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Monthly Archive for April, 2016

Analog Addiciton The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD Review

Analog Addiction Nintendo Editor Robbie Key writes: “Twilight Princess HD was a better experience than I remember it being during my play through of its original release nearly 10 years ago. While its still by and large my least favorite game in the series, mostly thanks to Wolf Links numerous tedious aspects, I still had much fun on my journey, which is filled with much to see and uncover. The dungeons and bosses are among the least difficult in the entire series, but TPHD still provides players a worthwhile journey that will take at least 25 hours to complete. Its texture upgrades and 1080p resolution output look great on a high-definition display, but it might not be enough to entice second-time players to spend another $50 on the same game. On the other hand, those who have never played TPHD will certainly not be disappointed.”

Analog Addiciton The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD Review

Rainbow Six Siege, Rainbow Six Vegas and Rainbow Six Vegas 2 bundle discounted on Xbox One

The Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege with Rainbow Six Vegas and Rainbow Six Vegas 2 bundle for Xbox One has been discounted to $28.99.

Rainbow Six Siege, Rainbow Six Vegas and Rainbow Six Vegas 2 bundle discounted on Xbox One

Review: The Climb – You rock, rock | Destructoid

DTOID:

“Crytek is a weird company. It hit it off fairly well with the original Far Cry, and then pumped out a series of uninspired shooters in the form of the Crysis series, which were carried by the beautiful CryEngine and its benchmark capabilities. In the last three years or so, it also made Warface and Ryse, both of which were about as underwhelming as Crysis.”


Review: The Climb – You rock, rock | Destructoid

Amazon opens preorders for the PlayStation 4 version of The King of Fighters XIV

Preorders are now available for the PS4 version of The King of Fighters XIV on Amazon.

Amazon opens preorders for the PlayStation 4 version of The King of Fighters XIV

A closer look at the contents in Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Special Edition

A closer look at some of the items being included in Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Special Edition.

A closer look at the contents in Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Special Edition

Sébastien Loeb Rally Evo Review – TeamVVV

Sébastien Loeb Rally Evo is a mixed bag overall, let down by dated graphics, poor sound and a frustrating difficulty level that wont be for everyone.

As a spiritual successor to Richard Burns Rally however, Sébastien Loeb Rally Evo succeeds in spades. Despite its flaws you have to commend Milestone – releasing a new hardcore rally IP was a brave move, and while the gamble hasn’t entirely paid off, Sébastien Loeb Rally Evo is easily their most ambitious game to date.

If you can look past its subpar presentation, Sébastien Loeb Rally Evo is a rewarding rally game with deep driving physics, authentic stages and an ample amount of content that rally enthusiasts will relish.

Sébastien Loeb Rally Evo Review – TeamVVV

ESL are right to say no to Team YP

The Electronic Sports League (ESL) has banned a team from its competitions because it is sponsored by pornography website YouPorn.

ESL are right to say no to Team YP

ShockCast Ep. 2 Localization & Console Exclusives

In this weeks episode of the ShockCast, the DualShockers team talks about all things dealing with localization and console exclusives.

ShockCast Ep. 2 Localization & Console Exclusives

Video Games and Happiness Share a Bit in Common

Its been awhile since Twinfinite Videos Yami has tried to make a metaphor between gaming and real life work, but bear with her.

Video Games and Happiness Share a Bit in Common

Zombie Shooter City Z Releases on Steam

Stick it out in a Zombie ridden town in VR.

Zombie Shooter City Z Releases on Steam