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Game Editorials and Comics December 2017

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Kratos goes on a Christmas hunt
Kratos made a list and he's checking some people off it.
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Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow of Devil May Cry series

Join us in the exploration of one of the most recognizable franchises in the industry. We will examine the Devil May Cry series starting from its very origins until the present day, witnessing its various ups and downs, seeing how it invented and shaped its own genre, and how it went from good to bad to awesome. Itís been quite a ride for the series so far, and a really interesting one Ė formulas, developers and protagonists have changed over the years, but some things remained the same. Hereís an in-depth look into the Devil May Cry series.

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Skyrim without a console? Board games based on video games franchises

Playing Dark Souls without turning on your PC or console? It is possible! Tabletop adaptations of video games feature multiple mechanics, characters, and storylines we fell in love with when playing our favorite titles. Do they live up to the originals?

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The best kind of gamer boyfriend
Gamer ladies will probably agree - this is true love!
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How Lord of the Rings games could affect the TV series from Amazon

Amazon has committed to several seasons of The Lord of the Rings TV series and a possible spin-off, encouraging the fans of The Lord of the Rings to speculate about what they are going to see on the small screen. Without a doubt, J.R.R. Tolkien has left tons of source material for many future adaptations. However, is it possible that the upcoming TV series could include certain themes introduced by the LotR video games?

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Seven cardinal sins of sandbox games

Every big publisher these days has to have at least one game with a big, open world Ė itís just mandatory. That alone is possibly a good thing. The bad thing, though, is that not many of these companies tend to care to have good sandbox games. No one wants to reinvent the idea and look for fresh solutions; everyone just blindly follows the trends and recycles ideas. This is something I really hate to see. Letís take a look at the most blatant offenses of modern-day open-world action games.

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