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January’s Free Games: Who Won?

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In the inaugural edition of our monthly free games review, we take a look at who gave new console owners more of an incentive to buy online play, PlayStation or Microsoft. Check out a quick review of the current and legacy generation games below and read which console owners we think are the winners. Current Generation, PlayStation 4: Grim Fandango …

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Review: Just Cause 3

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Just Cause 3 from developer Avalanche Studios and publisher Square Enix is the closest thing a video game will come to a Michael Bay film: flashy, absurd explosions with little reason wrapped around a loosely-written story. Rico Rodriguez is set to save the fictional Mediterranean island nation of Medici from the hands of a relentless dictator… but let’s face it, …

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Review: The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited

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After five successful single-player entries in the Elder Scrolls series, Bethesda has decided to dip its toes into the MMO market with the Elder Scrolls Online. Much of the gameplay in ESO will be familiar to those who have played a previous Elder Scrolls game or an MMO, and the world is absolutely massive. But ultimately, Elder Scrolls Online is …

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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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Review: Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain

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Even though they’ve generally been great, there have been so many Metal Gear Solid games over the years that it can be hard to get excited for each new release. But with Metal Gear Solid V, which is likely the last MGS game creator Hideo Kojima will be involved with, Konami has outdone itself with a game that is both …

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Review: Call of Duty: Black Ops 3

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Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 might seem like just another annual installation of the popular brand, but there’s something different this time around. Black Ops 2 made some big strides over the original in the series. Now, Black Ops 3 has taken those improvements and honed them even more, making the game feel crisp and full throughout all three …

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