Battlefront II Beta Thoughts: A Great Game, With A Major Sore Spot

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By: Tyler Miller

After almost a week of being live, the beta for Star Wars: Battlefront II will be over soon. I didn’t get to jump in until it was available to everyone, but after spending the past few days playing the beta, I’ve gotten a full view of the game and it’s mostly positive. Continue reading

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Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue Review

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By: Tyler Miller

It’s been four years since the long awaited Kingdom Hearts III was announced and the game still hasn’t been released. To fill the time and to catch people up on what’s been happening in the story, Square Enix has given us PS3 collections of the games in the series. This year, PS4 players have yet again been given another collection in the form, and although there is some fun stuff in here, there isn’t a lot of it. Continue reading

Mirror’s Edge Catalyst Review

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By: Tyler Miller

When the original Mirror’s Edge came out in 2008, it was a cult hit. The gameplay was unique for one taking place in a first-person perspective, and it looked good graphically too. While it’s story wasn’t the best, it wasn’t a bad one either. After years of waiting for some sort of new entry in the series, fans finally got their wish in the form of 2016’s Mirror’s Edge Catalyst.

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Super Mario Odyssey Has A Release Date

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By: Tyler Miller

Super Mario Odyssey is primed to be one of the best games of the year from a gameplay and graphical standpoint, and we finally have a release date for it. The game will be coming out October 27, so put in your forms to take the day off now. You’re going to want to spend all your time playing this game, as it looks to be loads of fun.

Metroid Prime 4 Is Happening

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By; Tyler Miller

No you aren’t dreaming. Metroid Prime 4 is a real game that’s in development. Nintendo didn’t reveal anything else about the game during the trailer aside from the fact that it’s in development, so expect to wait quite some time for this game to come out. After their E3 Spotlight, Nintendo revealed that the game will not be developed by Retro Studios, the developer of the first three Prime games. It will instead be developed by a new development team. Producer Kensuke Tanabe will still oversee the development of the game though.