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Last Day of June Review

About a week head of launch, 505 games sent out a press swag bag to promote the launch of Last Day of June. Knowing this was the same team that published Portal Knights - a game I really loved - I jumped at the opportunity to get a hold of their next published game. When the care package arrived at the door, it included three items: a short note written on a card from 505 Games, a pair of glasses that matched the ones Carl wears in the game, and a box of tissues. The second I saw the tissues, I knew that, in their eyes at least, 505 Games saw Last Day of ...

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Knack 2 Review

If you've had the pleasure of playing the original Knack title, you'll remember it was a charming, underrated experience that was mired by mediocre scores from media, but generally favorable scores from actual players. Well, it's 2017 and Knack is back for a second adventure. While not a ton has changed between these two titles, a few years has made Knack 2 a far superior product.

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Unique Features Add New Fun to DRAGON BALL Xenoverse 2 for Nintendo Switch

DRAGON BALL Xenoverse 2 is heading to the Nintendo Switch on September 22nd, and today, Bandai Namco unveiled a new features trailer for the unique Nintendo system. With tons of ways to play, Xenoverse 2 is looking to be one of the most featured DRAGON BALL titles released to date. Check out the different ways you can play below!

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Astro A10 Headset Review

When you first hear the word Astro Gaming in the video game marketplace, you probably are thinking about a headset that is more than likely way outside your price range. For the longest time, this statement would have been, for the most part, very true. However, Astro has taken a stab at the entry level gaming headset with the launch of the Astro A10 headset; thanks to Astro Gaming, we were able to review the PS4 version over the last month! See what we though below!

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Turtle Beach Stealth 700 and Stealth 600 Avaialble at Retail Today

Today, Turtle Beach announced the worldwide retail availability of the Stealth 700 and Stealth 600 headsets. When we originally posted the announcement of these two new headsets, we commented on the wireless connectivity for the Stealth 600 and 700 on the Xbox One. That means no cords and no connectors, but rather a headset that functions much like your Xbox One controller. Here are more details from Turtle Beach PR.

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Pixel Perfect: Why Retro Gaming Was Better!

Yes, it's a controversial statement to make, but think about it, modern gaming with all its bells and whistles doesn't really measure up in comparison to games from 20, 25, or even 30 years ago.

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LEGO Ideas – Old Fishing Store Now Available

The LEGO Ideas Old Fishing Store is no available, and with its release, I see LEGO moving more and more towards LEGO aimed at mature audiences. There is nothing flashy about this set for kids, but has a beautiful aesthetic that will definitely catch the eyes of LEGO adult fans around the world. With over 2000 pieces - including many unique and exclusive pieces - this is likely to be a major hit for The LEGO Group!

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Worms W.M.D. is coming to Nintendo Switch

Ready for a turn-based strategy game with worms for the Nintendo Switch? If so, you should check out the trailer below for footage of Worms W.M.D! Worms W.M.D is coming to the Nintendo Switch later this year. It is a unique turn-based strategy game staring Worms. I’m not sure what to think about this first trailer. There looks to be a lot of different aspects to the game. However, the trailer makes it look more like an action game or…

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Game of Thrones Conquest Coming to iOS and Android

Like most popular TV shows in recent memory, Game of Thrones will be getting yet another iOS and Android, free-to-play experience in the near future, and people are being encouraged to pre-register for the game to secure their in game bonus worth roughly $50 USD. Here is a brief description of the title, courtesy of Warner Bros. PR in Canada:

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Observer Review

The thrilling video game marketplace has been steadily growing for the last 15-20 years, and Observer is just the latest in a long run of cyber-punk games to enter this particular marketplace. Creating a great thriller title for console is fairly hard - movies work because the directors have all the say, but in video games, you the player decide what to do and where to go, which can take away from the intended experience. Thankfully, during my play through of Observer, I rarely felt this to be the case!

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