Previews

Preview: Penarium

I’ll be honest with you: after a couple hours of checking out pixelated, indie offerings from

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Preview: Sheltered

Those at Unicube, the developers of Sheltered, must have had one big collective nervous breakdown as

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E3 2015 Preview: Chibi-Robo! Zip Lash

Nintendo has built its empire on the side-scrolling platformer. Some may have changed over the years,

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E3 2015 Preview: Guitar Hero Live

Do you remember the first time you ever played Guitar Hero? That incredible feeling like you

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E3 2015 Preview: Star Wars: Battlefront

Cautiously optimistic. That’s how I would describe how I was feeling before my hands-on time with

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E3 2015 Preview: XCOM 2

Aliens dictators. Nazi space monsters. Googly eyed, green-skinned overlords. In XCOM 2, the aliens have won and

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E3 2015 Preview: Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End

After Uncharted 4’s explosive showing at Sony’s E3 2015 press conference, my faith had been somewhat

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E3 2015 Preview: Beyond Eyes

Beyond Eyes is trying something very unique, but in my hands-on time with the game, I

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E3 2015 Preview: Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam

Nintendo is damn good at taking old things and making them new again. Mario & Luigi:

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E3 2015 Preview: Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst

Before it was announced at EA’s press conference in 2013, nobody believed it would come back.

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E3 2015 Preview: No Man’s Sky

I’m a No Man’s Sky believer. As Fox Mulder would say, I want to believe… but

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E3 2015 Preview: Total War: Warhammer

Straight off the bat, Total War: Warhammer means two things to me. First, it gives developer Creative

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E3 2015 Preview: Rise of the Tomb Raider

It pains me to say this, much as the totality of the events of the first

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E3 2015 Preview: Resident Evil 0 HD

Resident Evil 0 is getting the same treatment as the Resident Evil remake, and I couldn’t

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E3 2015 Preview: LEGO Dimensions

Games requiring physical add-ons are becoming more and more popular. Activision proved with Skylanders that there

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September 2015 releases