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April Games with Gold

Every month Xbox users get access to free games via the Games with Gold program. April is no different. There has been no official announcement but a leak from Xbox Australia shows us what to expect. Continue reading April Games with Gold

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Make Your Resident Evil Collection More Horrific With Extreme-Sets’ Abandoned House Pop-Up Diorama

IT AIN’T BARBIE’S DREAM HOUSE

 

We all collect something, whether it be neon colored bow ties, oversized novelty glasses, The Golden Girls trading cards, or even something as weird as action figures. Heck, some of those weirdo action figure collectors even remove their toys from the packaging and arrange them into a badass battle scene. For this special breed of collector, Extreme-Sets has a sweet new line of pop-up backdrops. Shall we take a look at one? Continue reading Make Your Resident Evil Collection More Horrific With Extreme-Sets’ Abandoned House Pop-Up Diorama

Fire Emblem Heroes Review

I Need a Hero

When Nintendo first announced their partnership with mobile developer DeNA, Fire Emblem was one of the series that immediately jumped to mind as a fit for iOS and Android devices. Cue Fire Emblem Heroes, Nintendo’s third foray into the mobile market and a bite-sized version of the hardcore strategy-RPG series. Wrapped in a shell of free-to-play (F2P), Gacha-style mechanics based on the franchise’s likeable cast of warriors, Nintendo has succeeded in creating an entertaining game that is true to the spirit of Fire Emblem while being accessible for franchise rookies.

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Kingdom Hearts 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue Review

Kingdom Come

While most of the Kingdom Hearts series’ gibberish names are of little consequence, the franchise’s third HD collection is perfectly described by its title. Kingdom Hearts 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue is the perfect introduction to Kingdom Hearts 3, featuring two games and an HD movie that flow directly into the anticipated sequel. The collection is aimed squarely at longtime fans of the series, featuring Dream Drop Distance, 0.2 Birth by Sleep – A Fragmentary Passage (0.2) and X Back Cover. Without the necessary background knowledge, however, newcomers with find themselves lost in the convoluted tangle of narrative surrounding some of gaming’s finest action-RPG gameplay.  
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