Little did I know that this little island that I live on was home to some of the very best video game developers on ...

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UK Gamers More Sophisticated Than U.S. Gamers

While American Gamers spew obscenities, annoying noises, and even slurs in online gaming, UK Gamers seem to focus more on supportive communication, eloquent team play, and a more cooperative spirit. As the general stereotype goes, the world sees Americans as brash, crude and even rude. The Brits on the other hand seem to have the reputation as the standard for civility, and intelligence, even in war. Going ...

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Black Ops 2 & NBA 2K13 Is All We Play

Black Ops 2 & NBA 2K 13 Is All We Play By Dauddy I call it like I see it. The casual gamers in my town only tend to play NBA 2K13 and Call of Duty: Black Ops 2. At times I consider myself one of them as well. I agree with only needing two or three games to keep busy. These two series are what we play; the latest NBA 2K and the latest Call of Duty. Plus, we’re usually playing them on Xbox 360 since the P ...

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Dark Souls DLC Boss Fights Walkthrough

Dark Souls DLC: Boss Fights Walk-through By Veritas The Dark Souls DLC is finally out for consoles as well as the patch that nerfs and buffs a lot of favorites. This guide assumes you have some working knowledge of the game. We also assume you are prepared to die. Getting Started With Dark Souls DLC The Dark Souls DLC areas are not immediately available for new characters. You must have cleared up to Anor L ...

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Why We Love FPS ( First Person Shooters) Games

  Why We Love FPS ( First Person Shooters) Games Video games have the capability to immerse us into a fantastical world where we can cast aside norms imposed by society! There are different gaming genres out there that weave a fabricated world so vivid that it’s difficult not to completely lose touch with reality. A favorite gaming genre is FPS ( First Person Shooter ). First person shooters work by pu ...

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SNES vs. Sega Genesis : 20 Years Later

Playing a SNES & Genesis ROM "Super Nintendo, Sega Genesis, when I was dead broke, man, couldn't picture this,” as heard from The Notorious B.I.G. The two greatest 16-bit consoles are still going at it. Even twenty years later, there have been games released via XBLA, PSN and Wii Virtual Console as well as compilations and, my favorite, ROMs. For sure, we will be playing the classics forever. Today, we ...

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ROMs Illegal?

ROMs Peace. I hear quite some controversy in the west about what is and is not illegal i.e. playing ROMs on emulators. Some discuss what if I own the game while others play by the book? In this generation we will not go back and forth on this subject. There is no need to justify what you do or don’t do. Western philosophy turns everything into good vs. evil causing us to turn on each other day and night. Co ...

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Dead Island Riptide

  Dead Island Riptide   Developer Techland's hit Dead Island is getting a follow up, Dead island Riptide. Despite technically being a role playing game, it gained fans as one of the best shooter games for Xbox, PS3 and PC this past year, although it did have some issues. Luckily, Techland patched up the problems and learned from their troubles, promising Riptide to be a much smoother experience, a ...

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Castle Crashers Weapons

Castle Crashers Weapons Castle Crashers, when it was first released on the Xbox 360 in 2008, became this huge cult hit, with its Castle Crashers Characters and some over the top Castle Crasher Weapons. Castle Crashers for PS3  was released a couple of years later along with Castle Crashers for PC, and, boy, did it made the game even bigger. The game Castle Crashers is a kind of throwback to the old school s ...

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My Addiction To Xbox 360 Achievements and PSN Trophies

Xbox 360 Achievement and PSN Trophies Hello, I am Jiwe and I have a confession to make: I am an addict (to Xbox 360 Achievements). I let the addiction take control over part of my life. It forced me to do things I did not want to do. But today, I stand tall and proudly say "I am better now, I am in control now." I am Jewi and I am addicted to Xbox 360 achievements and PSN Trophies, but  soon I will be compl ...

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Remember Me: Memory as a Weapon

Remember Me: Memory as a Weapon Memory is an integral part of the human psyche. From it, guidance may be derived for the path to follow based on previous experiences. Solace can be gleamed from evoking a happy event. Memory dictates to whom we are loyal and for whom we hold an enmity  It is the unassailable keep which makes up individuality. It is sacred, inviolate and deeply personal. At least until visiti ...

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Dead Space 3: Bring A Friend

Dead Space 3 Veritas Examines The Co-Op Promise of Dead Space 3 Set to release on February 5 of next year, Visceral Games' Dead Space 3 comes with some interesting changes. The series of third-person survival shooter games for Xbox 360, PS3 and PC were a welcome entry into the dwindling horror genre. Now that Resident Evil has become more of an action first person shooter for Xbox 360, PS3 and PC, Dead Spac ...

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Gotham City Impostors Review

Gotham City Impostors Background Brought to us by the good people responsible for the F.E.A.R. franchise, Monolith Productions, creators of some of funnest first person shooter games for Xbox 360, PS3 and PC. Gotham City Imposters is an online first person shooter set in the DC Universe but you will not be playing as Batman, Joker, Robin, Killer Croc or any other famous members of Gotham City. It is a very ...

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PS2 vs. Xbox – A Decade Later

Comparing the Sony PlayStation 2 vs. Original Xbox a decade later but with a twist. The Original Xbox falls short in comparison but a modded Xbox is a whole new creature in itself. The Sony PlayStation 2 won the battle back in the day but what about today? Truth is that the past doesn’t matter and these consoles have evolved. Allow me to demonstrate. Now a days the PS2 has over 1,800 games. It’s the best ti ...

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Warface: Crisp Graphics, Fluid Shooting Gameplay, Free To Play?

Warface By Veritas When considering top tier shooter games for Xbox 360, PS3 and PC, Crysis is right at the top and it's bringing a new entry, Warface. Developer Crytek has crafted a popular series in Crysis and now they seek to bring their skills to an often ignored market: free games, in the form of Warface. The idea that free games provide little to see as there is no monetary incentive is not one shared ...

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The Best Selling Xbox 360 Shooters

Best Selling Xbox 360 Shooters I do video game research all the time, one of my favorite subject matters are sales figures especially on first person shooter games for Xbox 360, the best Selling Xbox 360 Shooters. The best Xbox 360 shooter games are not always the best selling, but their is a correlation. I keep up to date to know the price value when I go shopping at the local stores. These are the games t ...

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My Battlefield 3 Run In with a Girl Gamer

As of late I've noticed a growing trend. It is a trend that makes me suspicious and skeptical at the same time. A trend that may ruin my beloved experience with Xbox 360 shooter games. I'm sitting in front of my TV, weapon selected, timer is counting down, and my waypoints are clearly marked on the map. My squad leader is calmly and effectively communicating our strategy. Focused now, readying for the sprin ...

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