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The Witcher 3 (PS4, Xbox One, PC) Review
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Written by Josh Walters   
The Witcher III: Wild Hunt (PC, PS4, XB1)  Box Art (http://www.thewitcher.com/)

I did it. I completed The Witcher III: Wild Hunt today after well over 8 days of in game recorded playtime in my first playthrough, and I couldn’t be more satisfied with an experience that will undoubtedly go down as one of the best RPGs of all time. You may be questioning the delay of this review, but when I set out to play and review this title, I wanted to give it the justice it deserved considering the amount of time, dedication, and love poured in by the developers at CD Projekt Red.

 
Q.U.B.E. (PC, PS4, Xbox One) Review
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Written by Paul Agnelli   
Q.U.B.E. (PC , PS4, Xbox One) Box Art (http://qube-game.com/) Getting into Q.U.B.E., I knew it was going to be a puzzle game, but the intriguing mystery behind your character was something I didn’t quite foresee. Q.U.B.E. stands for Quick Understanding of Block Extrusion. If you couldn’t tell from that title, Q.U.B.E.  involves blocks, and solving puzzles with blocks. As you progress through the games different sections these puzzles add in more elements and get much more difficult to solve. Don’t be so quick to judge, because a puzzle game about blocks can prove to be an equally difficult and rewarding experience.






 
Onechanbara Z2 (PS4) Review
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Written by Paul Agnelli   
Onechanbara Z2 (PS4) Box Art (http://www.onechanbaraz2chaos.com/) Everyone’s favorite bikini samurai squad is back! And actually made it to the states! It always is nice to see games that aren’t as widely popular or niche games make it over to the US, instead of forcing people to import games and go through that lovely ordeal. Onechanbara Z2 (which I’m going to refer to as Z2 to safe myself a little time) adds more fun and action to the Onechanbara series, giving players 4 bikini samurai to choose from during missions, each with their own unique play style and combo sets.




 
E3 2015 round up
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Written by Benjamin Widdowson   

E3 2015 (Photo: Ben Widdowson)Well friends, E3 has come and gone again, but this year was like no other in recent memory. Gaffs, poor marketing choices, and flubs have been the legacy of the convention for many since giant enemy crabs in 2006. 2015 will probably go down in history not just for the awesome announcements from Bethesda (more on that below), but also the most savage and brutal beating in the history of console wars. How and why, you ask? Read on!

 
Batman Arkham Knight Review (Xbox One, PS4, PC)
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Written by Paul Agnelli   
Batman Arkham Knight Review (Xbox One, PS4, PC)Box Art (https://www.batmanarkhamknight.com/)

After the disappointment that was Batman Arkham Origins, I was glad to see developer Rocksteady back at the helm of developing a third batman game to their personal Batman trilogy. Their Batman games just kept improving, and although I found it hard to believe that they could possibly improve upon the masterpiece that was Arkham City…somehow…they did. This entry picks up after the events of Arkham City, with Scarecrow releasing his deadly fear toxin upon the city, thus forcing the citizens of Gotham to evacuate. Gotham’s remaining population is down to some notorious villains, criminals, some friendly faces, and the big bat himself…Batman. Fans of the series will love this massive new playground to play in, and newcomers to the Batman franchise will be introduced to one of the finest open world experiences on next-gen consoles.

 
Duck Game (PC) Review
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Written by Paul Agnelli   
Duck Game (PC) Box (http://store.steampowered.com/app/312530/) What do you expect going into a game titled Duck Game? Ducks? Quacks? Maybe a few delicious bread crumbs tossed around? Another silly simulator game where I can live out my dreams of becoming a beautiful mallard? Actually….it’s none of these things. Yes, you play as ducks, but these ducks you control are a part of a quick up-to-4-player death match shooter! You can also dress your ducks up in hats/masks, which is fantastic. But does this duck-based game prove to be more than just a pretty duck?

You bet your duck it does.


 
Axiom Verge (PC) Review
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Written by Josh Walters   
Axiom Verge (PC) Box (http://www.axiomverge.com/) Those familiar with the great Joss Whedon are familiar with his recent work on the Avenger’s movies for Marvel Studios as writer, producer, and director if his films. Tom Happ, much in the vein of the aforementioned film giant, is the sole developer, artist, and musician of Axiom Verge, the result of nearly 5 long years of determined work (an incredible feat considering Happ commitment to working full time). Though not restricted by the technical limitations of the era, Axiom Verge draws heavily from the NES/SNES era of gaming, and, at first glance, could be mistaken for a Contra/Metroid reimagining. The sounds, layouts, and graphics harken back to an era where games were simple, yet relentlessly challenging, and while the graphics are absolutely gorgeous, the gameplay what separates this gem from many retro indie titles flooding the market in recent years.



 
Chroma Squad (PC) Review
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Written by Paul Agnelli   
Chroma Squad (PC) Box (http://www.chromasquad.com/) Have you ever been watching Power Rangers and thought, “Gee a tactical RPG about Power Rangers sure would be a swell game!” ….No? Really? Never thought about it? Well aren’t you glad the folks over at Behold Studios did all that thinking for you then? Chroma Squad is just that type of game, a tactical RPG that follows five stunt actors who quit their jobs to start their own Power Rangers based TV Show! It’s up to you, the player, to make sure their show is profitable, popular, and that your characters are properly equipped to handle the enemies at hand. I never would have imagined this mash-up would ever work, but it does, and Chroma Squad is the most fun I’ve had with a tactical RPG in a long time.

 
Killing Floor 2 (PC) Beta and Early Access First Impressions
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Killing Floor 2 (PC) Box (http://www.killingfloor2.com/) Killing Floor set the stage for cooperative first person shooters when it released as a mod nearly 10 years ago, and again in its retail incarnation in 2009. The series excels in its formula, pitting squads of players against increasingly difficult hordes of zombies, leading up to climactic boss battles. Each wave is divided into rounds, where players can use their currency to purchase new guns, armor, ammo, and even trade with other players.

 
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