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A Strong Swansong

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A Strong Swansong A common refrain you might hear from someone who’s finished one of today’s massive open-world games is that they would have liked any excuse to explore more of that world. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild’s second (and likely final) DLC, The Champion’s Ballad, is …

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A Lonely Mountain

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A Lonely Mountain The Winter Olympics and Steep don’t have a lot in common other than they take place on snowy mountains, which is the crux of this expansion’s problems. Steep’s base game and its DLC up to this point are open-ended experiences predicated on letting players explore different extreme …

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Repetitive Mission Creep

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Repetitive Mission Creep Gamers have no shortage of indie games that tap into our love for the 8 and 16-bit eras, but developers rarely seek to emulate the first PlayStation generation, with its grainy textures and polygon-shaped heroes. Humble Hearts has embraced this outdated look with a stealth-based action game …

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Fallout 4 VR Review

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Fallout 4 VR Review Share. The post-apocalyptic world’s at your fingertips, but the Pip Boy is a real pain in the pip. By Dan Stapleton Walking through the ruins of Boston in Fallout 4 VR is a sobering experience that makes the post-nuclear world feel that much more real. Fallout …

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Repetitive Mission Creep

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Repetitive Mission Creep Gamers have no shortage of indie games that tap into our love for the 8 and 16-bit eras, but developers rarely seek to emulate the first PlayStation generation, with its grainy textures and polygon-shaped heroes. Humble Hearts has embraced this outdated look with a stealth-based action game …

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Not The Doom You Know

Not The Doom You Know When I think of Doom, two things come to mind: its colorful, over-the-top violence and its ridiculous speed. If you take either of those things out of the equation, what you have isn’t id Software’s infamous shooter but something lesser. This creates an interesting problem …

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