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Inifnite Warfare Review

Once again, Call of Duty has another title added to the long running franchise and it wouldn’t be a Call of Duty game, without a mix of love and hate from the community. Those that are enjoying Infinite warfare, seem to be rather happy with the title. Those that are not as happy, are either playing Modern Warfare Remastered or simply traded their game back and accepted the loss. Of course, there are other scenarios, but these are the most common.

Titanfall 2

Titanfall 2 offers a lot more than I think many of us expected. Personally, I had high hopes for a good multiplayer game, but put little thought into the campaign. The original Titanfall did not have a campaign and although we were all informed the sequel would have such a feature, no one could have guessed just how great it would be.

Battlefield1 Review

Battlefield1 released worldwide on Friday and it did not disappoint. For several years now, First Person Shooter fans have been asking for a war game that takes us back to an older war setting. I believe the most popular war asked for, has been World War II. It makes sense, during WWII there major advancements in technology and weapons alike. With everything invented, there's always someone out there working to improve it. Well, the same goes with video game development and DICE has gone above and beyond to improve the Battlefield series.

RIGS Mechanized Combat League PSVR Review

RIGS Mechanized Combat League is the initial entry into eSports through VR and it does it well. While we may have sometime before we see VR as a steady eSports component, RIGS shows you the impact virtual reality could have, when done correctly.

Entering the world of RIGS has the same elements of many sports titles. You have a manager, teammates, ranks and championships. Not to water down sports games, but I’m trying to keep the concept simple, rather than dissect every aspect of different sports titles.
So, simply put, RIGS has those elements listed above and then some.

Official Esports Minor League

There are a lot of ways you could explain what a gamer is. There are different levels, if you will. We have casual gamers, they tend to dabble in simpler games here and there, without much commitment. Core gamers, perhaps the largest in terms of numbers. Core gamers play several times a week, enjoy a larger scope of games than casuals and tend to be happy go lucky. Finally, we have the hard core gamers. Hard core gamers enjoy a huge array of games, dedicate themselves to completing and competing. They put the most time into gaming and are self aware they fall into the hard core level.

Modern Warfare Remastered - Revisited - Re-reviewed

Revisiting the Modern Warfare campaign is certainly something special, to say the least. Whether you’re a returning veteran (like myself) or new to playing the original Modern Warfare, there’s something for everybody, though vets of the series will likely appreciate the experience much more.

MWR is gorgeous on many levels. Going into the game felt old and new at the same time. As I went through my training in the very beginning, nostalgia quickly settled in. I remembered playing through the original campaign, but not in its entirety, if that makes any sense.

Understanding the PS4 Pro

There seems to be a lot of half truths floating the internet and social media regarding the PS4 Pro. Perhaps the only consistent truth is that the console doesn't come with a 4K Blu-Ray Drive. That being said, I’m going to go down the line here and explain what the PS4 Pro has to offer to gamers that use a 1080p and or 4k HDR ready tv.

PS4 Pro Understanding

PS4 Slimmer!

As we already knew before, the PS4 Slim is an actual console slated to be released on September 15th, 2016. A few weeks back, the PS4 Slim was introduced to the world through online auction sites as several of the consoles were apparently stolen from a manufacturing company in Europe.

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