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    Review: Heckabomb

    Located somewhere in the same video game galaxy as Super Stardust and classic Asteroids, Heckabomb is a twin-stick shooter in which you blast through asteroid fields, fend off alien invaders and other enemy spacecraft, and ultimately annihilate entire planets by dropping the heck out of […]

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    Review: White Night

    Sometimes, ambience is enough. As in, the way the Old World rustic vibe and candlelit tables at the new steakhouse in town is enough to distract you from the fact that the New York Strip you just dropped thirty bucks on is proving only slightly […]

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    Accessory Review: Bloodborne Project SkyLight PS4 Faceplate

    Launched back in December and still in its beta infancy, Sony’s Project SkyLight offers PlayStation 4 owners a cool way to customize their consoles with swappable, game-themed faceplates. The program launched with faceplates for LittleBigPlanet 3 and The Order: 1886, both of which immediately sold […]

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    Review: Blackguards 2

    Blackguards 2 focuses on the story of the madwoman Cassia. It starts out simply enough with a woman who is thrown in a dungeon for no clear reason. The prison is an odd one as it is underneath the great Arena of Mengbilla and the door […]

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    Gadget Review: HUB IT Sync & Charge Station

    It hasn’t quite felt like it outside yet, but according to the calendar spring has arrived. And you know what that means. Yup, after a long, cold, depressing winter it’s about that time to do a little spring cleaning. For gamers and tech enthusiasts, that […]

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    Review: DmC Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition

    So there’s the obsessive tweaking and re-tweaking of a creative project by an auteur who just doesn’t know when to step back and let go—think George Lucas and the endlessly re-cut Star Wars trilogies—and then there’s what Ninja Theory has done with DmC Devil May […]

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    Review: The Marvellous Miss Take

    Proving that stealth games don’t just have to be about super spies, special ops agents, deadly ninjas, and cloaked assassins, The Marvellous Miss Take masters the art of video game sneaking and thievery with a lighthearted, non-violent approach that is as fun to play as […]

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  • TheEscapists

    Review: The Escapists

    It took Allied troops in World War II almost fifteen months to break out of the German-Run POW camp Stalag-Luft III—you probably remember it as “The Great Escape.” Union soldiers had to spend months digging a tunnel in darkness, surrounded by squealing rats to bust […]

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    Book Review: Resident Evil 6 Graphical Guide

    Out in Japan since shortly before the game’s launch all the way back in 2012, the Resident Evil 6 Graphical Guide has finally been translated into English and localized for western readers. Send your thanks to publisher Titan Books for bringing it over. Roughly the […]

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  • Contents include: Headset, USB remote w/ built-in sound card, removable mic, dual 3.5 adapter, two different types of ear cushions, and mesh carrying case.

    Accessory Review: Kingston HyperX Cloud II Gaming Headset

    Successor to the original HyperX Cloud, Kingston’s new HyperX Cloud II gaming headset rocks the house with the addition of 7.1 virtual surround sound (plus some other subtle touches) on top of everything else that made the previous model a winner. Kingston Technology does more […]

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