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Titanfall 2 Review

Remember the Titanfall

The original Titanfall had such an amazing idea: Soldiers who can run on walls with jetpacks summon giant mech suits known as Titans. Normally I  play a few matches of multiplayer before getting bored and back to the single player, but I took a gamble in Titanfall’s multiplayer only offering. And despite being too light on content, there was enough depth to keep my 200th match in Titanfall as fun as my second.

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Nerds Without Pants Episode 95: Life is Overwatch

Someone, please hand Julian some Kleenex.

Welcome to another fantastic episode of Nerds Without Pants! This week, we are joined by Casey as we contemplate our dream video game company acquisitions, Pokemon stat balancing, even more Overwatch, and Chrono Cross back to 2008. Do join us, won’t you?

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Nerds Without Pants Episode 40: Irrational Pinball Fantasies

This episode is mantastic!

A wild bonus Nerds Without Pants appears! Command?

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Microsoft Doubles Down on Games for E3

Xbox One has the software, but it still has a lot of issues that weren't addressed.

After a lackluster reveal of the Xbox One and plenty of reason for consumers to be concerned about the new console, Microsoft needed to do something big to counteract that first impression. At their E3 press conference, the company came out swinging hard with games, with a focus on exclusives. However, something was missing, namely any discussion to tell people what benefits—if any—could be expected from an always connected console that requires a camera to be hooked up in order to operate.

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EA Earns a Gold Star From Gamers

The embattled publisher brought some serious game to E3.

It seems like the emerging theme from this E3 is redemption. There are quite a few companies this year that have to do a lot to gain back the trust and support of consumers. EA is certainly at the top of that list, although Microsoft just may have beat them to the punch in the past few weeks. Electronic Arts came on strong at their press conference, showing off new games, as well as some surprising sequels.

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