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[SDCC 2017] “Crackdown 3” Panel Breakdown

[SDCC 2017] “Crackdown 3” Panel Breakdown

Microsoft had a decent presence at San Diego Comic Con 2017, including a dragon to take pictures with (you could sit on a dragon for Middle Earth: Shadow of War!). But even with a dragon photo op, arguably the most fun was Crackdown 3’s panel starring Terry Crews.

[SDCC 2017] “Call of Duty: WWII Nazi Zombies” Panel Breakdown

[SDCC 2017] “Call of Duty: WWII Nazi Zombies” Panel Breakdown

San Diego Comic-Con tends to be a common home for the Call of Duty franchise. Despite what may have been revealed at E3 or anywhere else along the line, Activision always ensures that the Comic Con audience gets their fix. What better way in 2017 than to offer some of the first glimpses at Call of Duty: WWII Nazi Zombies? And man, does it look exciting.

[SDCC 2017] “Lost Sphear” Hands-On

[SDCC 2017] “Lost Sphear” Hands-On

Lost Sphear was a pleasant surprise at Square Enix’s booth at San Diego Comic-Con, because the game didn’t make an appearance at E3.  Even more surprising was that the build featured at the booth was the Switch version. We got our hands on it and so far, so good.

[SDCC 2017] “Flip Wars” Hands-On

[SDCC 2017] “Flip Wars” Hands-On

One of the games featured at Nintendo’s Summer of Play, which always kicks off during San Diego Comic-Con, was the unreleased Flip Wars, and the game was as simple as it was fun to play.

“Valkyria Revolution” Review

“Valkyria Revolution” Review

There are times when one comes across a game that has been hyped to death and then reveals itself to be disappointingly mediocre. There are times when a game comes from a respected franchise with a reputation behind it, only to be a shadow of its better installments. There are even times when a game has so much promise, so many great concepts and ideas to express, and yet is completely ruined by troublesome gameplay and overall bad execution.

“RiME” Review

“RiME” Review

RiME made quite the journey in order to finally get released, and unfortunately it feels like something we would’ve enjoyed a whole lot more had it come out a few years ago.

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