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Recently I took the dive and got a Sony PlayStation 4 Pro (PS4 Pro), to put alongside the Xbox One that I have gathering dust in my room. The reasons the Xbox has been sitting unused is really simple: The game selection has dwindled in recent years, with only about one or two games a year …

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About a year ago I talked about the coming of Xbox Game Pass, and they seem to have had a fairly successful launch. And despite the price tag (only $10/month) I haven’t bought it yet, always saying that there weren’t any real games that I was interested in…and the ones I was interested in were …

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It’s been eight months since I reviewed FIFA 17 and it’s time to look back and see how it’s holding up. Presentation and Graphics have not faltered since day 1. I have spent hundreds of hours on it, and never hit a glitch or bug in the system. They added ‘goal review’ to the game, but …

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Two and a half years ago Electronic Arts launched EA Access, and finally Microsoft and Xbox is catching up to the future of gaming. In the next few months Microsoft will be rolling out “Xbox Game Pass” and for $9.99/month you get access to a full library of games. They are promising over 100 games …

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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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I recently needed to renew my XBox Live membership, which runs at $60 for 12 months. Upon looking on Amazon I found the electronic delivery (in which they email me a code) to be $59.90…and an actual card mailed to me was $49. The logic in this makes no sense, but it can only be …

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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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