The Games of April

Week of April 5 Etrian Mystery Dungeon (3DS): The Nintendo 3DS exclusive mixes Etrian Odyssey’s vast RPG party and skill customization aspects, and Mystery Dungeon’s infinitely random dungeon adventures. The action/turn based combat means that battling monsters is not just about using the right skills, but becomes an elegant balance of strategic …

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The Games of December

  Week of 12/1 The Crew (PS4/PS3/XB1/360): With exploration, customization, and a wide, connected experience, The Crew redefines what you know about driving games and takes you on a relentless ride all throughout the United States. Seamlessly jump in and out of a massive network of fellow drivers, and build …

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Level Up’s Holiday Shopping Guide

With Thanksgiving only a few days away, this year’s holiday shopping season is about to kick-off. So, we’ve put together this handy little holiday buying guide for the gamer in your life (even if you’re just buying it for yourself…it’s ok, we won’t tell anyone). You’ll find recommendations on everything …

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The Games of August

Are you ready for some football and RPGs!? It’s August, so that means it is Madden time. However, August also looks to be a great month for RPG fans as well. Week of 8/4 Scared 3 (360/PS3): Victory is Ours. Glory is Mine. Sacred 3 features classic arcade Hack n’ …

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Konami Asks for Skullgirls to be Removed from PSN and Xbox Live *UPDATED*

Skullgirls fans will be sad to hear that Konami has requested the removal of the indie fighting game from Playstation Network and Xbox Live. During a Twitch livestream, Lab Zero Games design director, Mike Zaimont, announced that the title will probably disappear from PSN by Dec. 17 and from XBL …

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Microsoft Offers to Give Owners of Defective Xbox One Consoles a Free Game

If you picked up an Xbox One this past week, there’s a small chance you’ve experienced a hardware issue or two; namely the grinding and clicking disc drive problem that prevented games from playing. The good news is that not only will Microsoft replace your defective console toot sweet, it’ll …

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