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Ganondorf's Last Name Resurfaces on Official Nintendo Site

Share. Dragmire. Mr. Dragmire. By Jonathon Dornbush It may not help you beat him in any of The Legend of Zelda games, but Nintendo has reconfirmed one major piece of information about the series’ recurring foe Ganondorf — his canonical last name. The official Legend of Zelda website includes a ...

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Paradigm Review

Share. A classic LucasArts adventure by way of the apocalypse. By Kosta Andreadis Paradigm is as traditional a point-and-click as I’ve played in a while, with a design, structure, and sense of humour that wouldn’t feel out of place in the genre’s heyday of the early ‘90s. Channelling the anything-goes ...

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StarCraft is now free, nearly 20 years after its release

Have you always wanted to check out that StarCraft game you’d heard so much about, but somehow managed to go nearly 20 years without buying a copy? Good news! Nearly two decades after its 1998 release, StarCraft is now free. Legally! Blizzard has just released the original game — plus ...

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Guardians Of The Galaxy: Episode 1 Review – A Little Too Familiar

Since its inception in comic form, and later in its cinematic incarnation, Guardians of the Galaxy has always flown by the seat of its pants, both in creative decisions and narrative arcs. Frantic pacing, weird characters, and over-the-top situations somehow coalesce and triumph through pure pulp craziness. Telltale’s Guardians of ...

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Do You Have a Question for the Tekken 7 Team?

Share. We’re catching up with Bandai Namco’s Katsuhiro Harada. By Cam Shea It’s been a while since the last Tekken home release, but on June 2, PC, PS4 and Xbox One owners around the world will finally get the chance to play the series’ latest – Tekken 7. I say ...

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