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Game Review: Honor, Blood And Brains In ‘Warhammer 40,000: Regicide’

Game Review: Honor, Blood And Brains In ‘Warhammer 40,000: Regicide’

October 1, 2015

By Steven Wong GamerHub.tv (TNS) Take “Battle Chess” and add in a little tactical combat with a “Warhammer 40K” flair, and you have “Warhammer 40,000: Regicide.” This game combines the cerebral strategy of chess with the sheer brutality of “Bolters and Chainswords.” That might sound...

‘Madden NFL 16’ Review: Roughing The Passer

‘Madden NFL 16’ Review: Roughing The Passer

September 17, 2015

By Asif Khan GamerHub.tv (TNS) The exclusive deal between Electronic Arts and the NFL can be a double-edged sword. The lack of a viable competitor to the Madden franchise can sometimes yield a mediocre annual release, but the exclusivity can create amazing experiences when the full force of the NF...

Game Review: ‘Until Dawn’: Here Comes The Sun

Game Review: ‘Until Dawn’: Here Comes The Sun

September 15, 2015

By Daniel Perez GamerHub.tv (TNS) I feel there’s always been a time and a place for teen horror films in all of our lives. Growing up, they serve as a great introduction to more hard-core horror films that may traumatize most adolescents, which could lead to sleeping with a nightlight well into...

The “Resident Evil” Remakes Just Keep On Coming As Capcom Has Remade a Previous Remake Of The Classic Game That Kicked Off Survival Horror, “Resident Evil.” And, Boy, Is It a Stinker.

The “Resident Evil” Remakes Just Keep On Coming As Capcom Has Remade a Previous Remake Of The Classic Game That Kicked Off Survival Horror, “Resident Evil.” And, Boy, Is It a Stinker.

February 5, 2015

Nostalgia is a funny thing. It can be used to reminisce about days gone by when times were more simple. It can also be used to reflect about some of your decisions in life, both good and bad, as well as loved ones who may no longer be with us. Music, television shows, and films can all spark nostalgi...

Virtual Reality Isn’t Just For Video Games

Virtual Reality Isn't Just For Video Games

January 12, 2015

By Tracey Lien Los Angeles Times LAS VEGAS _When people think of virtual reality, they think games. Put on a helmet where VR systems are being demonstrated, and chances are you'll be immersed in a video game. Here you are in a spaceship cockpit. Now you're driving a race car. Oh, look, you're dodging...

Troy Baker Talks ‘Call Of Duty’ And ‘Far Cry 4’

Troy Baker Talks ‘Call Of Duty’ And ‘Far Cry 4’

December 4, 2014

By John Gaudiosi GamerHub.tv (TNS) Veteran video game actor Troy Baker is starring in most of the biggest blockbusters on store shelves this Christmas, including Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment’s “LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham” and “Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor.” Baker talks abou...

‘Epic of Kings’ Brings Console Action To Mobile

‘Epic of Kings’ Brings Console Action To Mobile

November 25, 2014

By John Gaudiosi GamerHub.tv (MCT) Developer Dead Mage Game Studio was founded to develop engrossing fantasy action adventure games like “Garshasp: The Monster Slayer.” A few years ago, the studio shifted its focus to mobile games. On the heels of “Shadow Blade” comes “Epic of Kings,” a ga...

PC Gaming Thrives Despite New Consoles

PC Gaming Thrives Despite New Consoles

November 25, 2014

By John Gaudiosi GamerHub.tv (MCT) Although much of the focus of mainstream press is on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Wii U, PC gaming is thriving today. Thirty-seven percent of the U.S. population over the age of eight currently plays PC games for an average of 6.4 hours per week, according to Understan...

Why Video Game Sound Is So Powerfully Bonding

Why Video Game Sound Is So Powerfully Bonding

September 9, 2014

By Brian Crecente McClatchy-Tribune News Service (MCT) Nostalgia sometimes comes in a thick soup of buzzes, beeps, trills and, of course, wakka-wakkas. That cacophony of sounds paint an audio landscape that any child of the 70s’, 80s’ or 90s’ can pick up in an instant: The arcade. It is so specific, so senti...

New Video Games Aim To Be Deeper Than First-Person Shooters

New Video Games Aim To Be Deeper Than First-Person Shooters

By Todd Martens

February 25, 2014

Los Angeles Times (MCT) LOS ANGELES — Miguel Oliveira is developing a video game in a tiny apartment near the University of Southern California, worlds away from the high-tech studios of Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo. He works on a laptop surrounded by folding chairs and red plastic cups. The...

Video-game preview: ‘Need For Speed: Rivals’ is hands-on

Video-game preview: ‘Need For Speed: Rivals’ is hands-on

November 28, 2013

By Alex Martinet GamerHub.TV (MCT) On a clear day on an interstate highway, the table was set to make the perfect score. I was weaving in and out of traffic trying to further my distance from three police cars that were approaching my rear bumper. They have the gadgets to impede my progress,...

Video Game Review: Uncharted3

Video Game Review: Uncharted3

September 19, 2013

As I'm new to the to the Uncharted series it takes you through twists and turns like an Indiana Jones movie, yet different set up for the game.  The video game follows Nathan Drake on a adventure with mentor and good buddy Victor Sullivan (better known as sully) as they go in search of the fabled Atlantis...

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