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FIFA 18 comes out this Friday, and the summary of it is eerily similar to last years game: Pretty darn good. Gameplay is outstanding, running on the still fairly new Frostbite engine (debuted in FIFA last year), and looking as close to real as it can get. They have turned up the presentation a little, …

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A few months ago I discussed the 2017 Video Game Hall of Fame finalists (of which Halo, Pokemon, Street Fighter and Donkey Kong made it in), and now it’s time to shift over to the standard Toy Hall of Fame. The first class was inducted in 1998, and the hall has many great items in …

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Madden 18 came out this morning, and after playing it for a week now with EA Access, I’m going to give it an 8.5 out of 10, same as last year’s edition, since the improvements outweigh the failings. PRESENTATION The graphics have been moved to the Frostbite engine this year, and after FIFA’s successful launch last …

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I’ve finally found my first VR experience that I just don’t want to leave. It’s a game called Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes, and they aren’t joking when they say to keep talking. Keep Talking is a MultiPlayer game with one player in the VR (the bomb defuser) and the other players in the real …

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The video game Hall-of-Fame opened in 2015 with a hall that was headlined by Pac-Man, Pong, and Super Mario Bros, and rounded out by Tetris, Doom, and World of Warcraft. A year later The Sims, The Oregon Trail, The Legend of Zelda, Sonic the Hedgehog, Space Invaders, and Grand Theft Auto III were added to …

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