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The Quiet, Relentless, Overwhelming Ponderance Of The Talos Principle: Deluxe Edition

It’s unlikely you played Croteam’s The Talos Principle back when it came out last December, and that makes you a dummy. Don’t worry, I’m a dummy, too. Despite being especially interested after demoing it at E3 2014, I just never got around to playing it. With the Deluxe Edition coming to PlayStation 4, I’ve rectified […]

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Destiny Manifested

Watching destiny play out is a terribly boring thing. It’s different from the inevitable or from the inexorable, though, based simply on the sheer scale or meaning of events. Inevitable is watching a college physics professor ace a high school algebra exam. Destiny is the professor designing a ship that saves humanity from extinction. Strangely, […]

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Revisitation Hours — Halo 4

The anticipation for Halo 5: Guardians is perhaps the highest it has been for any Halo game since Halo 2, a game we’ve previously discussed for both its influence and failings. That is probably what led to the slightly hesitant look towards Halo 3 and the protracted and expensive multimedia marketing for Halo 4. That, […]

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