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Review: The Jackbox Party Pack

The Jackbox Party Pack
7 out of 10 Good

This review is brought to you by Spotted Pig Tailors, for the finest of fine garments and accessories for that special wallowing pig in your life.

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Review – Jaws of Hakkon

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9 out of 10 Excellent Recommended

If you’ve ever played a Bioware game, you know that by the time the first cutscene is over, you’re going to have a dozen new codex entries to read right off the bat. We all saw how crucial lore was in Inquisition – it was like they sharpened it and very sneakily stabbed us in the back with it. Inquisition’s first story-based DLC, Jaws of Hakkon, is now out and available for all platforms, and while it doesn’t address our elven-pantheon related questions, it does give us an extra adventure with new allies and enemies in a beautiful new area […]

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Elder Scrolls Online tips for newbies

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For the first time ever I have been truly drawn into the world of an MMORPG, and this is due to none other than The Elder Scrolls Online. However as a relative noob in the world of an MMO, I have to admit that I was a little bit lost at the beginning of the game. I found myself having to look for information and tips on multiple sites. And rather than keep it all to myself, I decided why not share my insights of ESO that just may help you on the road to saving Tamriel.

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Console Minecraft Gets a New Classical Look

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While everyone and their large blocky hands are waiting for either the new Windows 10 Beta Edition of Minecraft to drop later this month, or perhaps the first development snapshots of 1.9, it’s time for console Minecraft to get a little love. 

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Bioware announces Mass Effect: Andromeda

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If you feel like you’ve been waiting years for Mass Effect news, there’s a good reason for that. It has been years. But finally, we’ve got our first good look at the next game in the popular science fiction franchise, Mass Effect: Andromeda. While we still know relatively little about the game, what we have been told (and shown) is very interesting. Read on for the details.

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E3 Trailerpalooza 2015: Microsoft Edition

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  Welcome back to Trailerpalooza 2015. Bethesda opened things up last night with an exciting set of new material, but now it’s time for the headliners to take the stage. First up today is Microsoft. Will the big green machine have more than Halo and Tomb Raider to show off? Let’s find out.

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E3 Trailerpalooza 2015: Bethesda Edition

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Yes, friends, it’s that time of year again. Officially known as the Electronic Entertainment Expo, or E3 for short, we here at Save Game like to call it Trailerpalooza. We trim off all the excess hype and hyperbole to bring you what you want to see most: the trailers. First up this year, is Bethesda.

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Halo 5 revealed as Game Informer July cover feature

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  And, oh what a cover it is. Believe it or not, we’re only a little over four months away from the release of Halo 5: Guardians.  While we’ve gone hands on with multiplayer, developer 343 has been pretty quiet about the game’s single player campaign. Until now, that is. Game Informer has just announced that Halo 5 will be their July cover story, and they’re already dropping details. 

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Fallout 4 confirmed. No, really. There’s even a trailer.

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  We all knew it would come eventually, but it sure is nice to finally see it. After teasing the announcement yesterday, Bethesda Softworks has officially unveiled Fallout 4. It’s real, and it’s spectacular. Read on to see if for yourself.

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First Impressions – The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

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A thread runs through open worlds, holding together the collective sequences and explorable regions, existing across many games. We can venture into them with clear intent, or for the sake of finding something new. Recent trysts into digital landscapes have evolved past once pristine wonderlands, embracing entropy as something that must exist within their lands to feel authentic. A barn cannot only be modelled and rendered before it’s put before the player, but must also be designed old; aged, weathered and used. While this brings a level of authenticity to already wide worlds, some also bearing depth and height, the […]

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