Thoughts on Nintendo Switch (Part 1)

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Published on: 19/02/2017

  Part 2 should be up before Nintendo Switch is released. Apparently this site has been hacked by Anonymous Ghost Gaza, or probably someone who has no balls to attack major gaming websites who sell their credibility to adverts and sponsorships. Attacking a small gaming website which promotes uncensored opinions is shameful. Here’s the article:[…]

DLC Watch: Final Fantasy 15

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Published on: 09/11/2016

As if the game can’t get any worse, it hits a new low today by unleashing 16 DIFFERENT TRAILERS FOR PRE-ORDER DLCs. I never seen anything like this, the addition of DLCs already turn me off the game but these Pre-Order DLCs just disgust me. I hope these DLCs are timed exclusives and would be available to[…]

Steam’s problems with Mods

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Published on: 16/10/2016

Here’s a question all steam users ask: Why do you have to pay to get certain mods? The answer is pretty ridiculous: More unnecessary money. Thus people are getting ripped off. Nexus has its own complications, you have to subscribe to use those mods it provides on the site, and not only that. You have[…]

Problems in gaming #1: DLCs

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Published on: 16/10/2016

Ryuixion here. I’m a new writer for Gamingrev. I hope you enjoy the article. It will be part of a series of articles by me that examines the current problems in gaming. Downloadable content, or more commonly known as DLCs are additional content created for a released video game. They usually come after the game…but[…]

Rimworld: The sad tale of Smelly’s Rest

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Published on: 05/10/2016

I want to tell you a story. A story that unfolded over 10 hours of me playing the indie resource management game RimWorld. I know that the emergent storytelling in this game is something that many have talked about, but my experience was so emotionally involving, so real, that I had to share it. My[…]

Trials Fusion – ft. Coldplay’s “Fix You”

Trials… Ubisoft’s pioneer in 2D dirt biking platformers. An overwhelmingly simple formula injected with some seriously potent supplements through the years – I’ll happily dish out free handshakes to anyone who can identify another game featuring a cat riding a unicorn. But I’m getting ahead of myself. Trials originated as a free to play browser game back when the[…]

Dead Space 2 – Introduction and Review

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Published on: 24/09/2016

Sequel to the first Dead Space game, Dead Space 2 features the return of everyone’s favorite Necromorph slaying bad-ass, Issac Clarke. At the beginning of the game you’re thrown right into the action as Issac Clarke awakens in an asylum on the Sprawl as Franco Delille attempts to free him. Franco’s appearance in the game[…]

Copious amounts of ‘Blood and Wine’

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Published on: 23/09/2016

The gargantuan and sometimes daunting size of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt‘s (2015) explorable world was such that it took me a year to complete, albeit still with a full to bursting log of uncompleted quests! To my dismay the incredible quality demonstrated in the character and story design, as well as the intricate attention[…]

Final Fantasy VII – my first favourite game

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Published on: 22/09/2016

At the age of seven, gaming was very much something that held a sense of wonder and enchantment for me, and I guess not much has changed over the past twenty-odd (plus a few…) years. It took a long, hard think to come to a final decision on what I’d call my first favourite game,[…]

NINTENDO STORE IN NYC GRAND RE-OPENING 2/19/15 RECAP AND REVIEW

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Published on: 22/02/2016

Did you miss the Nintendo store grand re-opening event in New York City this Friday? Was you there? Either way, here’s how it all went down. The store opened 12:00pm with cutting the red ribbon ceremony with Charles Martinet the voice of Mario, Luigi, Wario and Waluigi. Pretty cool, if the line didn’t wrap around[…]

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