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Fantasy release disappoints players

Fantasy release disappoints players

by KC Stanfield, Staff Writer // April 16, 2015

“Final Fantasy Type-0” was originally released at the end of the PSP’s lifespan in Japan only. Now that the high definition version has been released...

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Gaming Review: The Crew

Gaming Review: The Crew

by Max Saucedo, Staff Writer // January 5, 2015

Racing games seem to fall into two categories these days: the dedicate realism of your Gran Turismos’ and the over the top nature of Need for Speed with...

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The new face of video games

by Conor Nordberg, Staff Writer // December 8, 2014

How would you feel buying a book only to discover that half of its pages were missing? Or how about sitting down in a movie theater where the sound is...

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Indie video games provide great adventures for little money

Indie video games provide great adventures for little money

by Max Saucedo // February 2, 2014

Every now and then, I find myself overwhelmed by the enormity of the AAA releases, especially this past winter season. Considering that my pores may be...

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Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag is a mixed treasure bag

‘Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag’ is a mixed treasure bag

by Alek Sanchez // December 9, 2013

Because Black Friday already passed, and Christmas is just around the corner, games are one of the items most frequently on sale. When you’re dropping...

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Missteps keep Batman game from being great

Missteps keep Batman game from being great

by Max Saucedo // November 16, 2013

Nostalgia is a tricky thing. We can relive the glory days of “Batman: Arkham Asylum” and its sequel “Arkham City,” both of which were games of...

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League of Legends’ World Championships Elevates eSports Scene to the Masses

‘League of Legends’ World Championships Elevates eSports Scene to the Masses

by Alek Sanchez // October 20, 2013

In front of a sold out Staples Center crowd, 13,000 fans watched live as Korea’s SK Telecom T1 took home the $1 million prize for the third season of...

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Aztecs versus E3: Day Three Hands-On Preview

by Jordan Pollock // June 15, 2013

This year's E3 (Electronic Entertainment Expo) is probably the most explosive E3 in recent memory. With the announcement of the Xbox ONE and the Play...

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Aztecs versus E3: Day Three with Jordan Pollock

by Jordan Pollock // June 14, 2013

"Murdered: Soul Suspect"             Creative Director Yosuke Shiokawa of Airtight Games wondered “what if John McClane died during Die...

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Aztecs versus E3: Day Three with Cody Franklin

by Cody Franklin // June 14, 2013

Electronic Entertainment Expo 2013 went out with a bang for the Aztec Gaming crew. On previous day's we saw just a handful of games, but Day Three...

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Aztecs versus E3: Day Two with Cody Franklin

by Cody Franklin // June 13, 2013

Day Two of the Electronic Entertainment Expo was quite a ride. Open a full two hours longer than the previous day, I had a chance to get my eyes on...

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Aztecs versus E3: Day One with Jordan Pollock

by Jordan Pollock // June 12, 2013

This year's E3 (Electronic Entertainment Expo) is probably the most explosive E3 in recent memory. With the announcement of the Xbox ONE and the Play...

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