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Splinter Cell Chaos Theory 10 Years On: What Makes A Simulation Game

Today is the 10th anniversary of what is often called one of the best stealth games ever and one of my personal favorite games of all time. 2,009 more words


Rezzed 2015 - Volume

I have something to confess…I have never played Thomas Was Alone. I just knew what I read about it. Still, when the opportunity to interview Mike Bithell on his new game came along, I didn’t miss the chance. 1,084 more words


Throwback Gems: WinBack

WinBack was developed by Omega Force, and released in 1999 for the Nintendo 64, then 2001 for the PlayStation 2. WinBack in my opinion was a under rated third person shooter game, which was a lot of fun back when I played it. 380 more words

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Sniper Elite V2

As if I don’t have enough back logged games as it is, Xbox has been giving us free games for awhile now. The other day Sniper Elite V2 was up for grabs, I’ve never played the series, never really planned on it. 558 more words

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Number 3: Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor

There is no reason this game should have been good.  Like, at all.  It’s clearly an Assassin’s Creed rip off, to the point where the developers don’t even hide the assets they’ve taken from that game, with the combat system from the Arkham series dropped into it.   1,175 more words

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Thieving in the Shadows

It has been way too long since we have been given a Thief game, the last one Deadly Shadows released back in 2004. Naturally it was nice to find out another game was in development, even if it was labeled as a so called revival of the series. 639 more words

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The Black Sheep of the Assassin Family

I’ve been intrigued by the reviews of Assassin’s Creed: Rogue. Although it was brought out in the shadow of its bigger, next-gen only brother – … 723 more words

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