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‘Final Fantasy VII Remake’ showcases spectacular combat and a re-imagined look at a beloved...

Courtesy of Square Enix The word ‘final’ in Final Fantasy is very oxymoronic from a series perspective. How can something be so final if it has 15 different...

Riot Games’ attention to balance and optimization proves that the ‘Valorant’ beta is heading...

Courtesy of Riot Games Beginning April 7, a handful of lucky people who connected their Twitch account to their Riot Games account were able to obtain a key...
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‘Doom Eternal’ proves that more isn’t necessarily better

Courtesy of Bethesda Softworks Hype for the Doom franchise has been reignited ever since “Doom,” (2016) a reinterpretation of id Software’s classic title, ended up surprising audiences by...
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Adorable and easygoing, ‘Animal Crossing: New Horizons’ is the perfect game for waiting out...

Courtesy of Nintendo After the November 2012 release of “Animal Crossing: New Leaf,” fans had to wait seven years for the next entry in the series, but the...

‘Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot’: a satisfying retelling of Goku’s timeless adventures and battles

For 30 years, “Dragon Ball Z” (DBZ) video games have tried to capture the experience of playing through the events of the series. While these titles would capture the fighting and story aspect of...

Hideo Kojima’s cinematic vision: ‘Death Stranding’ tells a complex story of a fractured world

After three years of much speculation and debate, gaming icon Hideo Kojima has finally delivered his newest title, “Death Stranding.” Kojima’s focus on cinema and theater in “Death Stranding” is utilized to great effect...

Luigi returns with his most creative adventure yet in ‘Luigi’s Mansion 3’

Luigi has finally returned to ghost hunting in his biggest outing yet, “Luigi’s Mansion 3.” Released on Halloween, the game signifies a true return to form after “Luigi’s Mansion 2: Dark Moon,” which was...

‘Call of Duty: Modern Warfare’ strives for strategic gameplay, but inevitably encourages camping

Infinity Ward’s “Call of Duty: Modern Warfare” is aptly named: old but new. The infamous first person shooter brings back loads of old mechanics such as killstreaks, frag grenades and, of course, modern terrain....

“Mario Kart Tour” burns out by offering nothing new and pestering players to pay...

One of Nintendo’s most anticipated mobile games has finally been released as “Mario Kart Tour” brings pure chaos to smart phones everywhere. While the game brings the fun of playing Mario Kart in a...

“Mortal Kombat 11” fumbles but still manages to deliver on a great addition to...

2015’s “Mortal Kombat X” was met with wide praise as it revitalized the series and brought with it meaningful changes to the combat system that add to the series’ relevance and success.  NetherRealm Studios...