Author: Kevin

What Would It Take To Get Me To Buy An Xbox One

I hear at least once a week if not more, “Kevin, you should buy an Xbox One….”. So I thought it was fitting to contribute to “Xbox Week” here with an explanation why I do not have one, and what it would actually take to get me to purchase one. So let’s start with why I don’t already have one, no it’s not because I’m “Anti-Xbox” or anything as people might initially think. Long ago I did in fact own an Xbox 360 and I have played almost every entry of Gears of War, well at least 1,2, and...

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Akiba’s Beat Review – PS4

NEET: Short for “Not in Employment, Education, or Training.”Typically considered to be underskilled shut-ins who live by themselves in humble yet comfortable apartments, NEETs are known to mooch off their parents’ good will to play video games and watch anime all day instead of looking for work. Asahi Tachibana is a textbook NEET, living a lazy, cozy life in Akihabara, the infamous Tokyo suburb renowned for its proliferation of anime and video game merchandise, maid cafes, pop idols, and all other forms of counterculture indulgence. To him, every day is Sunday, and every Sunday is a fun day. Little...

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Why is PSVG obsessed with GFuel? (Product Review)

It all started as an idea I had for an article. We’ve all been bombarded if you are entrenched in gaming culture with energy drinks, mountain dew ads, and now this new gamer focused drink mixes (C4 Cellucore, Mixt, and GFuel). So I thought it would be worthwhile checking them out and writing about my experience with them (taste, quality, do they actually work, etc) so I did. Ironically enough I did not start with GFuel, but I certainly ended it with it. I opted to start with Cellucore’s C4 formula because it was available to purchase in store...

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Herald Book I & II are 20% OFF on GOG.com this weekend – April 7-10

Herald, a game we are currently in the process of reviewing so stay tuned for that, this one shouldn’t be missed and so far has gotten pretty positive reviews, is on sale for the weekend! In short, Herald plays as a mix between a point-and-click adventure and a visual novel; a game in which your choices influence the story, with a ‘period drama-esque’ setting inspired by the 19th century. The game features a diverse cast of 13 fully voiced characters and 3000+ lines of dialogue. The Story In Herald you are Devan Rensburg, a man of mixed heritage living...

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Subsiege – Initial Impressions

In 2063, the world we know has ended. The climatic disaster, overpopulation and extensive consumption have resulted in the depletion of all natural resources on the continents. Now, the last resources on earth lie 30.000ft below the oceans’ surface. An underwater resource war has broken out – with you as commanding officer right in the middle. Your mission: Secure the earth’s last resources in the embattled deep-sea. Subsiege is an intense real-time tactic game with focus on massive 12 player battles. In a grasping deep sea world, you command a hand-picked squad of hero-like units to contend merciless sea...

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