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E3: Games that Don’t Go Boom, but are Fun Anyway and Have Bacon

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E3, the Electronic Entertainment Expo, invaded the Los Angeles Convention Center and environs from June 12-16, and left craziness and delight in its wake. I’ve never been a great fan of the shoot’em up games, so I searched the humongous displays in the Los Angeles Convention Center for build’em ups. I found two: a relative newcomer, 'Farming Simulator', and the newest iteration of a classic, 'Sid Meier's Civilization'. Read More »

PC Game Review: ‘Homefront: The Revolution’

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Some games have such terrific concepts and ideas that you try very hard to like them more than they deserve. Homefront: The Revolution from Deep Silver is one of those games. It has a great view of a city overrun by foreign parties and the effort to take it all back, tied to some generally interesting gameplay mechanics like modifiable weapons ... Read More »

PAX East 2016 Game Preview: ‘Seven – The Days Long Gone’

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I love games of all types – racing games, Lego games, first-person shooters, third-person shooters, and RPGs of all types – but the type I have a true weakness for is isometric RPGs. If they are done right I lose myself in those games; I just enjoy the perspective of seeing the world and controlling my character as he/she interacts with ... Read More »

PAX East 2016 Preview: Thumper

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'Thumper' is a captivating experience that immerses you in a virtual electronica cyberspace, and it is one to grab if you are getting the Playstation VR system. It will also be available in non-VR modes on Steam and PS4. Read More »