Tag Archives: RPG

Dragonborn: Bloodmoon through the eyes of Skyrim

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Back when Skyrim first released, rumors abound that one of the expansions would take place in good old Morrowind. Naturally, I was excited. My rose-tinted glasses show that game in a fine light. Fast forward a bit, and here comes Dragonborn, which—lo and behold—takes place on Solstheim, the island featured in Morrowind’s expansion Bloodmoon. But despite foreign shores, Dragonborn is still very much Skryim, for better or worse.

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Warframe, it’s going places… maybe.

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Warframe has the potential to be great, and considering this third person co-op shooter is still in closed beta, maybe it’ll reach its potential. Warframe feels like a great proof-of-concept; what’s there is a lot of fun, but it’s still lacking in actual content, more than I’d expect a game in this stage of development to be.

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The Walking Dead, the Game That’s Based on the Comic That’s Also a TV Series

 

With the fifth episode out, Telltale Game’s The Walking Dead has finally concluded. At least this season of it—a second is already confirmed. After having doled out many an episodic game throughout the last few years, Telltale’s latest is certainly their finest. The Walking Dead is a brutal and at times heart-wrenching experience.

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Darksiders 2, forging through the Abyssal Forge

Poor Death must’ve gone on quite the bender. First he wakes up in an eerie swamp, peculiar black water everywhere (don’t touch it; it hurts). Then he meets a mad skeleton Maker who tells him that the Abyssal Forge must be stopped before it can conquer all of creation. Death, nursing quite the hangover, does just that. And quick, too. One might say he is… deathly efficient.

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Borderlands 2: Captain Scarlett and Her Pirate’s Booty

Four mere weeks after Borderland 2’s initial release, the game has received its first major DLC, Captain Scarlett and Her Pirate’s Booty. Gearbox said they wanted to smooth out their DLC production process. This way, they can get new content into the hands of ravenous Borderlands fans faster than the first game. Seems as though they’re pulling it off. But not without help.

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