Riptide GP2 Xbox One Port Review

Riptide GP2 on Xbox One is the latest game release from developer Vector Unit. Gamers coming from Xbox 360 may remember their debut release Hydro Thunder Hurricane which splashed onto systems in 2010. This beloved sequel to Midway’s Hydro Thunder was everything we wanted it to be. I am pleased to announce that Riptide GP2 delivers some of that same excitement, just in a smaller package. In Riptide you race

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Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel Review

It is difficult to write about a sequel to a game series without at least mentioning those that came before. When Borderlands released in October 2009 it delighted gamers and critics alike who snatched up over 2 million copies by year’s end. The unique blend of first-person shooter mechanics and a loot-driven role-playing story successfully bridged the gap between several genres. Borderlands 2 released three years later in 2012 and took us

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In a previous article I asked you—dear readers—“Is there a right way to enjoy a game?” as I talked about “the controller setting” that has turned the gaming community upside-down: Inverted Controls. In the aforementioned article I rambled about my own reasoning behind Inverted Controls, how I got used to this control setting, and how does it feel to be “that guy” who messes up with your normal non-inverted control

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Guilt Pile Podcast EP22 – New Year Revolutions

The Guilt Pile Podcast is a regular discussion formed around our seemingly endless backlog of video games that expands with each new release. We know we aren’t the only ones who have many games piled up, begging to be played. We hope to stimulate some desire in tackling this (nearly) impossible task while we talk about games and industry topics both new and old. It’s the first episode of the

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