Star Wars: Battlefront Blow Out — The Trailer, Release Date, and New Info Arrives For The Highly Awaited Game

by Matthew Legarreta

It’s a Battlefront Bonanza. First of all, sorry this grand news wrap-up is a day late — trust me, if it was completely up to me, I would have had this gone up like twenty minutes after yesterday’s big Star Wars: Battlefront panel at Star Wars Celebration.  But life had other plans, so here I… Read the full article

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In Other Non-News, Titanfall 2 Confirmed For Xbox One, Playstation 4, and PC

by Matthew Legarreta

Almost exactly a year ago, Titanfall was released for the Xbox One, Xbox 360, and PC.  Seriously, almost exactly a year — the game came out on March 11, 2014, a year ago to the date yesterday.  But though it’s only been a year since the original game came out, it’s far from too early to talk… Read the full article

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Watch This: A Full Street Fighter V Match!

by Cole Rush

Much to gaming editor Jared Russo’s chagrin, Street Fighter V was revealed as a PlayStation console exclusive at this year’s first PlayStation Experience. The highly anticipated fighter (well, I’m sure some people are anticipating it) will also release on PC. During this week’s Capcom Cup, the company gave the gaming world a taste of what’s… Read the full article

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A Bird Story Review: Light as a Feather

by Cole Rush

Freebird Games’ A Bird Story is a pseudo-sequel to the company’s To the Moon, in which two doctors traverse a dying man’s dream to fulfill his last wish. A Bird Story is a simpler but just as imaginative story that tells the tale of a young boy who befriends a bird. The tale takes place in his real life,… Read the full article

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Wander is a Sexy New MMO for PS4 and PC, Launching in 2015

by Cole Rush

Man, 2014 has absolutely nothing on the promise of 2015. This year is riddled with broken releases and over-hyped, low quality games. But soon enough, this crappy gaming year will make way to the (hopefully) greener pastures of glorious 2015, where we’ll see Zelda for Wii U, Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End, and approximately one… Read the full article

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