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by Nick Puleo 0
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PC Gaming...IN YOUR LIVING ROOM

Alienware Steam Machine and Steam Controller Review

As a life-long PC gamer, the concept of a Steam Machine to me seems unessential. But in talking to someone who’s been a traditional console gamer, the appeal becomes a little more clear. It's a gateway that breaks down a traditional high barrier of entry. It provides a simple solution to access a library of thousands of PC titles with minimal knowledge of hardware and software.  A Steam Machine can be manufactured by anyone, in fact, you could technically build your own. Today we’re going to look at an offering from Alienware.

by Taylor Killian 0
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  • playstation 4
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Comedy is dead.

Zombie Vikings Co-Op Review

Video games, as a whole, have been mining Norse Mythology for ideas and story beats since someone said “let’s implement a story as to why these pixels just stabbed these other pixels.” And why not, right? Nordic myths are chock full of good versus evil, insurmountable odds, stalwart heroes, monsters and/or dragons, and a body coun...

by Nick Puleo 0
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Zombies still aren't boring.

How to Survive 2 Mixes Minecraft with Left 4 Dead, Hands on Preview

At New York Comic Con last week I went hands on with several 505 Games published titles. I rather enjoyed upcoming indie title Indivisible, which mixes side scrolling fighting with a JRPG style game. I also really dug checking out Adr1ft on the Oculus Rift, a truly unique experience for sure. But it was How to Survive 2 I was there to see for Co-Optimus; the upcoming sequel boasting 16 player server support and four player co-op.

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