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Blazblue ChronoPhantasma: Kokonoe

April 3rd, 2014 - Guides

Kokonoe is the daughter of two of the Six Heroes, Jubei and Nine. So if it wasn't for her love of science, she would be one of the most powerful characters in the roster. Although she still is as she has a ton of attacks, she is mainly a rush down character which means, no room for the other player to land in an attack. She is the current leader of Sector Seven, a group that is the exact opposite of NOL by the use of science rather than the Ars Magus as well as being very much against the NOL.

What happened to expansions?

April 1st, 2014 - Article

For anyone who’s been around the gaming world long enough, you will know the word expansion. Or more commonly known as DLC (Downloadable Content) by today’s standards. Looking back over the years, it’s become quite obvious that slapping game add-ons into most titles is a way to make a quick buck or two. This isn’t always the case, but it

Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2...

March 27th, 2014 - Reviews

In the main game of Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2, you played as Dracula and in Revelations, you get the chance to play as his son, Alucard.  So is the DLC worth it? Read this review to find out! Unlike the last game’s DLC, this isn’t actually required.  It is not the next chapter in the game, it is simply

SoulCalibur Lost Swords

March 18th, 2014 - Guides

SoulCalibur Lost Swords is a Free To Play version of SoulCalibur series. It is similar to Tekken Revolution however it focuses mainly on single player play (you need to be connected online to play though). The game is currently only available on the Japanese PSN Store with no word of when it will be released to western regions. So if you are wanting to play it but afraid you may not understand it enough to pick up all the trophies, then this guide may come in useful for you.

Dark Souls 2: Review

March 16th, 2014 - Reviews

Dark Souls II is the third installment in the Souls series. But is it really worth playing?, is the impending doom that awaits you really worth your time, frustration and punishment? The Souls series is one series where you either love or hate it. It’s harsh, punishing at times and very unforgiving to newcomers, but Dark Souls II sets to

South Park: The Stick of Truth –...

March 13th, 2014 - Reviews

Since South Park: The Stick of Truth was first announced at E3, fans have been patiently waiting to get their hands on what promised to be one of the best games in the franchise’s history. Over the years, the title received plenty of delays, and was even announced to be censored over seas due to some of the questionable material.

Generation Lost?

March 8th, 2014 - Article

I’ve been biting my tongue a little bit with the step through to the new generation. Mainly because it’s just one of those things I’ve not taken part in fully yet. I’ve yet to own either Xbox One, or PS4. But the obvious next gen titles are also coming to the PC platform which I’ve been playing. So, I’ve been

Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 –...

March 6th, 2014 - Reviews

Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 is the follow-up of the first game and Mirror of Fate.  In this game you play as Dracula who is usually the character you always have to defeat in the Castlevania series, but wouldn’t it be cool to play as the villain for once? Read this review to find out! While it has definitely decreased

Battle for Lion’s Arch

March 5th, 2014 - Guides

After Scarlet attacked Lion's Arch, it was left in ruins. It's now up to you and your fellow survivors to take back Lion's Arch and finish Scarlet off for once and all.

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