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World of Diving Game Review

By Joseph Luster

World War II games span a plethora of genres and sub-genres, but a recent content update for World of Diving might be one of the most unique. Read more

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Game Reviews: Total War: ATTILA

by Joseph Luster

The Creative Assembly’s Total War series now has a legacy spanning nearly 15 years of computer strategy. What started in 2000 with Shogun: Total War gradually expanded to include a variety of eras—as well as a variety of spin-offs and player-created mods—each putting players in the role of history’s greatest commanders. Read more

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Game Reviews: Wars and Battles

by Joseph Luster

Video games have covered quite a bit of war history over the years, from the obvious battles to the more obscure contentions that have taken place around the globe. Read more

Direct your nation to victory during the 30 Years' War with the Art of War expansion now available from Paradox Development Studios.

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Game Features: Europa Universalis IV: Art of War

by Brian Belko

The Thirty Years’ War was one of the longest and most destructive conflicts in European history. The final collapse of the old Roman Empire completely redrew the political and religious map of central Europe, and paved the way for sovereign states to emerge from the fighting. Read more

Players will be able to fulfill their desire for immersive military strategy with Civilization 5’s improved combat system.

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Game Reviews: Civilization 5—Victory through Military Might

By Brian Belko

There is no “campaign” in Sid Meier’s latest iteration of the Civilization franchise. Instead, players simply choose a civilization through which they attempt military victories, create a world, and lead their chosen society from the primitive age to the distant future. Read more

However impressive these results may appear, it is important to note the premise of the study when interpreting the results. The participants played with, and not against each other in the study.

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The Myth of Violent Video Games Debunked by Psychologists

Canadian psychological researchers are once again challenging the hard assumption that violent video games are linked to aggression. A new study published in the journal Psychology of Violence suggests that when players from different social groups and cultures play a video game cooperatively—even if the game is particularly violent—their experiences promote improved impressions and comraderie. Read more

Although short on immersive gameplay, Gameloft's Modern Combat 5 provides an unequalled mobile FPS experience.

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Mobile Gaming: Modern Combat 5 by Gameloft

Gameloft has come a long way as a company.

Founded in 1999, the Paris-based startup quickly became known in the mobile gaming world for pumping out shameless knockoffs of big-name franchises found on other platforms. Read more

'During war, there are no good or bad decisions; there is only survival.' – 11Bit Studios talking about their new project, This War of Mine.

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Game Features: This War of Mine

Modern military games make war out to be callous, and emotionally arbitrary. They make the tragedy and hardship seem fun.

That’s the feeling Iraq War veteran John Keyser has about modern FPS titles like Call of Duty and Battlefield. Read more

'The Division,' The next Clancy game scheduled to be released in 2015, pits you in the heart of New York City after a biological attack.

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Game Features: Tom Clancy’s The Division by Ubisoft

What if you combined the best parts of Rainbow Six and Ghost Recon with a Right At Your Door-type premise?

That’s basically what you’re going to get in Tom Clancy’s The Division, the franchise’s upcoming massively multiplayer online (MMO) game. Read more

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World of Tanks Blitz

By Joseph Luster

It can be a hefty challenge to shrink a majorly popular console/PC experience down to the world of mobile gaming without sacrificing too much of what made it work in the first place. Read more

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E3 2014 Showcase

This year’s E3 was full of the typical spectacle one expects from a slew of games and promises that are still waiting in the relatively distant future. Read more

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Wolfenstein: The New Order

By Joseph Luster

Despite the franchise’s age, Wolfenstein remains in the category of “new nostalgia” for some. While it has deeper origins—starting with 2D adventure game Castle Wolfenstein, which made its Apple II debut in 1981—the series is well known for its seminal contribution to the first-person shooter genre with 1992’s Wolfenstein 3D. Read more

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Summer 2014 Military Games

By Joseph Luster

Company of Heroes 2 made a decent splash when it arrived in June of last year, placing players on the Eastern Front of World War II. Read more

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June World War II Games

By Joseph Luster

Imagine if World War II had been fought with nothing but the rolling menace of tanks. No troops on the ground. Read more