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“Life is Strange: Before the Storm” Gamescom Gameplay Trailer

Announced during E3 2017, Square Enix released a new gameplay trailer for Life is Strange: Before the Storm. The new Gamescom gameplay trailer focuses on the game’s story, showcases some of the new environments and characters of Arcadia Bay, and takes place three years before the events of the first game in the series. Players will take on the role of a rebellious 16 year-old, Chloe Price, who forms an unlikely friendship with Rachel Amber; a...

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Slick’s Nit-Picks: Sword Art Online: Hollow Realization – R.A.G.E Works Affiliate Post

This article first appeared on R.A.G.E Works, a site affiliate. Anime fans know that every year there is one series that stands out. Everyone loves it and because of that, everyone also hates it. It is the greatest anime ever (that year) and that makes it cool to trash it. I can go on and on about that but it is for another discussion. The anime that fit into that spot back in 2012 was...

HITMAN to Arrive at the Season ONE Finale

HITMAN has been hitting it out of the ballpark with its amazing episodic content. The recent Episode 5: Colorado was such a thrill and joy to play. Having to sneak my way through a ransacked farm field littered with trained operatives was a suspenseful experience. I feel like IO Entertainment and Square Enix have been really fired up to take the HITMAN series to new heights. We are on the eve of Episode 6: Hokkaido as it...

Nyko Unveils New VR & Console Accessories during E3 2016

  Nyko is typically most recognized for their charging solutions available for both the Xbox and PlayStation. At this year’s E3, the debut of their VR accessories really caught our eye. These accessories augment the overall experience that might hinder some gamers from actually dipping their feet into virtual reality. “VR gaming has achieved significant traction in the past year and presents greater opportunities for us to do what we do best – improve upon the...

Mindless Distruction! Tower of Guns Game Review

Ever just want to pick up the controller and shoot stuff? Sure, you do other things like move around and jump, but at the core you want lots of bullets and lots of explosions. Sometimes it’s just the simpler gameplay that can be the most addictive. Gripgames understands this, hence their latest crack at first person shooters in the form of Tower of Guns. Tower of Guns (or “ToG”) is your simple, campy and somewhat...

SteelSeries Siberia Elite Prism Gaming Headset Review

It’s been less than a year since we covered SteelSeries’ highest-end headset, the SteelSeries Siberia Elite. The Siberia Elite took what SteelSeries has done in the fields of performance and comfort, enhanced them, and added a buttload of functionality via the SteelSeries Engine 3.0. Since then, they have revisited their high-end model and implemented a series of tweaks and changes in the form of their latest model, the SteelSeries Siberia Elite Prism. What improvements have...

Pax South 2015 Indie Spotlight: Broforce

Pax South 2015 Indie Game Spotlight: Broforce

When Contra first came out, it was clear to those old enough to realize that it was a sort of play on beloved action movies such as Predator and Rambo. You playfully named the “blue guy” and “red guy” after the famed heroes with little to no regard as to what their names actually were. After that, it was shoot, kill, blow up and repeat. But what if you could enjoy the side-scrolling carnage of...

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Lessons Learned from the Evolve Open Beta

You have probably played the Evolve open beta recently and are now wondering what’s going on. Right? Well according to Turtle Rock Studios, while some of us were complaining about either overpowered Hunters or Monsters what actually happened during the Evolve open beta was a bunch of even matches. With over 2.2 million matches that took place during the Evolve open beta, the infographic below illustrates just what really happened during the open beta. The results...

Focus on Sound – Audio-Technica ATH-AG1 Gaming Headset Review

Let’s take a short break from Comic Con coverage to look into some gaming tech! At RFMag, we’ve covered a variety of gaming headsets geared towards the casual to professional gamer. They provided a handful of functions while dancing around the practically standard $200 in price. But what about the gamer that would rather do away with a collection of functions the sake of just getting the best possible sound from their games? Well Audio-Technica...

Turtle Beach Drops the Hammer! Marvel Earforce Seven Headset Review

Turtle Beach Drops the Hammer! Marvel Earforce Seven Headset Review

  Are you a serious gamer that still is looking for a reputable gaming headset? Are you also still hyped after seeing Thor: The Dark World? Well, what if Turtle Beach launched a Thor: The Dark World inspired headset with their latest Earforce SEVEN line equipped with an in-line amplifier? What if I stopped asking questions as an intro!? Turtle Beach is a frontrunner in gaming audio solutions and their SEVEN series of headsets holds...

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What is Next Gen, and Why it Matters

We are just a few short weeks away from the the launch of two new major next gen consoles, and at the moment, it may be hard to understand why we even need them. Things don’t look much better when you look at the launch titles and realize many of them are the higher quality PC version of games already out on Xbox 360 and PS3. This may seem scary at first, but lets not forget...