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Rise of Venice – Review

October 10th, 2013 - Reviews

When it comes to Strategy and Simulation games, I’ll be the first to admit I’m not the biggest fan. I do get into my fair share of titles in the genre though, such as the Civilization games, early Sim City entries, and a few war-based titles on the computer that escape me at this time. But, I’m always willing to

Persona 4 Golden

October 10th, 2013 - Guides

Persona 4 Golden is a remastered version of the original PS2 game onto the PS Vita. It is part of a spin-off series of Shin Megami Tensei. You play as a transfer student who is from the city but has to move to Inaba which is a rural town which nothing much happens in. But these strange murders start to show up, there's a strange rumor going about the school that you will see your soul mate appear on TV at midnight on rainy days. Although, you soon discover that this isn't what it might be intended for.

Rock Out with Rocksmith 2014

October 10th, 2013 - Article

Since the music game genre took off , everyone has been trying to find a way to introduce players to news ways of playing. It first started with the plastic guitars, then progressed to singing and other instruments. But no one really captured the authentic process. Not until Rocksmith entered the scene and allowed players to really learn the songs

Castlevania: Lords of Shadow Collection...

October 10th, 2013 - Article

For all your avid Castlevania fans, you’ve probably already played through Lords of Shadow, completed it, bought the DLC and worn the t-shirt. Well, for everyone who hasn’t played the first Lords of Shadow, now will be your chance to pick up the title for a respectable price. It will include all DLC, a demo for Lords of Shadow 2.

GTA Online: Review

October 9th, 2013 - Reviews

It has been a little over a week since Rockstar released their much anticipated multiplayer update to the biggest game in history; GTA V. With the game selling close to 20 million units so soon after launch, it was inevitable that the servers would have teething issues coping with the traffic. However there have been a few gigantic issues that

Gearing Up: October

October 8th, 2013 - Article

Here on Lead Example we like to do things a little differently, and our news and articles are no different. Rather than flood you guys with unless posts of news updates, we’re going to try something a little different and put together a monthly overview. October is a busy month for gamers, as the year is winding down, and Christmas

Foul Play: Review

October 5th, 2013 - Reviews

Foul Play is a charming little game brought to the Xbox Live Arcade and PC by Mediatonic, an indie game developer behind several games you’ve probably never heard of, such as Monsters (Probably) Stole My Princess, Must. Eat. Birds., and Robot Unicorn Attack Evolution, among others. Obviously inspired by other recent entries in the genre, Foul Play has you filling

A.R.E.S. Extinction Agenda: The...

October 3rd, 2013 - Article

Aksys Games has always been a publisher that I always walked into with an open mind. While they technically have a niche following and output, it is a surprisingly broad one thanks to releasing various genres, but keeping them within a generally similar look and feel. They’re the kind of group that when you hear the name, you know instinctively

Foul Play

September 26th, 2013 - Guides

Foul Play is more than a title. It's also a concept and running theme. Baron Dashforth and Mr. Scampwick are the lead protagonists of a series of five plays that depict events from their daemon hunting exploits, all performed on a grand stage before an audience. Your goal is to wow the crowd while also putting an end to the daemon kind, and exploring what it has to do with the Baron's father.

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