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Geico Says Racing Games Cause Unsafe Driving?

According to an email sent out to Geico customers today, “First, the good news: playing video games can actually help young drivers develop concentration skills and faster reaction times. A University of Rochester study showed that video game players develop greater sensitivity to their surroundings and are up to 25% faster at making correct choices”. – Geico Alright, 25% faster …

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Afro Samurai 2 – Hands On

At PAX Prime 2015 I had the honor of getting some hands on play with the Afro Samurai 2 Revenge of Kuma demo. For those of you who played the first game, you’ll be excited to know that the second one starts right up where the first one left off. I start off as Kuma, and as I play I …

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Mutant League Football, A Genesis Classic Makes a Return

Combining monsters, blood, guts, violence, and football was the simple formula behind one of the most successful sports games more than 20 years ago from the age of the Sega Genesis. Mutant League Football was published by Electronic Arts in 1993 and quickly became a #1 best seller of it’s time. Unfortunately there hasn’t been a continuation on this series …

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First Look at The Division, Ubisoft’s Hot Winter Shooter

Having just played a solid 15 minute demo of Tom Clancy’s The Division, here at PAX Prime 2015 it’s clear to say that the show is getting off on the right foot. With what feels like exceptional but not spectacular graphics, it’s actually the game play that shines in this third-person shooter. Starting off I find myself as a “healer” …

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Xbox One is Now Backwards Compatible with Xbox 360

Microsoft brought its A-game to E3 with a massive presentation for the Xbox One that was all about gamers. One of the biggest take-aways from their conference was that the Xbox One will now be backwards compatible with Xbox 360 games. This is one of the most requested features and one of the biggest complaints with the current console generation. …

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Shenmue 3 Kickstarter Announced During Sony E3 Presentation

In a shocking announcement that nobody saw coming from the creators of Shenmue and Shenmue 2 during Sony’s E3 presentation, Shenmue 3 is in Kickstarter right now and it’s already at $1,458,810 of it’s 2 million dollar goal with 31 days to go. Shenmue first dropped on the Sega Saturn a little over 15 years ago and was well recieved …

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Our First Look At Star Wars Battlefront “Survival” Footage

E3 is going down right now, and with it a whole slew of good news (and maybe some questionable, I’m looking at you Black Ops 3!). Star Wars Battlefront was announced not too long ago and with it, the big question hit almost the very same second: When do we get to see gameplay? Today at E3 during the XBOX …

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Female Link Could be Playable in Hyrule Warriors 3DS

Hyrule Warriors is the Legend of Zelda and Dynasty Warriors mash up for the Wii U that brings a fun new aspect to the land of Hyrule. A Japanese reveal trailer showed up today showing that Hyrule Warriors is coming to the 3DS with more playable characters and some content updates. You can check out the video here. The video …

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Capcom Pro Tour drops PlayStation 4 version of Ultra Street Fighter IV Due to Community Complaints

The Capcom Pro Tour is a series of Capcom sponsored tournaments for Ultra Street Fighter IV that runs throughout the year and culminates into a final tournament of the world’s best Street Fighter’s. When Sony secured exclusive rights to USF4 on PS4 and paid for development of it’s sequel Street Fighter V, they also sweetened the Capcom Pro Tour pot …

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PS4 port of Ultra Street Fighter IV has Massive Problems

Sony secured exclusive rights for the Ultra Street Fighter IV and it’s upcoming sequel Street Fighter V on their next-gen console, but it looks like their quality control department never actually picked up the game. The new port of USF4 launched on the PS4 yesterday and players immediately noticed bugs that ranged from hilarious to unplayable. Sure it might be …

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