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Schucht: The death of video game consoles

The idea of a game console is starting to become more technologically changed. Enter in the Valves Steam box that changes the notion to have a game consule and just needing an internet connection and tv to play video games.

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Mortal Kombat X Review

Mortal Kombat is one of the few titles in the gaming industry that can be said to truly live in infamy. The arcade original was miles ahead of the competition in its hyperrealistic depictions of gore and kung-fu violence. It was a pop culture phenomenon that left a generation of …

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Guitar Hero goes Live, and Star Wars hits the Battlefront. Check out the last week in gaming news

The last week in gaming saw the announcment of several new releases, including ‘Guitar Hero Live’ and ‘Star Wars: Battlefront.’

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Schucht: Top 5 Characters for Super Smash Bros. DLC

Nintendo’s biggest hit Super Smash Bros. franchise is adding characters into the game to become downloadable content. Here are 5 possible characters that would be make as great DLC.

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Gaming Week In Review: New Installments of ‘Deus Ex,’ ‘Call of Duty’ and ‘Tony Hawk’ on the horizon?

This week in gaming brings news of new releases, including installments from ‘Deus Ex,’ ‘Call of Duty’ and ‘Tony Hawk.’

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‘Ori and the Blind Forest’ Review: Old school design meets modern visual splendor in this throwback platformer

‘Ori and the Blind Forest’ combines the familiar elements of classic games with an original and visually stunning atmosphere.

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Acts that need to be in “Rock Band 4”

Harmonix is getting the band back together. Here’s who needs to be invited to Rock Band 4.

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Berg: ‘Battlefield Hardline’ makes cop work boring, as it should be

In campaign mode of ‘Battlefield Hardline,’ you get the chance to fight tanks against a madman, blow up helicopters from a turret and no longer be a good cop.

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Video games to binge-play over Spring Break

After the heat of finals, spring break presents the perfect opportunity to unwind with video games. Not leaving the house for 9 days is very reasonable.

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‘Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number’ Review: This sequel is a violent trip worth taking

Do you like hurting people? No? Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number will gladly change your mind.

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Gaming Week In Review 3/13

This gaming week comes with the hopes of Tron 3 and Titanfall 2 free DLC map downloads for a limited time. But sorry kids, Uncle Drake won’t be home for Christmas this year.

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Berg: A “Mature” Batman proves ESRB ratings have been stripped of meaning

The ratings ESRB produces provides security for the sake of games content but recently it’s actions are pointed out. The release of Batman: Arkham Knight and its surprising M-rating points to how correct the ESRB’s rating system is.

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Is Valve’s HTC Vive a step toward virtual reality? Read this week’s recap

This week in video games, Valve entered the VR race, Bethesda retured to Wolfenstein and EA closed the doors on a legend.

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What’s Batman Arkham Knight doing with an M rating? Check out the gaming week in review

Wondering what’s the word in the world of video games? Curious what big reveals to expect in the coming months? Get a head start on the rest of your clan with our Gaming Week in Review. Once again, GTA5 has been pushed. PC Gamers have a special relationship with Rockstar Games, …

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Berg: ‘Resident Evil’ remaster leaves disappointing impressions

Resident Evil is a franchise often criticized for “straying from its roots.” Ever since the structural reboot of Resident Evil 4, which brought the franchise near-universal critical acclaim, the franchise’s hardcore fans have stuck up their noses at any subsequent releases. They claim nothing since that seminal release has ever held up to …

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Your February gaming bargain guide

If your wallet is getting tight after a busy Valentines Day, or maybe just too many celebratory pints at Max’s, it might be time to start crunching the numbers and setting a budget. But that doesn’t mean you need to give up the gaming pleasures that keep you procrastinating long …

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A new Rock Band on the horizon? Read all the scoop in our Gaming Week In Review.

A long anticipated Sony game suns too short and Nintendo stock is stuck at port. That and more on this week’s Gaming week in review.

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This week in gaming news – week of 2/1/15

Curious what you missed in the world of gaming this week? Here’s a helpful rundown of all the stories that your nerdier compatriots will be chatting about this weekend. The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Netflix is currently in early development on a live-action TV series based on The Legend …

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Berg: What Clash of Clans' Super Bowl ad tells us about social gaming

Super Bowl commercials are often seen as a barometer of American culture. They’re what we talk about the next morning, and often how we know that a company has cash to throw around. You also very rarely see video games advertised during the game. This does make some sense; the year’s biggest …

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