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Doom (2016) – Review

Doom is the first-person shooter genre distilled to an essence that’s mixed with and boiled in testosterone and adrenaline, concocting a true power fantasy that’s neither stupid nor childish, but one that invokes a cathartic chaos by assailing the senses.

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Eight Modes I Want To See In Overwatch (Game Informer)

Overwatch is at the height of its popularity, becoming Blizzard’s fastest-growing franchise ever with more than 35 million players. The developer has also led the charge in promoting the game’s burgeoning eSports scene with the Overwatch League, which boasted 10 million viewers during its first week of matches. It’s incredible to think how a…

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Call of Duty: WWII – Review (Push Square)

Each Call of Duty since Modern Warfare 2 has put the player in higher positions of power. Whether you’re the unspoken, do-it-all heroes of Modern Warfare 2 or the literal commander participating in all of Infinite Warfare’s combat, feelings of helplessness and limitations have been de-emphasized. This also extends to the series’ adoption of wall-running, boosting,…

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Destiny 2 And Dependence (Gamechurch)

    From destroying Wizards that came from the Moon to preventing the spread of SIVA, players that persevered in the original Destiny always rose to the top. Some Guardians with perfected Light levels even made some of the toughest Raids and Nightfall Strikes look like child’s play, in part…

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BioShock 2 – A.D.P. Review

“Keep your politics out of my games,” some people will say. There’s no place for promoting ideologies and bashing others in entertainment. Besides, videogames are about escaping reality to shake off the burdens and chaos we sift through in our everyday lives, right? It’s one thing to complain when videogames…

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