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Truth be told, I wasn’t planning on writing about Titanfall 2 again this week, mainly because I don’t want to beat you all over the head with the same content over and over. As they say, variety is the spice … Continue reading
The first technical test of Titanfall 2 has quickly come and gone and I think the team at Respawn has learned a lot from it. The early build of the game allowed players to get a very small taste at … Continue reading
If you’re a fan of game videos and trailers, well then this has been your week, now hasn’t it? The annual Gamescom event was in full swing this past week and with it a bunch of new trailers for many … Continue reading
When it released two years ago, Destiny proved to be a very divisive experience for many. Player hype was through the roof, and frankly, there was probably no way that the game was ever going to reach fan expectations, similar to … Continue reading
Could Sam Fisher be making a come back? For those who didn’t hear the (potential) news, rumors have begun circulating that Ubisoft has a new Splinter Cell in the works. As a big fan of the franchise, this makes my … Continue reading
The weekend is back once again and with it comes a brand new edition of the Video Round Up. We’re back again to bring you the best gameplay and trailers from the week that was. Let’s get to the good … Continue reading
As we move beyond the slower the dog days of summer and the promised AAA titles for the coming fall season inch ever closer, I’ve found myself deep in indie territory. While the summer seems to slow things down a … Continue reading