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All hail the PC Master Race! This collective hivemind consists of purebred gamers who have made the Personal Computer their gaming platform of choice due to its limitless processing power, compatibility with various controllers and input devices, forward thinking focus on digital releases, multitude of new releases in a vast array of genres, and community support of titles that include fixes, mods, and upgrades. For the longest time, the prevailing opinion has been that whenever a game is released for PC as well as consoles, it would be the superior version by default. Furthermore, the PC is home to many unique exclusives that consoles wouldn’t even be able to run. The expanded capabilities of the PC trumps anything modern consoles can output. However, with respect to the glorious PC Master Race, is that really true? More and more often, we hear about the woes of PC games being broken at launch. In fact, these problems have become so commonplace, that I think it’s worth asking if PC gaming is actually better than gaming on consoles. Continue reading Is PC Actually Better Than Console?
Earlier this week, Bandai Namco released some never-before-seen screenshots detailing some of the DLC costumes for the newest entry in their Tales franchise, Tales of Zestiria. Continue reading Tales of Zestiria Gets New DLC Costumes and Screenshots
August is notorious for signaling the end of summer, meaning everyone [of age] is heading back to school. This was also a great month, if slow, for gamers, due to awesome games coming out around this time. Sony has released its best selling list for August 2014 among the PlayStation platforms.
A BREATH OF FRESH AIR
Sequels can be hit or miss most of the time, and when it comes to JRPG sequels there are often more misses than hits. Continue reading Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of the New World HD Review
It has become more or less common knowledge that I am a modern JRPG super fan and that the Tales series holds a very special place in my heart. With that said, I was super excited to hear that Tales of Symphonia was going to be remastered in HD for the PlayStation 3 because I haven’t had a chance to play any of the Tales games that were released before 2005. Continue reading Tales of Symphonia HD Review