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Street Fighter V Review

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Strip the game down and start fresh has been Capcom’s mantra for Street Fighter V. Capcom wants a game both veterans and new players can enjoy. At its core, Street Fighter V features far simpler fundamental gameplay than its predecessor. Street Fighter V is great in its current form, but it will be even better post-launch as the year rolls on thanks to new content being released over time. It is a game that is easy to learn but hard to master and that concerns me. Read More

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LEGO Marvel Avengers Review

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

The LEGO games have always been known for their quirky humor. They’ve taken beloved characters from movies and turned them into silly, light-hearted versions of themselves. At least, most of them do. In LEGO Marvel Avengers, that humor is mostly absent and the characters haven’t changed at all from the movies. Read More

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Extreme Exorcism Review

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Playforms: PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Wii U, PlayStation 3, PC
We Used: PC

I have my suspicions that most people would stay six-hundred and sixty-six (666) feet away from a game with such a foreboding title. Fortunately, I don’t scare all that easily. So I had no issues giving indie title Extreme Exorcism a whirl. I came away pleasantly surprised with its frenetic, “kill or be killed” pace and its retro-cool pixel art style that sets the spooky tone rather well. Read More