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Pathologic – Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Taking Chances

Browsing my recently deleted items on my Documents drive is a stressful experience. A daunting anxiety builds within me as I slowly mouse over the ‘Empty Bin’ prompt, considering erasing these items from my computer permanently. Forever and always. Gone.

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By Thine Honour – For Honor Impressions

Those of us who signed up for the For Honor closed alpha have had  three days to experience the revolutionary game from Ubisoft. Most would be wary to give a Ubi game such an accolade, but after playing nearly an entire day across the weekend, I can safely say that–as far as multiplayer experiences are concerned–For Honor is indeed revolutionary. Read below to find out how.

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Bloodborne – I Spring Forwards, You Fall Back

I always find it humorous when people complain about the Spring season time change. Discussions like “What is the point of the system in the first place?” and “I’m so tired today, I feel like I’m jet-lagged from losing an hour’s sleep,” become as common a conversation as an impending Christmas or Thanksgiving.

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Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor – Lasting Influence and the Future of Tradition

Modern systematics behind stealth gameplay can be traced back as early as the NES era, and I’m not strictly referencing Metal Gear, here. Influential RPGs like Chrono Trigger arguably initiated the concept of sneaking around enemy territory to effectively ignore combat scenarios altogether.

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