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Rocket League Review

Rocket League review: Controlled chaos

By on July 12, 2015 at 9:45 AM.

Rocket League review: Controlled chaos

I don’t often have the time to review smaller downloadable games on the site, but I had to make an exception for Rocket League. I first got my hands on Rocket League during a closed beta earlier this year. Within minutes, I was completely captivated.

For a week straight, I’d hop online after work every night with my friend and play a dozen or so matches against other players. It was the first time in a long time that I couldn’t help but play just one more round. And then one more. And then another. But even after spending an embarrassing number of hours on the beta, I still hadn’t gotten enough. More →

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BGR plays Rocket League: Rocket cars + soccer = game of the year candidate

By on May 20, 2015 at 5:17 PM.

BGR plays Rocket League: Rocket cars + soccer = game of the year candidate

When I first installed the closed beta for Rocket League over the weekend, I didn’t expect it to consume my every waking thought, but that’s exactly what’s happened. Rocket League is a PS4 and PC sports game (of sorts) in which you and your teammates attempt to hit a large ball into a goal on the opposite side of the field. The twist is that you’re inside of a car powered by rockets. More →

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Nosgoth Preview PC

Preview: Nosgoth is a free, fast-paced multiplayer title with potential

By on April 5, 2014 at 2:00 PM.

Preview: Nosgoth is a free, fast-paced multiplayer title with potential

As the vampire descended upon me, ripping my frail human body to shreds, all I could think was, “Why didn’t I reload sooner?”

Nosgoth kind of came out of nowhere. This free-to-play multplayer shooter is set in the Legacy of Kain universe, a property that once meant a lot to gamers, but has been dormant for over ten years. The hows and whys of this game’s existence are fascinating in their own right, but after playing through several matches over the weekend and getting a grasp of the game’s structure, I stopped worrying about it.

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