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Oblitus (PC) Review
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Written by Josh Walters   
Oblitus (PC) Review (http://oblit.us/) Oblitus follows the tale of a small (note: Oblitus is Latin for “forgotten”), spear-wielding creature named Parvus who seeks to discover their purpose an origin within a strange realm. This is the 13th title by Connor Ullman, and maybe one of his most ambitious. This rogue-like platformer draws heavily from the patient, wait-and--see action of the Souls series, and stands out from other 2D titles with its unique take on procedural generation, awesome music design, and tight, enjoyable gameplay mechanics.
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Steam Machines: What They Mean for the Market and Which Consumer They’re For
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Written by Josh Walters   
Steam Machine In the coming weeks, valve will be showcasing the latest Steam machines to the media and game developers at GDC in San Francisco. Much has changed since their announcement in Fall 2013, so we’ll break it down and provide our insight as to how the Steam Machine will impact the gaming market.

 
Evolve (PS4, Xbox One, PC) Review
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Written by Paul Agnelli   
Evolve (PS4, Xbox One, PC) Box Art (http://evolvegame.com/) Rated M by ESRB Evolve presents gamers with a new take on multiplayer, while it is still Players vs Players, the playing field isn’t exactly the same for both sides. 4 players will band together as the hunters, which consist of different classes to choose from (support, medic, trapper, and assault class). The hunters all band together to fight the monster, a player controlled beast of massive size and power. A multiplayer game of this style hasn’t been done like this before, so how well does Evolve execute this new type of multiplayer? Turns out…the answer may vary depending on how you like to play your games.
 
Video Games of 2015: Quarter 2 Preview
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Written by Josh Walters   

Quarter 2 Preview

This article is the second part of a four-part series highlighting games due to release in 2015 that demand your attention.

 
Life Is Strange (PC, Xbox One, PS4) Episode 1 Review
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Written by Josh Walters   
Life Is Strange (PC, Xbox One, PS4) Episode 1 Box Art (www.lifeisstrange.com) Rated T for Teen by ESRB. Life is Strange is an adventure game about choices, consequences, and implications, and though the idea of a replay mechanic had me concerned, it presents a unique opportunity for players to make educated decisions regarding grey-area situations.
 
Games of 2015: Quarter 1
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Written by Josh Walters   

Q1Now that the excitement of the Holiday season is starting to fade, let’s take a look at which video games will be making a splash in 2015.

 
Grim Fandango Remastered (PC, PS4, PS Vita) Review
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Written by Paul Agnelli   

Grim Fandango Remastered Box Art(http://grimremastered.com/)
It’s been a long, long time since Grim Fandango has been seen in the eyes of the gamer public. Now, remastered in all of its day of the dead styled glory, Grim Fandango is back and only on PC, PS4, PS Vita, and Mac. It was originally developed by LucasArts, but now Double Fine took over re-release of this classic adventure game, which seems only fitting since Tim Schaefer created this game, and is now a prominent figure at Double Fine. The game won a ton of awards back in its original release in 1998, but didn’t succeed financially because adventure games were on the downfall in popularity. Grim Fandango is one of those rare, humorous, and adventurous video games done by LucasArts, and I’m so glad it’s finally back to be played on modern consoles.

 
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?”
 
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