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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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First gameplay footage for Wolfenstein: The New Order revealed

Dual-wielding automatic shotguns confirmed!  Two new gameplay videos for Wolfenstein: The New Order have been revealed, and they are full of the gritty, over-the-top action you’ve come to expect from the series.  Read on to see them for yourself.

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Grid 2 trailer showcases drift events and asian locations

Pretty, sexy cars alert! Codemasters have released a new Grid 2 gameplay video that shows off the game’s drift events in addition to some lovely looking Asian locations, including the additon of Hong Kong.

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Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn Collectors Edition goodies

I hope you’re paying attention, Final Fantasy fans, as Square Enix has a bumper of a news update just for you. Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn and the Collector’s Edition of the same game are now available for pre-order in both Australia and New Zealand.

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Dead Space 3: Awakened DLC Review

Dead Space 3: Awakened follows immediately after the closing events of Dead Space 3, promising more co-op fun (or is that terror?) with Isaac Clarke and John Carver. Adding more backstory to the Dead Space world and answering the question of just what happened to the duo after Dead Space 3’s finale, is the DLC worth the $15 asking price, or should you simply opt out of this experience?

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The Sims 3 – Save Game

  With  a new world, Dragon Valley being released on May 30th and that whole The Sims 4 thing on the horizon in 2014, I thought it would be beneficial to go back to my Sims 3 game and see just how much havoc I could wreak using some familiar faces and a whole lot of expansion packs.

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Batman dispenses justice (and beatings) in new Arkham Origins trailer

“Crime doesn’t stop to watch trailers, so neither can I.”  That’s what Batman would say if you asked him to check out the new Arkham Origins trailer.  Luckily, you’re not Batman, so you’re free to watch it all you want, and I strongly recommend that you do so.  Read on for all the details. The promotional campaign for the newest Arkham game has been a bit of a slow burn so far.  There was the splashy Game Informer cover story, and the behind the scenes footage to get fans acquainted with the game’s new developers.  However, there was no super […]

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Guy Gets Cold – Creates Tropical Skyrim Mod

If you ever tire of the vast snowy tundras of Skyrim, the icy, craggy mountainous expanse, or the frozen hearths of Winterhold, why not just make Skyrim a tropical paradise?  That’s what one college student named Scott Chaunce did and it looks like warm, moist paradise (only probably with bigger spiders).

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Ubisoft unveils new Assassin’s Creed 4 gameplay trailer

To those Assassin’s Creed 3 players who thought “this naval combat rocks; they should make a whole game out of it,” your wishes have apparently been granted.  Ubisoft has released a new gameplay trailer for the 4th game in the series, Black Flag, and it is loaded with hardcore pirate action.  Read on for the details.

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Anno Online Now in Open Beta – Build! Build, I Say!

  Recently I had a chance to check out the closed beta for Anno Online, the new free to play city building browser game from Ubisoft Blue Byte, and now you can too since the beta is now open for all to enjoy!

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