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Review – Madden NFL 15
By: | August 25th, 2014

When it comes to yearly installments of sports games, its all about steps being taken in the right direction.  It isn’t about drastic improvements or innovative modes.  Well, at least it shouldn’t be for you.  If it is, I am betting you are a Madden hater year in and year out.

While the pros and cons of yearly installments of games is an editorial in and of itself, this is the mindset I take when I sit down with a new Madden.  What I look for is improvements that takes the franchise in the right direction.  Improvements based on community feedback and criticism.  Something more accessible.  Something that continues to center itself around having fun.  Madden NFL 15 has this in spades.  But don’t think its not without its issues.

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Many arena games have come and went across a multitude of platforms. Although hardcore fans of the genre will find plenty of intricacies to soak up over the course of many months, the problem with a number of them is the fact that casual fans have nothing to do outside of multiplayer.

Although TowerFall: Ascension doesn’t have online capabilities, it still has plenty of legs even if you’re going at it alone. Oh, and it’s also a damn good arena game. Read more… »

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Review: Super Motherload
By: | December 7th, 2013

Digging games are truly a unique genre. They provide a sense of wonder and despair that’s hardly found in other titles, and the addicting nature of wanting to find out “what’s at the bottom” is practically unparalleled. Although the PC platform is filled to the brim with them, they hardly ever travel over to the console side — and never at the launch of a new system. But here we are with Super Motherload on the PlayStation 4, with four player co-op nonetheless.

But while Super Motherload gets so much right, a host of design issues and a general lack of pacing bring it down a bit.
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