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Monster Hunter: World Review: A Hunter’s Heaven

*Header image courtesy of Capcom* The Monster Hunter franchise is notoriously difficult. Without a decent understanding of the incredible battle subtleties, each fight can devolve into a chaotic slugfest between your hunter and the beast. Thankfully, Monster Hunter: World is one of the most immersive games in the series, one which continues to cater to me despite being a series

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Destiny 2 Review: A Promising Future

*Header image courtesy of Bungie* My brief time spent with the original Destiny culminated in such an unpleasant experience, that I questioned my sanity for spending $60 on an unpolished, empty game. Naturally, I held some warranted reservations for the sequel. Thankfully, Destiny 2 is nothing short of incredible, consistently amazing me with its engaging gameplay. Developed by Bungie, best

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Pokémon: Silver Version Review: Reliving My Childhood

*Header courtesy of Nintendo* On Friday, Nintendo rereleased the original Pokémon: Silver Version and Pokémon: Gold Version on the 3DS’ Virtual Console. When asked to review the second generation, I immediately said yes. After all, it’s not like I needed an excuse to beat these titles for the 38th time. Developed by Game Freak, and originally releasing in 1999, Silver

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Injustice 2 Review: An Intense Superhero Beat-down

*Header image courtesy of NetherRealm Studios* In 2013, NetherRealm Studios released Injustice: Gods Among Us, allowing comic book fans to finally answer the age-old question of who would win in a fight: Batman or Superman? Not only that, Injustice excelled at delivering fast-paced, fluid encounters, solidifying the title as an excellent addition to an already expansive genre. Four-years-later, Injustice 2

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Nintendo Switch Review: (Disabled) Buyer Beware

*Header image courtesy of Nintendo* My gaming career began on a Super Nintendo Entertainment System. As I’ve grown, so too has my collection of Nintendo consoles and handhelds. Despite my physical limitations, I have always been able to play the vast amount of Nintendo franchises, and yes, that even includes titles on the movement-based Nintendo Wii. So, naturally, a console

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