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Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture Review

Published on August 24, 2015 by in Review

I already know the response this review will bolster because Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture is the latest in the “walking sim” genre, coming from developer The Chinese Room (Dear Esther, Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs), and probably one of the more polarizing releases this year.  You see, I’ve been quite fond of walking sims as

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Godzilla (PS4) Quick Look

Published on July 20, 2015 by in video

Godzilla released on the Playstation 3 in Japan last year and aside from getting slammed for its technical flaws, it was also said to be a pretty boring game to play. This initial look does make you want to pick the game up, and the PS4 upgrade definitely irons out all the tech hiccups, but

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Playstation 4 Unboxing Video

 

 
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Countdown to the PS4: Preparation Guide

We are here, the moment has arrived.  In less than 12 hours we, as well as any crazy enough to do a midnight launch on this cold night, will have a Playstation 4 in hand.  By this time tomorrow the numbers will be even higher and the PS4 frenzy will be under way.  Stay tuned

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Countdown to PS4: ResolutionGate

Let’s talk hardware.  Base hardware.  Real tech stuff.  As the launch of both next gen consoles approaches it never ceases to amaze me how many sites want to create mountains out of mole hills and generate stories where there really isn’t one.  Of these stories, the raging debate over which console is “stronger” or “better” is low

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Countdown to the PS4: Killzone’s Story So Far

While I’ve been a hardcore fan since the second game (I played the original but didn’t much care for it), most people managed to skip the series due to its long development delays, similar aesthetic to other shooters of the time, and much better marketed titles from both Sony internal (Resistance 2) and competitor Microsoft

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Countdown to PS4: Unboxing Videos

Greetings Everyone!  The PlayStation 4 is less than a week away (woohoo!) and in honor of this upcoming launch we have a couple of unboxing videos.  Please note that we will be providing an unboxing video and intro to the console itself next weekend, as well as a “how to” video on swapping your hard

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Consoles Cannot Be Like Steam (Including Pricing)

Published on July 31, 2013 by in editorial

Let’s face it, this has been one dead summer.  On the plus side I’ve been barreling through my pile of shame at a maximum pace, had the time to pay attention to far too many indie titles, and of course I’ve been enjoying the Steam “Summer Getaway” sale.  This was my first year enjoying a

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Untouched Potential

Published on July 17, 2013 by in editorial

It’s summertime and you know what that means.  For most gamers, regardless of platform, that means you will be digging deep into the “pile of shame” and completing titles you left untouched when the industry was overrunning us with releases.  Some of us have endless stacks – Chip’s third world country of sealed titles says,

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Begun, This Console War Has

Published on June 12, 2013 by in editorial

It was the number heard across all enthusiast press sites, feeds, and liveblogs: 399.99.  At that moment Sony undercut Microsoft’s 499.99 price tag on the Xbox One.  Much like Sony had done with the original Playstation, performing the same $100 less trick against Sega’s Saturn thanks to its later press conference back in 1995, the numbers speak

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