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The eternal conundrum.

Our Weekend In Gaming: To Weeb Or Not To Weeb

A couple of us are (somehow) already finishing up the school year in the latest Persona entry, but a few others are about to make the leap.  Will they survive the latest and greatest in Japanese High School Simulation Technology?  Will they discover things about themselves and their emotional baggage?  Will they complete the game before the heat death of the universe?  Find out on the next three hundred episodes of Weekend in Gaming!

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Get ready to twin-stick all over again.

Tango Fiesta Coming To The Xbox One On May 16th

Sure the Xbox One has plenty of characters, but what do they have in the way of action characters?  And I don't mean your Chief Mastersons and your Arbiters, I'm talking 80's take-no-prisoners action heroes.  The types of folks that are always here to kick ass and do another thing, but the other thing is never available for some reason.  Well, whatever the count, they're about to get more, cause Tango Fiesta is about to make its way to the platform.

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Nine year old maps for a two year old game

Remastered Zombie Maps Coming to Black Ops 3

Sure, the latest and greatest entry in the Call of Duty franchise was just recently announced, but that doesn't mean you can't still enjoy last year's entry, right? Jason Blundell, the co-Studio Head for Treyarch Games, took to JCBackfire's YouTube channel last week to announce a zombies bundle for Call of Duty: Black Ops 3. This new DLC for the game includes some remastered zombie maps from Call of Duty's past.

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Lessons learned and a clear directive shaped this sequel

Improved Action and Co-Op for Knack 2

Perhaps the most surprising title announced at last year's PlayStation Experience was Knack 2. After the lackluster reception of its predecessor, the fact that the name would ever be invoked again, much less in the context of "and here's a sequel to it," was something very few saw coming. A recent Polygon interview, though, has shed a little light on what happened, and how they've worked to make Knack 2 better in every way.

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HyperX's first mouse provides excellent comfort and convenience for the gaming minimalist

HyperX Pulsefire FPS Mouse Review

The HyperX Pulsefire FPS Mouse delivers on its promise for a smooth, responsive, and comfortable gaming experience. Although some improvements could be made to put its plug-and-play functionality more on par with customization software-driven mice, the Pulsefire is still able to stand out in the flooded market of gaming mice with its strong design for a reasonable price.

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