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Why LEGO Games are a Family Experience

If you've had the opportunity to play LEGO Marvel Superheroes 2 - from Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment and Travelers Tales - you will quickly understand that it is a love letter to the Marvel Universe. For those who want to see some of those lesser known heroes, they are here. For those who want Baby Groot and Star Lord: they are here. The variety of characters available in LEGO Marvel Superheroes 2 is phenomenal, and only made playing this title with my newly-minted-Marvel-fan-son ...

 

Easily Digestible : The EA Star Wars Battlefront II Scandal

If you travel in gaming circles, this news story has properly reached your ears by now. For those who don’t, it’s possibly still the most significant story they can hear of in the entertainment world. EA, otherwise known as Electronic Arts, is a truly massive publisher of games in the video gaming industry. They have titles such as Mass Effect, Fifa and Dragon Age under their wing. Not only this, but they are also in sole curation of the Star…

 

Games Reviews Holiday Gift Guide: Adventure Games

2017 was a great year for adventure titles, and there really just wasn't enough time to dive into everything was available. That being said, we've collected a few of our favorite games from 2017 below, ones we see as titles you just cannot miss playing. Let's see which games we felt were the best in 2017!

 
 

Middle-earth: Shadow of War Free Content Updates & Features Announced

Are you a fan of Middle-earth: Shadow of War? If so, you should check out the information below about the games upcoming free content updates and features! According to an e-mail we received from the Middle-earth: Shadow of War PR team, here are the upcoming free content updates and features for Middle-earth: Shadow of War: “Endless Siege – Defend your fortresses against Sauron’s forces as the Dark Lord tries to reclaim Mordor in the Endless Siege. (Available Nov. 21) Rebellion…

 

Assassin’s Creed Origins Review

Assassin's Creed Origins is a fantastic experience from start to finish, and very few things made my cringe in my current 40 hour play through. Full disclosure: I haven't done everything you can do in this game yet, but am planning to do so. What I have done though, is experience all the new mechanics Ubisoft has included in the title, as well as completed what I consider a pretty good story, at least when compared to other Assassin's Creed titles! How does it rank against all the other big ...

 

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 – Thor Trailer

Thor: Ragnarok is coming to theaters this Friday. Also coming this month is Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2! So, of course, the Lego people would want to have some kind of Thor crossover in their game right? RIGHT! Check out the new Lego Marvel 2 trailer below and then please come back for my impressions of it. Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2, much like Thor: Ragnarok, looks better and better with each trailer I see. This new trailer for Lego…

 
 

Assassin’s Creed Origins: Predator Bows Key to Infiltration of Enemy Areas

Although your original starting point of Siwa will be light on the restricted areas you can enter, when the large world of Assassin's Creed Origins finally does open up to you - especially in your first major city, Alexandria - you will realize that restricted zones are a dime a dozen. Enter them, and be prepared for a fight. Get spotted, and in certain situations, it is as good as a game over. There are ways to successfully enter, kill, and loot an entire location, but careful skill is ...

 

More Thoughts From Me #92: Happy Halloween!

Its Halloween again! I’m not sure if I mentioned this, I may have, but Halloween is my favorite holiday. I love candy, first of all, but I also love the spookiness of Halloween. I really like spooky movies, with vampires and werewolves and all that stuff. I do like some zombie stuff. I am a fan of The Walking Dead! Most of all, I just love this time of year. And I always find time to play some spooky game…

 

Assassin’s Creed Origins Recreates Egypt in Fascinating Ways

One of the better features of Assassin's Creed Origins is to snap photos around the world of Ancient Egypt and share them with friends. While you begin exploring the world and consulting your map to see which outposts and camps you might have missed, you are bound to see a number of photo icons dotting your map. Those are not objective, but simply photos taken by others that you can look at. After spending about a half hour last night looking at a bunch of these photos, I realized on thing: ...

 
 

Assassin’s Creed Origins: Autopilot and Senu

There are a number of things you can do in Assassin's Creed Origins that are never actually spelled out for you, and you'll need to learn to do it on your own. Some of these things are fairly minor and obvious, such as dipping your arrow in a fire to set it ablaze. Others, however, are not as obvious, and if it wasn't for all the good people on Twitter, I might have never known this was an option. I call it the Autopilot and Senu Scope technic, and it has changed the way I play Origins!