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    Call of Duty: WWII Review

    For the past few years Call of Duty has focused on being a futuristic game, with jet packs and exo-suits, but this year they did something different, they went back to their roots and listened to the people that actually buy the game. By doing so, this game breathes some much-needed fresh air into a series that many thought was dying. They still have a lot to prove, and a lot to make up for, but may this is the start.
  2. The Alpha Series M Gaming Chair Is The Real Deal

    What is it that every gamer could use and possibly doesn't even realize? A comfortable place to sit. If you are having a hard time getting comfortable while seated, then the Alpha Series M Gaming Chair may be exactly what you need!
  3. The Observer Review

    What would happen if you were to throw the horror aspects of SOMA, the visual beauty of Mirror's Edge, the cyberpunk aspect of the movie Ghost In The Shell, and the twists of the Matrix?
  4. Review: "Perception"

    A review of the narrative-driven indie horror game, Perception, created by ex-BioShock and ex-Dead Space developers working collectively as The Deep End Games. Perception is a first-person narrative horror adventure game in which the player controls Cassie, a blind protagonist searching the Echo Bluff Estate in order to learn why the location haunts her dreams.
  5. Let's Talk About Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia

    Let's talk about Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia. It's the first game in the Echoes sub-series and the 15th Fire Emblem game; it's also a remake of 1992's Fire Emblem Gaiden, a game that released on the Famicom exclusively in Japan. But what makes it different than the rest, and why should you give it a try? Well, let's talk about that. This article is mostly about what to expect going into the game, not really a plot review or anything.
  6. Black Desert Online Is the Most Fun I've Had in Years In an MMO

    The highly acclaimed Black Desert Online released on Steam just last week and is what I wished every MMORPG I've played in the past several years was. From its visceral, intense PvE and PvP combat, to its rewarding trading and economics, and even the beautiful sights along the way, there's no other game I'd recommend to people for the summer.
  7. AntLion ModMic 5 - A Truly Modular Microphone

    The AntLion ModMic 4.0 was a huge success in the gaming community due to its ability to turn any audiophile-grade headphones into a high-quality headset. In an attempt to further improve the possibilities of DIY audiophile headsets, AntLion has released an updated version of their microphone, the ModMic 5. The ModMic 5 offers a large amount of customization options over the 4.0, but does so with a slightly higher price tag. The main question when looking at the ModMic 5 is not about it’s...
  8. Assassin's Creed is Just Another Bad Video Game Movie Adaptation

    It's no secret that video game movies have a long-standing history of being generally awful, and Assassin's Creed, with all its pedigree, set out to turn that standard on its head. Unfortunately, it becomes another forgettable entry in the long list of bad video game movies.
  9. Rogue One: A Star Wars Story Review

    Today, I will share my opinions on the newly released Rogue One and see how it matched up to previous movies and if it satisfied the need...
  10. Why Consoles Exclusives are Necessary

    Yes, the infamous console exclusive video game can undoubtedly be the life or death of a video game. Although, many fans don’t realize how key these exclusives are and how they are evolving into something that consumers will likely accept.
  11. How Well Did Battlefield 1 Represent World War 1?

    Today, I try to pick apart Battlefield 1 and analyze it's historical accuracy. Towards the end I will bring in research from WWI historians and their views on the video game by EA and DICE and how they think the developers did on recreating history.
  12. Elephone's ELE Whisper - Budget-Friendly Noise-Cancelling IEMs

    Elephone’s recently released ELE Whisper IEMs are a new entry in the budget-friendly noise cancelling earbuds market. The ELE Whispers don’t offer any new features, so they must rely on their sound and build quality to make a name for themselves. While the quality is about what you would expect, there is a lot of competition in this market which makes the ELE Whisper a hard sell.
  13. Review: Mafia 3

    So a few days ago, Mafia 3 came out and I decided to pick it up on my way home from work. I stopped at EB Games and was going to purchase a standard edition but the salesperson asked if I wanted to get the Deluxe version instead. "It's got the Season Pass." he said in a tempting manner and after a few seconds of thought, I caved in.
  14. Review: XCOM 2 - Tactical Alien Combat At Its Finest

    XCOM 2, formerly a PC exclusive, is now out on PS4 and Xbox One. This great game can now be enjoyed from the comfort of your living room.
  15. Batman: The Telltale Series, Chapter 2

    The second installment in the Batman series from Telltale Games is at least as good as the first, possibly better. Note: this review does NOT contain any spoilers for either episode.
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