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Will We Ever Get a Rainbow Six Vegas Sequel?

Rainbow Six Vegas 2 was released over 8 years ago, and many consider it one of the finest examples of tactical co-op action. Some consider the game the best online casino game, or rather, a game set in a casino. But the recent release of Rainbow Six Siege has fueled the fire for another, proper, Rainbow Six title. And while it may have scratched that cooperative itch with its terrorist hunt mode, lacking a proper story made it a lower barrier to entry.

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Plarium's Versatile MMO Games Catalogue

There are very few gaming company that hold so many good games in their browser catalogue. Most of the time we concentrate on one specific game to review but this time we are going to take a look at the free online games that Plarium Online Games browser catalogue offer to millions of gamers every day.

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Rory McIlroy PGA Tour Review and Impressions

Like Tiger Woods golf game in real life, his status with EA Sports has also fallen. The 2015 version of PGA Tour is the first to not feature the famous golfer, instead opting to go with the other half of the 2014 cover in Rory McIlroy. The game is the first "next-gen" golf game from EA, built on the Frost Bite engine which powers the Battlefield franchise. What this means is you have more detailed courses and golfers. What it means to EA Sports is you have an opportunity to have a little fun.

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NHL 15 Review

Hockey is my sport. It's the one I follow the closest, have followed the longest, and love the most. Hockey video games are the reason for it, with NHL on Sega Genesis being a game that absolutely made me fond of the fastest game on ice. The latest in the series is the first on the Xbox One and PlayStation 4, and with that come some concessions.

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Madden NFL 15 Review

Madden has long been a series I’ve admired, enjoyed, and played since the early days of the SEGA Genesis when it went head to head with Joe Montana football. It’s been interesting to watch the sports simulation genre grow and mature over those years, with each passing iteration the ultimate goal to create a game that mimics its real life counter part. It’s easy to argue every year that the game is the “most realistic” to date, and this year’s Madden is no exception. But I think we’ve gotten to a point where it almost comes at a cost.

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