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Yo-Kai Watch 2 Review

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Available On: Nintendo 3DS

While Yo-Kai Watch’s older brother Pokémon drops you into completely new worlds in each new game, Yo-Kai Watch 2 brings you back to the familiar city of Springdale.

More yo-kai, new features, and improved abilities build upon the successful ideas in the first game. But even time-travel doesn’t save it from the feeling that you’ve already done all of this before.

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FIFA 17 Review

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Available on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PC
We played on: Xbox One

FIFA 17 is a well-crafted homage to association football that treats fans to all of the game modes they have come to expect and  all of the players that they know and love. It doesn’t hurt that the game is also gorgeous to behold. Read More

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New Research Says Video Gaming Kids Are More Social and Smarter

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Conventional wisdom may still say video games are a bad thing, but the evidence is slowly piling up: moderate video gaming is associated with emotional and intellectual intelligence. A new study in Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology says video game use is associated with better academic functioning and sociability in grade-schoolers. Lee Banville, in an article in Games and Learning, interpreted the study for us non-medical types. Read More

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Pokemon Sliding into Splatoon

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Splatfests are one of the great things about Splatoon. These themed events offer a cool way to play the game with lots of other people rather than the basic multiplayer. According the Splatoon tumblr, the next Splatfest will be featuring Pokemon as a way to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of Pokemon Red and Pokemon Blue. And, you guessed it, those will be two teams you have to choose from in the event. Read More