E3 Recap #8 – Titanfall A Multiplayer Game Full Of Mecha

In 2010 Infinity Ward’s co-founders, Vince Zampella and Jason West were fired by Activision for misconduct. Later that year the duo returned to the industry with a new studio call Respawn Entertainment. Their first game is Titanfall which is a first-person multiplayer shooter with players either being ground running pilots or mechs. The game was …

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Simcity Review: Worth the Server Problems?

After a decade long wait, Maxis is back with their latest addition to the addicting and soul devouring urban planning franchise known as Simcity. The 2013 installation of the game comes packed with intricate and minute controls that promise the building of truly unique cities. No doubt you will instantly be struck in awe seeing …

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Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater HD Review: Robomondo’s Best Trick Yet

  It’s been a long time since anyone has really come out with a great skateboarding game. Sure there have been games such as the “Skate” franchise, but never has a series such as “Tony Hawk” really made an impact on the skateboarding genre of games. However, this series hasn’t had a shining moment in …

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Choose your Side in Sins of a Solar Empire: Rebellion

Sins of a Solar Empire is widely regarded as one of the best real-time strategy game, so a sequel such as Rebellion was highly anticipated. Sadly, it doesn’t include a single player campaign either and it feels more like a comprehensive patch than an expansion. Everything has been improved, which is reason enough for fans …

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