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Warface is Cryteks latest release in the First Person Shooter genre. The title takes place in several locations but has taken advantage of the fully online and free-to-play model. So does Warface make you want to jump up and scream, or does it make you want to range and show your Warface? Warface is a fully online multiplayer title. Unlike

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Titanfall is the first installment from Respawn Entertainment. A studio formed from Call of Duty vets from the days of Infinity Ward. So how does that Titan fight end. Will it become victories of the multiplayer  genre, or will it fall and crumble under the other multiplayer giants? Titanfall takes place in a world where Titans are in rampant production

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Some of you may have already heard of Loot Crate, me personally, I just stumbled upon it recently and decided to investigate further. If you’re not familiar with these sorts of things, Loot Crate is a monthly subscription service which sends out a box of gamer related collectibles for a small fee. After learning more about Loot Crate, I decided

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Puzzle PC Review based on Windows 8 version Publisher: Microsoft Studios Developer: Microsoft Studios Release Date: April 17th, 2014 Download Link * Secrets and Treasure: The Lost Cities is a new entry to the Windows Game Story from Microsoft Studios that initially found a soft release in Canada. It’s one of those newer entries that requires the Windows 8.1 upgrade

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Table of Contents Campaign Game Modes Leveling Challenges & Progression Misc   Campaign Militia Pilot Completed the Militia campaign The campaign mode is made up of 9 missions which are a mixtures of Attrition and Hardpoint game modes. The campaign is much like the general multiplayer, though it has a short storyline tied into the experience. You’re still facing other

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Telltale Games has just released the next episode in their latest comic book inspired Adventure series The Wolf Among Us. It follows the gross misstep from the previous entry Episode Two: Smoke and Mirrors, which left many gamers understandably let down by how little it did to advance the plot, make them feel for the characters, or even grab the