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  • Roy Jones
    Published 3 years ago
    Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeroes

    Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeroes

    Before I continue this review, I must emphasise that I am a huge fan of Metal Gear but I must review this as a product for the casual gamer and not the hardcore gamer. Ground Zeroes was released about a year before the Phantom Pain and was billed as a prologue to the game.
  • Hassaan Ahmed
    Published 3 years ago
    GTX 1050Ti

    GTX 1050Ti

    I've been a gamer for years, but I didn't really have a choice as to what I wanted to play a game on. Earlier I just used to play every game on my slow PC on the least possible settings, and they were sometimes playable. Then I bought a console, and things seemed normal for some time. Then I just got into games like DotA or Counter-Strike Global Offensive which didn't require a lot of hardware and could run on nearly any potato.
  • Roy Jones
    Published 3 years ago
    Grand Theft Auto 4 Review

    Grand Theft Auto 4 Review

    Rockstar games are getting closer and closer to the ultimate crime simulator as continue to produce Grand Theft Auto for a multitude of platforms. The original was for the PC and PlayStation (one) and despite the 2-D graphics were instant hits due to their mature and violent content.
  • Rowan Marley
    Published 3 years ago
    Best Gaming Headsets for PS4

    Best Gaming Headsets for PS4

    The PlayStation 4 has some of the best gaming accessories on the market. It's a machine that allows you an almost full immersion into the gaming world, offers lag-free gaming, quality graphics, and also boasts some of the best titles in modern gaming.
  • Jesse Guerrero
    Published 3 years ago
    Summary of Minecraft

    Summary of Minecraft

    Minecraft is a three-dimensional game that uses blocks as the terrain and world. It is the second best selling game with Tetris being the first. In the 3-D world, there are different blocks with different properties that change how you interact with the world. It is also possible to build with blocks and fight bosses that are restricted in movement based on the blocks. The possibilities for creation are vast and the lack of guidance in completing the game is supposed to give players the feeling of greater achievement when they accomplish something.
  • Christopher Wolverton
    Published 3 years ago
    Chasing Styx

    Chasing Styx

    Chasing Styx is a run 'n' gun adventure game on Steam. The creators are an indie company named ForepawSoft. Chasing Styx is only ForepawSoft's second game, but it is done rather brilliantly in my opinion. What makes it even better is that the game is free. They are also currently in the middle of another game.
  • Jesse Guerrero
    Published 3 years ago
    Review On Pewdiepie

    Review On Pewdiepie

    The following video is Felix Kjellberg's most popular video. It is filled with the typical humor this YouTuber incorporates into his videos and community oriented challenges. He is both offensive and charismatic, making jokes on subjects very inappropriate in a face to face conversation.
  • Such A Geek
    Published 3 years ago
    1 Hour Review: Dragon Age Origins

    1 Hour Review: Dragon Age Origins

    (TL;DR is at the bottom of the review)
  • Beth Fascione
    Published 3 years ago
    Sunless Sea

    Sunless Sea

    I've always been drawn to dark stories. Perhaps that is why, when I came across a game instructing me to lose my mind and eat my crew, I had to add it to my steam library.
  • Such A Geek
    Published 3 years ago
    Cook, Serve, Delicious!

    Cook, Serve, Delicious!

    About a year ago, I had gotten a Humble Bundle which included a game that I was somewhat curious about, especially because the bundle that I had gotten it from was called ‘Aaargh!’ I’m sure that we’ve all been at that point where we’ve experienced games that are so frustrating that this sentiment, along with several very impolite things, would spill from our mouths. This game was called “Cook, Serve, Delicious!”
  • Novice Mode
    Published 3 years ago
    A Brief History of 'Armored Core'

    A Brief History of 'Armored Core'

    Armored Core! Armored Core. Armored Core…
  • Matthew Sullivan
    Published 3 years ago
    My Personal Video Game History

    My Personal Video Game History

    Have you ever wondered what video games got me into gaming or what I was playing during such and such console war? Well, lemme break it down for you.