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Halo 5 and beyond: Everything you need to know about Halo’s future

Halo 5 and beyond: Everything you need to know about Halo’s future

Aug 18, 2014

As is the case for about a year when most new consoles launch, PS4 and Xbox One are in the midst of a dry spell, especially in terms of exclusives. Sure, the PS4 just saw a visually polished re-release of a masterpiece in The Last of Us, but there aren’t any newly acclaimed titles to speak of. For both consoles, their best days are yet to come. Xbox One users,...

Top 5 Reasons Why You Should Be Excited for Titanfall

Top 5 Reasons Why You Should Be Excited for Titanfall

Mar 5, 2014

You played in the beta, or worse, heard about it from your friends. You’ve seen the leaks,  the GIFs. You’ve heard the buzz. Now we’re in the calm before the storm that is Titanfall, the next game from the architects of Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare and the current FPS boom. A lot about the game was kept extremely quiet before the beta began,...

Halo: Spartan Assault Review

Halo: Spartan Assault Review

Feb 12, 2014

The Xbox One will never been as powerful as a PC, but they now share a few things in common. Not only is the previously Window’s 8 exclusive Halo: Spartan Assault now available for download on Xbox One, but the title supports a nuisance that is the bane of every PC gamer’s existence since the dawn of PC gaming – HaloSpartanAssault.exe has...

Nice Guys Finish Best: Thwart Annoying Gamers the Nice Way

Nice Guys Finish Best: Thwart Annoying Gamers the Nice Way

Feb 5, 2014

One of the great achievements in gaming is the advent of easy to use online multiplayer. No longer are you required to sit by yourself for hours playing an enjoyable video game while listening to music. Now you get to play less enjoyable video games while being called a “faggot cunt” after getting knifed for the 50,000th time while play a...

Top 10 Scary Moments in Non-Horror Games

Top 10 Scary Moments in Non-Horror Games

Nov 8, 2013

They say the most successful scares are the ones you don’t see coming. When you play a horror game, you know you are going into the game expecting to wet your willy, so the scares that hit you are much less effective. Take Dead Space for example, a truly terrifying game, but by the end of the first and throughout the sequels you grew accustomed to the...