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Borderlands 3 matches the chaotic fun of the first two installments

“Borderlands 3” matches the chaotic fun of the first two installments

Alexander Bakirdan September 22, 2019
“Borderlands 3” is back, and it brought with it all the things that made the series’s first two installments so beloved.
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Anime spring 2018 preview

Kraig Klein May 6, 2018
Make sure to take a break from studying, and when you do, why not check out a new Japanese animated series?  Here is a brief list of what to watch during finals week and what to avoid.
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Press Start to Continue: 2014’s upcoming releases

Dylan Palazzo February 4, 2014
Just before the end of 2013, Sony’s PlayStation 4, Microsoft’s Xbox One and Nintendo’s Wii U hit stores loaded with the newest technology and hardware to carry the future of gaming throughout the coming years. Those of us who were fortunate enough to grab one of these new consoles over winter break may be starting to feel apathetic towards these new systems due to a low number of popular franchise games. While it is to be expected that the most desired games do not release alongside their consoles, the wait between now and the big releases of this year will be well worth it. Here is the shortlist of what games to get excited about for this year.
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Anticipation begins for PlayStation 4s Holiday 2013 arrival

Anticipation begins for PlayStation 4’s Holiday 2013 arrival

Giselle Barkley March 10, 2013
With several months until the release of Sony’s new PlayStation 4, the countdown begins. According to PS4 Playstation4.com, the new console is scheduled for release in “Holiday 2013.” The PlayStation 4 will take gaming beyond the walls of the living room or an isolated pastime. Consumers will not only have the ability to stay connected to their games but also to their gaming community.
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