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  • Shenmue III Now Available for Pre-Order on PC; New Screenshots and Development Update Released

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    GameGuidedog Partners Shenmue III Now Available for Pre-Order on PC; New Screenshots and Development Update Released There finally are some info on Yu Suzuki’s Shenmue III, and they’re some juicy ones, directly from the game’s official website. One Of The Worst Games Of All Time Still Standing After 3 Years ... more.
  • Feature: What Do Longtime Final Fantasy Fans Think of Final Fantasy XV?

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    GameGuidedog Partners Feature: What Do Longtime Final Fantasy Fans Think of Final Fantasy XV? Now that has been out for a couple of weeks, we here at have had some time to gather our thoughts on Square Enix's long-awaited blockbuster. By most accounts, the game's a good one - we gave it an - but how do longtime fans of the series feel about Noctis and the gang's adventure? ... more.
  • Those Bad Ass Platinum PlayStation Cans Are Coming in January

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    GameGuidedog Partners Those Bad Ass Platinum PlayStation Cans Are Coming in January The most exciting thing is that the platform holder's actually going back and patching a handful of older games to support 3D audio, with among them at launch. Those of you that have played PlayStation VR will know just what a difference 3D audio makes; it simply adds to the immersion of existing in a virtual space... more.
  • Final Fantasy XV – ReviewMalaya

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    GameGuidedog Partners Final Fantasy XV - ReviewMalaya After all these years, Square Enix figured out how to incorporate modern game design-namely the open world concept-into the Final Fantasy. Some elements worked absolutely well, but the long development certainly showed as some parts of the game are rough and uneven compared to the strong opening and closing hours. ... more.
  • The Little Acre (PS4) Review | WASDuk

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    GameGuidedog Partners The Little Acre (PS4) Review | WASDuk Pewter Game’s The Little Acre is an adorable slice of adventuring that effortlessly blends Broken Sword with Don Bluth in a game that fans of old school point and clicks will be hard pressed not to fall for. ... more.
  • Makers & Gamers: God of War

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    GameGuidedog Partners Makers & Gamers: God of War PlayStation Blog Writes: "Just before our E3 reveal I had the opportunity to meet up with God of War super fan Emmanuel Mojica Rosas hailing all the way from Xalisco Nayarit, Mexico." ... more.
  • Porsche Ends Exclusivity Deal With EA, More Porsche Cars In Other Racing Games Soon

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    GameGuidedog Partners Porsche Ends Exclusivity Deal With EA, More Porsche Cars In Other Racing Games Soon If you wanted to drive a Porsche in a video game, for the longest time you need to play a game made by EA. The exclusivity deal has gone for so long since Need For Speed: Porsche Unleashed was released in 2000. Other games that wanted a Porsche had to go for RUF, the manufacturer that builds s... more.
  • Final Fantasy XV Review (PS4) | Gamer Professionals

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    GameGuidedog Partners Final Fantasy XV Review (PS4) | Gamer Professionals From Brandon Bui, Chief Editor: "From the expansive world of Eos to the conceptual building of the storyline in Kingsglaive and Brotherhood, the game is a fine addition to the Final Fantasy franchise and contains all the core staples that made the franchise popular; at the same time, it adds modern game play design and ... more.
  • Robinson The Journey Review – Level Down Games

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    GameGuidedog Partners Robinson The Journey Review - Level Down Games Level Down Games says, "Something about going back in time and exploring the prehistoric world has fascinated me since I was a child. Dinosaurs have long been one of my favorite history subjects, and to see them walking around Earth in their natural habitats living their daily lives would have been a sight to see. It’s... more.
  • Let It Die is a Great Way to Discover Japanese Metal

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    GameGuidedog Partners Let It Die is a Great Way to Discover Japanese Metal Not only is Let It Die a fun violent romp but it also contains an enormous soundtrack. 'Donkey Kong's' Darkest Secrets Finally Revealed 35 Years Later 11 Banned Video Games You'll Never Be Able To Play 10 Games That Ignited Endless Controversy ... more.
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