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Review – Neverwinter


Just the name Neverwinter conjures up such strong and vivid memories in most D&D lovers that it’s almost synonymous with dungeon crawling goodness. And D&D lovers are in for a treat, as that is exactly what this game is full of and at a price that most people can’t argue with – Free!

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The Sims 3 – Save Game: University Life!

Late for class!

  For those of you just joining this little adventure, the idea is this:  I made some Sims from our Save Game family here and popped them into a world with a ton of expansion packs so I could gleefully watch silliness ensue.  It’s been a treat.  You may remember that last time we left our Sims, they’d all enrolled in college, which I can only assume is totally natural for people who are about 30 years old.

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E3 Saints Row 4 Media Roundup


It came as a bit of a surprise to me, but there were other games being demonstrated at E3 besides Destiny.  Who knew?  One of those games was Saints Row 4.  We’ve got all the interviews, demos, and previews right here.  Oh, and a picture of a man in a flannel shirt holding the Dubstep Gun.  Read on!

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New Saints Row 4 trailer features Keith David, Shaundi, and… Shaundi


Hot on the heels of yesterday’s announcement of their Super Dangerous Wub Wub Edition, Volition has released a brand new trailer for Saints Row 4, and it’s the most dramatic Saints Row trailer we’ve ever seen.  Read on to see it for yourself.

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The Saints Row 4 Super Dangerous Wub Wub Edition is as awesome as it sounds


Some fans laugh at standard editions.  They scoff at special editions.  They are the die-est of the diehard, and they only pre-order once the special-special-editions are announced.  Saints Row diehards, your time is now.  The SR4 Super Dangerous Wub Wub Edition has been unveiled.  Read on for the details.

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Microsoft unveils Halo: Spartan Assault


After a long absence, Halo is making a return to the PC.  Sort of.  Microsoft has pulled back the curtain on a brand new Halo game, made exclusively for Windows 8 devices, and it looks pretty darned cool.  So read on for all the details.

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Remember Me gets a new live action trailer


It’s common industry knowledge that a new game ain’t nuthin until it’s got a live action trailer.  Thankfully, the trailer for Remember Me has arrived, officially making the game sumthin.  Read on to check it out.

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EA abandoning online passes. No, really.


Did EA just do something nice?  Did we all just fall into an alternate reality?  The answer to the first question is yes.  The answer to the second question is maybe, because all those online passes EA was forcing on us are disappearing.  Seriously.  Read on for the details.

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Pocket Galaxy now available for iOS, Android and PC


Calling all MMO Space-adventure loving gamers – Pocket Galaxy, the ‘space adventure in your pocket’ we previewed in April – is now available for iOS, Android and PC.

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Review – Injustice Gods Among Us


There has been enough debate regarding the construction of narrative in video games. I understand the merit, but can’t help but think that it sometimes turns out to be a cyclic argument as to who creates meaning in video games. While some see the player engagement as a support system for the story, others believe that the gameplay itself is how a player makes meaning and the story naturally matures through the individual context of the player.

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