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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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Today’s “Desert Island” category will be Video Games. This has gotta be the best island ever, with it’s unlimited consoles and renewable energy powering everything…although my legs are starting to get tired from pedaling. Grand Theft Auto V — Really any from this series would work, but as each one has gotten better graphics and …

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EDIT: GAMEPLAY REVIEW BELOW Today was supposed to be all about Tom Clancy’s: The Division video game. But then I started playing, and while the graphics are great, and NYC looks how it should, the gameplay is just an unknown commodity. It’s unknown because unlike other games The Division needs an internet connection to be …

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Over the weekend I finished Batman: Arkham Knight (minus a few riddler tropies), and initiated the Knightfall Protocol. This game was a great end to the trilogy, featuring a heavy storyline, and some very good gameplay. Focusing on the Arkham Knight (who remains masked and anonymous for most of the game (although hints are dropped …

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EA Access is the new subscription-based service being offered by Electronic Arts. While originally going to be offered on all next-gen gaming systems, Sony turned down the offer, leaving it as a Microsoft exclusive service for now. For only $5 a month, or $30 for the year, this service is a no-brainer for any gamer. Access …

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