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Marvel’s Avengers Review

Released yesterday, Marvel's Avengers is, surprisingly, the first big-budget Avengers game available on PC and current-gen consoles. Despite the overwhelming success of Marvel's movies and TV shows in the last 12 years (since 2008's Iron Man re-ignited their franchise), their heroes have been noticeably absent on the gaming scene. Other than some mobile games and the latest installment of the always enjoyable Marvel Ultimate Alliance series, fans have been left waiting for a triple-A Avenger's title for almost a decade. Now, Marvel's Avengers is here and it's ...

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Two DC Comics Games Revealed

On Saturday, DC Comics held a digital event called DC Fandome. During the event, they revealed two new games: Gotham Knights and Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League! We have details on both games below. On Saturday, DC Comics held their digital DC Fandome event. Two new games were revealed! Here are the details: Gotham Knights Gotham Knights is developed by WB Games Montréal and will be published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment. In Gotham Knights, there are four characters…

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Volcanoids Review

Volcanoids is an early access co-op survival shooter and base builder from similarly named indie developer, Volcanoid. In a genre that is chock full of popular titles and where competition is fierce, it is not easy for an indie developer to break in, especially with such an ambitious project. Will Volcanoids drill through that barrier or will it explode under the pressure? Let's take a look and find out!

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The Division 2 Warlords of New York Review

Last month, Ubisoft dropped the expansion that promised to rekindle the dwindling fires of The Division 2’s hype and excitement. Featuring a full-fledged campaign, 4 new districts to explore, a raised level cap of 40 and an overhaul of many core game mechanics, who wouldn’t be excited to step back into the world of The Division 2 and enjoy what the Warlords of New York has to offer? I know I couldn’t wait to see how it all played out – let’s take a look together!

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Zombie Army 4: Dead War Review

Released earlier this month, Zombie Army 4: Dead War is the sequel to the Zombie Army Trilogy, which in turn is a spin-off of the Sniper Elite sharpshooter series. In Zombie Army 4: Dead War, you will continue your journey through the Nazi zombie-infested landscapes of 1946 Europe. Featuring a full co-op mode and all of the bullet-time, skull-exploding goodness that has become synonymous with the Sniper Elite universe, ZA4 looks to solidify itself as a serious contender in the zombie co-op genre. Will it succeed or will it simply come and go, as so many ...

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