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Jurassic World: Evolution (PC)

Hovering over a dinosaur island theme park, a Tyrannosaurus roars. It’s that iconic Jurassic Park sound, nearly deafening audiences in theaters. Nearby, Velociraptors screech. Their recent live kill made them celebratory. The aura of Jurassic Park fills Jurassic World: Evolution. John Williams’ wondrous theme over the main menu? That’s cause for genuine chills. Jurassic World:… Continue reading Jurassic World: Evolution (PC)

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Fight’N Rage (PC)

It’s lamentable that Fight’N Rage’s main lead, simply named Gal, sways her inflated breasts practically out her dress. That’s just when she’s standing around. It’s obnoxious. Fight’N Rage doesn’t ignore the overall sleaze of its world though. Humans stomp on anthropomorphic animal foes, brawling in a ghastly place where slathering pigs and seedy wolves attack.… Continue reading Fight’N Rage (PC)

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Dragon Ball FighterZ (PS4)

If a second passes in Dragon Ball FighterZ without an explosive blast or a nuclear-like mushroom cloud, something glitched. It’s mayhem, an animated scene take to extremes, impossible in the traditional hand drawn methods. Even in an era of digital animation, Dragon Ball FighterZ still cannot exist with such energy anywhere but a videogame. Injustice… Continue reading Dragon Ball FighterZ (PS4)

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Homefront: The Revolution (PS4)

In Homefront’s alternate reality, North Korea’s corporation Apex (a stand-in for Apple) blanketed America with their technology – tablets, phones, weapons. When North Korea decided to invade, they flipped a kill switch and shut down their products, weapons included. Thus came bankruptcy, recession, and a devastated economy, bundling a collection of contemporary political fears. Homefront’s… Continue reading Homefront: The Revolution (PS4)