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Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris (PS4/Xbox One/PC) Review
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Written by Paul Agnelli   
Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris (PS4/Xbox One/PC) Box Art (http://www.laracroft.com/) Rated T for Teen by ESRB. Lara Croft returns in a sequel to the co-op game Lara Croft and the Temple of Light, except this time expanding the co-op fun from 2 to players to 4 player co-op! You’d think that simply adding more players, more puzzles, and exciting new gameplay elements would only make the game better right? I theory yes, but unfortunately many of these new elements aren’t executed quite as well as a Tomb Raider fan would hope.
 
What's New with the New 3DS?
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Written by Paul Agnelli   
New 3DS XL
Earlier Today at a Nintendo Direct, Nintendo officially announced that the New 3DS XL will be launching in the United States on February 13th of this year. While many were excited to hear this news, some of us were scratching our heads thinking “Yeah well..what’s so great about a new 3DS XL?”
 
Samurai Warriors 4 (PS3/PS4/PS Vita) Review
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Written by Benjamin Widdowson   
Samurai Warriors 4 (PS3/PS4/PS Vita) Box Art (http://www.samuraiwarriors4.eu) Rated T for Teen by ESRB. OUnlike other Musou properties under Koei Tecmo’s belt, Samurai Warriors is a critically underused IP. Luckily for fans of the Sengoku period of Japanese history, Omega Force has built what very well may be its single best game yet with Samurai Warriors 4.
 
Egamerz 2015 Christmas wishlist
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Written by Egamerz staff   

Holidays mean gift giving, and with games and gamers the gift buying can be akin to walking a mine field. If the gamer in your life is being less than vocal about their wishlist, we have a few recommendations to help you navigate.

 
The Crew (PS4, Xbox One, xbox 360, PC) Review
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Written by Paul Agnelli   
The Crew (PS4, Xbox One, xbox 360, PC) Box Art (http://thecrew-game.ubi.com/portal/en-nordic/home/index.aspx) Rated T by ESRB The Crew is the most subtly patriotic game I’ve ever played. In your vehicle, as long as you’re driving some speed above 0, you can knock over telephone poles, fences, and push other cars into the sky. But you cannot destroy any American flagpole in The Crew. Either this stands for Patriotism, or it just shows how inconsistent and mediocre the physics and gameplay can be. Unfortunately, the only thing The Crew is able to deliver consistently, is a sub-par open world driving experience.
 
Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution (PS3/Xbox 360/PC) Review
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Written by Benjamin Widdowson   
Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution (PS3/Xbox 360/PC) (http://www.naruto-stormrevolution.com) Rated T for Teen by ESRB. Full Disclosure, I despise Naruto. I find it to be one of the most God-awful anime properties to ever exist, from its garbage animation quality, to its over-wrought story, terrible characters, and cancerous fan-base that helped destroy the anime scene in the States. Literally nothing good has come from the series, except for a few mildly entertaining brawlers.
 
Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 ReMIX (PS3) Review
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Written by Paul Agnelli   

Kingdom Hearts 2.5 HD ReMIX Box Art(http://www.kingdomhearts.com/index.php)  Rated E 10+ by ESRB. Kingdom Hearts fans your wait is over, the final installment of Square’s HD remasters of the Kingdom Hearts franchise is here. Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 ReMIX features HD versions of Kingdom Hearts 2 Final Mix and Kingdom Hearts Birth By Sleep Final Mix. Also included are HD cutscenes of Kingdom Hearts Re:coded. This is also the first time both of these final mix titles have been available in North America, and fans of the series should not miss out on this excellent bundle.

 
Lords of The Fallen (PS4, Xbox One, PC) Review
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Written by Josh Walters   

Lords of The Fallen (PS4, Xbox One, PC) Box Art(http://lordsofthefallen.com/)  Rated M by ESRB. Lords of the Fallen marks the developer CI Games’ first foray into AAA action RPG genre that lends itself to the framework established by the critically acclaimed “Souls” series, though falling short of that illustrious title. However, for a developer that previously released bargain-bin Nintendo DS games and budget shooters this effort is admirable and worth a look for those individuals who feel the wait between Dark Souls 2 (PS3, X360, PC) and Bloodborne (PS4) is taking a bit too long.

 
Grand Theft Auto V (PS4, Xbox One, PC) Review
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Written by Paul Agnelli   
Grand Theft Auto V (PS4, Xbox One, PC) Box Art (http://www.rockstargames.com/V/) Rated M by ESRB About one year later, and Grand Theft Auto V is now on PS4, Xbox One, and PC at long last. Players of the game original release could tell that the game really wasn’t optimized for play on the past-gen systems, but that never stopped it from being one of last year’s best games. Now, with all the new improvements, tweaks, and modifications, Grand Theft Auto V is still one of the best games to come out this year…again.
 
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