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Destiny: Rise of Iron – Review

Robert Parris offers his thoughts on Destiny’s newest expansion

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The Best Things in Life are Free(ware)

You can get a lot for free, bottle openers, frying pans, and even decent games. Here are some great free games that you can play

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World of Warcraft: Legion

World of Warcraft is, with the exception of a few hiccups, still very much in the bright light

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God of War Retro Review

God of War first released onto the PlayStation 2 in March 2005. A lot has happened since then…

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Does anyone need the PS4 Pro?

At an event held in New York on the 7th September, Sony unveiled two new versions of the PlayStation 4

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Why E3 2016 may be the best year yet

E3 2016 is less than two months away so it is time to start getting hyped up. Can Microsoft, Nintendo, Sony and the rest deliver some blow-out news that will make this years E3 the best in a long while?

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Bravely Second: End Layer – Review

Stephen Lewis takes a look at the sequel to 2013 3DS hit Bravely Default

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Is hype everything?

Can hype make or break a game? Is it better to go in blind or set your expectations high for a game you know you will play? Is hype everything? Stephen Lewis ponders and answers this question below

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Pokémon Red/Blue & Yellow – Retro Review

It has been 20 years since Pokémon first hit the shelves and to celebrate, Nintendo has re-released the games that started it all. But do they hold up today? Read on to find out.

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Where’s My Mommy? – Review

Should ‘Where’s My Mommy?’ be placed on a pedestal or should it get flushed away with the rest of the unmentionables. Read on to find out

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Xenoblade Chronicles X – Review

Xenoblade Chronicles X is a massive game and one that truly shows off what the Wii U is capable of. But is it worth your time? Hear Joshua Goldie’s thoughts

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The Witness in motion

The Witness was released recently to a lot of positive acclaim but that does not make it avoid of controversy. One issue that has not been addressed as much is how the game can cause motion sickness. Learn more about this issue below.