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Top 5 Super Addictive Mobile Games to Keep You Busy for Hours

Top 5 Super Addictive Mobile Games to Keep You Busy for Hours

When it comes to mobile games, you’re not always lucky. There are thousands of games out there, with only a few making it to the top. Even then, most of the games are either full of ads, have too many in-app purchases or are too exhausting to follow through. Even worse, some games are so hard to follow through that simpletons like me would rather not give it a chance. Read More
Are Games Worth Their Cost?

Are Games Worth Their Cost?

One of the biggest debates recently has been over the standard $60 price tag that goes on pretty much every game. A lot of gamers feel like the amount of content they get is diminishing. Others feel as though the game isn’t worth it due to the trade value offered by multiple retailers. Other players wonder if the pre-order system is nothing but a ploy to make fast cash of unsuspecting gamers. Read More
Agents of Mayhem — Review

Agents of Mayhem — Review

Agents of Mayhem goes all out as it fully commits to its cartoonish TV action roots, complete with catchy theme tunes and well-developed animated cut scenes. It’s not subtle in its love for the 90s and fans of that will find many welcome treats and nods to the past in this latest Volition title. In Agents of Mayhem, the world has been taken over in a somewhat hostile way by the evil L. Read More
LawBreakers — Review

LawBreakers — Review

LawBreakers is the newest hero shooter to hit the gaming market. It’s a fast paced 5v5 first person shooter that offers a freedom of both flight and movement like no other game on the market. It’s thrilling at times as you dance in the air, battling other players. All whilst trying to stay afloat just long enough to win the fight. There’s a great learning curve in figuring out the best way to stay afloat as you glide through the air towards opponents. Read More
Overwatch Summer Games 2017 Overview

Overwatch Summer Games 2017 Overview

It’s that time of year again where summer is winding down and schools are returning to session. While beach trips may be getting put to a halt the world of video games has decided to heat things up in August. This means that no matter whether you are a parent relaxing at home for the first time in months or a college kid returning to campus for the year there’s still some summer left for you. Read More
The Long Dark — Review

The Long Dark — Review

The Long Dark is a survival game that seemed destined to be stuck in early access forever. Thankfully the trend of games never quite making it out of the early access tag has now been broken. The Long Dark maybe one of a number of survival games, but to me, this one felt a little different. The game originated from Kickstarter and released on Steam as an early access title back in 2014. Read More
Batman: The Enemy Within Episode 1 — Review

Batman: The Enemy Within Episode 1 — Review

If there is anything players of the first season of Telltale’s Batman game should have taken away, it’s that no one is ever safe in these games, no matter who you are. The second season of Telltale’s Batman story is likely to be the same, and the first episode has hit the ground running. The ability of Telltale games to flip conventions is what I liked about their attempt at a Batman game. Read More
Xbox Game Pass Will Kill Your Free Time

Xbox Game Pass Will Kill Your Free Time

I know that some of us hard core gamers have already heard of and love the Game Pass from Microsoft. It’s old news, right? Well, not really. There are still a ton of games that don’t realize what all Game Pass can do for you – or to you. If you aren’t familiar with the Game Pass, it is a subscription service that started in June 2017 and gives gamers access to over 100 Xbox One and 360 titles. Read More
Learning Economics from Video Games

Learning Economics from Video Games

Ok, so let’s all be honest economics classes can be insightful, but extremely boring. They are slow paced which makes almost anyone not want to pay attention. You don’t get to work with any real finances only spread sheets that you fill out with the information you found online and if you lucky you may learn to properly balance out your grocery shopping. The problem with learning this way is that it’s completely non-interactive and pretty much equal to playing an extremely lifeless game of D&D. Read More
Danganronpa Series Overview

Danganronpa Series Overview

Danganronpa is a hugely popular series that gained its popularity due to its strange characters and unique storyline. The art style pops out against the grim backdrop of its universe and it dishes out as much dark humor as it can. Now that the first saga is over we are jumping into the third game installation known as V3. As such we have put together this article to feel you in on the gameplay and story for the complete first saga to get you all set to jump into this demented world ruled by Hope and Despair. Read More
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