Games With Gold: October

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Gears 4 is Gold, And Heres Everything To Know

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Review: Obduction

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Five Nights At Freddy’s Haunted House

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Battlefield 1 Is Seeing Some Changes

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Chase: Cold Case Investigations Launches On 3DS This October

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Hideo Kojima Wants Nothing To Do With Metal Gear Survive

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FFXIV Patch 3.4: Soul Surrender Trailer Is Finally HERE!

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#ThrowbackThursday: 15 Years of Gamecube

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#ThrowbackThursday: Happy 15th Birthday, GameCube!

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Review: Obduction

When a game drops you on a lone planet with no direction, no plan, and no clue as to what is going on, the craving to explore is unparalleled. As the glowing sphere transported me to a new world in Myst and Riven developers new adventure “Obduction,” I was in awe at the beautiful wasteland that lay before me, and felt compelled to start my journey to discover the secrets, sights, and true purpose of the journey I’ve embarked on. It’s a game of trial and error, an examination of clues, moving from one town to another, retracing my steps, trying new solutions, often wrong and consumed by frustration, but when all the pieces fell together, that excitement grew back, and I was on my way to the next destination ready to take on the next puzzle that would follow.
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Battlefield 1 Is Seeing Some Changes

With Battlefield 1’s extended beta officially over, EA and DICE Stockholm have had some time to collect their thoughts and the thoughts of gamers about the newest addition to the Battlefield franchise. And it looks like they’ve been picking up what you’ve been putting down.

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#ThrowbackThursday: 15 Years of Gamecube

I can’t believe I’m typing this but it’s been 15 years since the original Gamecube was released in Japan. I’m not going to lie, the Gamecube was my favorite Nintendo console, and it’s the unique playability of all of the titles for the system that have players clamoring for Nintendo’s glory days of old. Do you remember what your favorite Gamecube titles were back in 2001?Read more#ThrowbackThursday: 15 Years of Gamecube

#ThrowbackThursday: Happy 15th Birthday, GameCube!

We’ve reached the second leg of September, Retronauts, and today we’re wishing a Happy (belated) Birthday to our often overlooked friend, the Nintendo GameCube! Released in Japan on September 14th, 2001, this week the multicolored box of wonders turned a whopping 15 years old! And even though it sometimes gets overlooked when compared to its Super Nintendo and Nintendo 64 counterparts, the GameCube played an integral part in gaming culture and brought us some classic titles that we all came to know and love. Read more#ThrowbackThursday: Happy 15th Birthday, GameCube!

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