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Hey, it’s PAX Prime weekend! For those of you attending, have a great time. This also means that it’s time for another Round Up, bringing you the best trailers and gameplay from the past week. With September upon us, the … Continue reading
Well, I promised you more soundtrack goodness didn’t I? The second part of Soundtrack Central is finally hear, bringing with it three new games which have some great tunes that are worth listening to. Music can have a major influence … Continue reading
I wanted to believe in Destiny. On paper it sounded wonderful. A game that let you hop from planet to planet in an epic space saga, battling unique enemies, teaming up with friends, and gathering loot to customize a unique … Continue reading
With a less than packed week last time, the Round Up this week has returned to form. As the fall rush of games quickly approaches, so to has the amount of trailers and videos for fans to enjoy. I’ve managed … Continue reading
It finally happened. The first game that’s planned for release during the holiday rush this year was finally delayed, something gamers should be used to at this point in the year. Last year alone saw a number of titles fly … Continue reading
With GamesCom now at an end and the giant trailer explosion a thing of last week, the industry has settled a bit. Unfortunately for us here at the Round Up, that means significantly less videos to give to you, dear … Continue reading
I won’t lie, lately, my head has been in the clouds. With Super Mario Maker finally on the horizon, I’ve been thinking how much freedom and creativity that game actually gives to it’s players by letting them mess with established … Continue reading