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    • VGBlogger Year in Review: My Favorite Games of 2014

      I don’t know about you, but for me 2014 was largely a year marked by disappointment, both in gaming and on the personal side. I’m not sure what it is, but I find myself growing increasingly disinterested with the current direction game design is headed, particularly on the console side, which is a main reason why I have been turning more and more to PC games and indies.

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  • Review: Lords of the Fallen

    … In a world where no sin is forgotten, Harkyn is an imprisoned man seeking redemption. He may atone for what he has done, but it will only be an internal peace. True peace, where there is no conflict with the world nor with one’s own demons, will likely elude this man as his face is literally marked by his past. The evil things he has done before…

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  • Review: Gauntlet

    … if not used carefully. Overall, Thor is nice to have for his secondary attacks in a co-op group, but he’s the last class you should choose for solo play. Questor the Elf, on the other hand, is one of the best classes for playing solo, his rapid fire bow and arrow attacks capable of very quickly dispatching most enemies from a safe distance. The controls…

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  • VGBlogger’s 2014 Holiday Gift Guides for Geeks & Gamers: Comics and Novels

    …: Amazon.com BioWare’s Dragon Age universe has spawned a number of expansionary novels in the years since the original RPG, but this year alone, obviously to further hype for the video game launch of Inquisition, there have been three new additions to the series: Asunder, Last Flight, and The Masked Empire. While I haven’t read Asunder, I did get a chance…

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  • Review: Rollers of the Realm

    … Rollers of the Realm is a fantasy adventure RPG that is told by playing through various maps that take the form of pinball tables. Starting in a small village, moving to a castle, then a forest, a mountain, and culminating in an epic three-stage boss battle, each level of the game is designed around an element of that particular setting. Each…

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  • VGBlogger’s 2014 Holiday Gift Guides for Geeks & Gamers: Art Books

    … (Titan Books) — MSRP: $34.95-$60 — Buy From: Amazon.com – Standard Edition or Limited Edition I don’t think Mercury Steam has gotten enough credit for the monumental task and responsibility the Spanish studio took on to completely reinvent the fading but still beloved Castlevania series with a core fanbase resistant to change (as many video game…

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  • Review: Professor Layton vs. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney

    … the save point, the two pairs will eventually meet and begin to investigate Labyrinthia, the walled city with a medieval fantasy vibe they find themselves trapped in. The land is ruled by a man called the Storyteller who writes stories that always come true. A series of magical murders will lead them to seek the truth about the nature of the town…

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  • Review: Tetris Ultimate

    … Happy birthday, Tetris! You’re the big 3-0. It’ll be interesting to see if you hit your mid-life crisis at 40 like many humans go through, but that’s another 10 years away. For now you’re still going strong, as evidenced by yet another new release. Tetris Ultimate, out now on Nintendo 3DS with PC, PS4 and Xbox One versions on the way later…

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  • Review: Sneaky Sneaky

    … Not to be confused with the strikingly similar in appearance (and equally fun) Road Not Taken, Sneaky Sneaky is a new stealth puzzle/strategy game from indie studio Naiad Entertainment. Guess what? It’s about sneaking. A lot of sneaking. But, in a break from the more hardcore stealth games, this one doesn’t get bogged down in the die and retry…

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  • Indie Quickie: The Sun and Moon

    … It takes a lot longer to fully review a game than it does to get a good sense of what a game is. Even with a full-time staff of writers it would be impossible to fully review the thousands of games that are released every year. Indie Quickie is our way to offer snap impressions of the countless indie titles small teams and one-man game studios…

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  • Review: Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel

    … have in the previous installment. But what happens when numbers are thrown out the window and a game is mockingly called a Pre-Sequel? 2K Australia, in collaboration with series creators Gearbox Software, answers that very question with the release of a new Borderlands experience that takes place between Borderlands and Borderlands 2 and uses…

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  • Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Single Player Campaign Impressions

    … on my terms, at my pace. Call of Duty is Call of Duty. It doesn’t matter how many coats of future paint are slathered on it. It doesn’t matter which of Activision’s revolving door of developers is at the helm. It doesn’t matter if Kevin Spacey is cast as the headline Hollywood star voice actor. Call of Duty is what it is at this point–take…

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  • Review: Hyrule Warriors

    …, as all of the heroes have the abilities needed to get the job done: the ability to kill – sorry, “Knock out” – thousands of people on the battlefield. By mashing out a simple series of button combinations of light and area attacks the chosen hero will destroy possibly hundreds of enemies in a minute, if they are close enough together and he or she can…

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  • Review: Z-Run

    … Runners and zombie games are probably the two most pervasive genres in gaming today, so it was only a matter of time before the two came together as one. With a title like Z-Run, there is no hiding that this game is a zombie-dodging runner, which isn’t a half-bad idea at all. Sloppy execution is this game’s downfall. Z-Run comes with two modes…

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