What’s A Geek! Presents 2017 In Videogames

Do you fancy yourself as a gamer? if you do, then join us as we recall some of the year's most well-known titles. Here are some thoughts from the What's A Geek! staff for the highlights of 2017 in videogames. 2017 In Videogames This year's videogame releases prove that there's more to the industry than just sheer graphics…

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Tekken 7: The Fated Review

The latest iteration of Bandai Namco's primary fighting game franchise, Tekken 7, came out in the arcades in 2015. Console players and, for the most part, people outside of Japan had to wait 2 years to be able to play the game. Now in 2017, Tekken 7: Fated Retribution has finally released on PS4, Xbox One,…

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Rock the Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2

Given the opportunity to review Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 by our friends at Bandai Namco, I took up the chance to get back into my childhood fandom. So, let's talk about what the game is first. If you haven't played the first Xenoverse, the sequel is pretty much the same game with new bells and whistles added: it's an…

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Reviewing Rising Raiders: A Tomb Raider Review

Late last year, Rise of the Tomb Raider (sequel to 2013's Tomb Raider by Square Enix) released on Xbone and 360. For Windows and Playstation users, we'd have to wait a few months to year, respectively, for the game to drop on our shores. So, with the release of Rise of the Tomb Raider: 20 Year Celebration Edition on Playstation…

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Dragon Age: Inquisition gets its first DLC

Dragon Age: Inquisition, the critically acclaimed video game from Canadian developers BioWare, just got its first downloadable content expansion. BioWare just released the DLC Jaws of Hakkon, a new side story adventure that will take players to new environments and battle new enemies, while discovering the fate of the last Inquisitor who led the Inquisition…

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Fable Legends isn’t what you expect and it’s Free-to-Play

Fable Legends, the latest iteration of Lionhead studios's most successful franchise takes a departure from the "traditional" Fable gameplay. Instead of an Action Role-Playing Game, Fable Legends will be a "Multiplayer Online Quest Adventure" as the developers at Lionhead coin it. It features asymmetric multiplayer elements where 4 players will be on a team trying to…

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