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Xbox One Review: Elite Dangerous

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Space and science fiction used to be popular in the nineties. It started long before then, but by the nineties we had multiple Star Trek shows, Star Wars came back, and there were more games like Elite Dangerous than I could count. And then, like Star Trek on TV and Star Wars in the theatres, there came a point in …

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Xbox One First Impressions: Tom Clancy’s The Division Alpha/Beta

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There are movements in games that you can track, sometimes deep into the history of gaming. For instance, the MOBA (Massively Online Battle Arena) is a game like Smite or League of Legends that traces its origins all the way back to a modification for Warcraft 3. Then there’s a game like Destiny which can trace its roots all the …

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Xbox One Review: Rainbow Six Siege

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The Tom Clancy franchise has been around for decades and even though the man behind the name has long since passed on, his legacy lives still in all the video games and movies released under his brand. The recent film, Jack Ryan, was a bit of a bust, but his games have always been known for quality and that continues …

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Xbox One Review: Star Wars Battlefront

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There is a common trend that has plagued this generation of console games where games have been getting released with seemingly less and less content. It shouldn’t come as much of a surprise to people, as the resolution of textures in games increases, it takes progressively longer to develop each level. Every asset like a new unlocked movement or piece …

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Review: NHL 16

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Few video game sports titles have had a longer history than NHL. Stretching all the way back to the early 16 bit days, the NHL series has been known for bringing quality hockey simulation to the bedroom. For one of the first times you got to pick your favourite team, and watch all your favourite players rise through a season …

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Review: The Witcher 3

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It’s fitting that The Witcher 3 is the first Xbox One game I’ve been tasked with to review, because I am arguably both the most and the least qualified person to comment. I’ve played both other Witcher games, beating them and loving every second of it. I’m a huge fan, and because of that it might be hard to explore …

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Co-op Games for the Holidays

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As the holiday season quickly approaches, families and friends are getting together to celebrate the year. But it seems now, more than ever, people are getting bored of Christmas. And why not? The Christmas music started playing in November. We’ve been listening to it for over a month, and looking at the lights that have been left up year round …

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