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Call of Duty Zombies for Idiots: Zetsubou No Shima (15/17)

We move over to an isolated Island around Micronesia to continue our task of killing ourselves but different versions, time to hunt down Takeo. Many new elements make their debut…

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Call of Duty Zombies for Idiots: Der Eisendrache (14/17)

In a map, which I would argue is one of the most picturesque views of any Zombies map…well my usual view in any Zombies map is a red screen or…

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Call of Duty Zombies for Idiots: The Giant and Primis (13/17)

After a long break we are reunited with the original playable characters that started off this crazy zombies story, we pick up where Origins left off in the remake of…

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Call of Duty Zombies for Idiots: Shadows of Evil (12/17)

  We reach Black Ops 3 and the player is really thrown into the deep end with this one. Shadows of Evil brings in four new playable characters are introduced…

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Call of Duty Zombies For Idiots: Origins and Timelines (11/17)

We are reunited with the four original playable characters in this mind-blowing map. Origins does indeed take the player back to the start of all this nonsense, where it adds…

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The Laziest Xbox Achievements

We’ve all seen the hundreds of ‘Easiest gaming achievements’ lists. They give you a brief run down of the simplest achievements to get and the best games to 100%. I…

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Call of Duty Zombies For Idiots: Buried, Richtofen & Maxis’ Finale (10/17)

Returning to the main Zombies story line the 4 playable characters from TranZit/Green Run and Die Rise find themselves in an underground Western style town overrun by zombies (because at…

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Can Shenmue 3 hope to live up to fans expectations?

In late 1999 early 2000 Sega launched an ambitious new Open-World Action Adventure IP on the Dreamcast. Shenmue, was a massive venture by Sega and an extremely long and costly…

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Hey Bethesda, Stop Killing Your Own Games

Yesterday afternoon, after much thought, I reluctantly bought a copy of Prey. The thing is, it shouldn’t have been reluctant at all. The game previewed really well, I love the…

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Call of Duty Zombies For Idiots: Mob of the Dead (9/17)

Mob of the Dead brought players into the infamous Alcatraz Prison and the Golden Gate Bridge, which is now overrun by zombies. Bad news to those who had this place down…

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Call of Duty Zombies For Idiots: Die Rise (8/17)

Slotting right back into the Zombies timeline is this map, you are left on a high-rise building in Shanghai, because what’s better than Zombies and heights? This map was literally…

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Call of Duty Zombies For Idiots: Nuketown (7/17)

Any familiar with the Call of Duty franchise, especially the later additions, will be have either fond or horrific memories of the Multiplayer map Nuketown. The small clustered map leads…

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The FIFA Game that EA will (probably) never make

For me FIFA is a game that’s built upon such an unsteady love-hate relationship, I’ve been playing the EA Sport’s FIFA series since the very beginning in back in its…

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Call of Duty Zombies For Idiots: Black Ops II & Green Run (6/17)

Black Ops II Now the realm of Zombies has taken us way past the simple roots of just Nazi Zombies. There is a whole underworld that still isn’t covered by…

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Call of Duty Zombies For Idiots: Griffon Station (5/17)

In this expansive map you fluctuate between Area 51 and Griffon Station, a Nazi Moon Base. Nazi Moon Zombies anyone…Iron Sky? No? Additions: This map brings in some new features…

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Call of Duty Zombies For Idiots: Shangri La (4/17)

Additions: We meet two new enemies the Shrieker (which can distort the player’s vision if too close) and the Napalm Zombie (can burn the player and leaves behind a pool…

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EGX Rezzed 2017 – Our Games of the Show

Now EGX Rezzed 2017 has come to a close it’s time to reflect and look back at some of the standout moments and indie games. Personally it was my first…

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Your Hard Earned Cash

Triple-A gaming these days is following that lovely trend of trying to get us to hand over more of our hard earned cash (or government handed student loans) on games…

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EGX Rezzed 2017 – Twisted Bard Video Round-Up

This years London Games Festival kicked off with EGX Rezzed 2017, 3 bards were dispatched to the event to try out some exciting indie titles. Let’s check how they got…

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Call of Duty Zombies For Idiots: Call of The Dead (3/17)

Well there goes my track record of trying to explain what the hell happens in these maps. Call of the Dead is a massive step forward for the franchise, Treyarch…

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Call of Duty Zombies For Idiots: Black Ops, the story unfolds (2/17)

Black Ops was the next Treyarch instalment of the Call of Duty franchise. Now that Treyarch had been established to the community as the Zombie developers, they included Nazi Zombies…

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The Jim Sterling Incident – The Zelda One

Why is it that on a scale of 1-10 that half the spectrum is completely irrelevant? Unless a game is broken and utterly terrible, we won’t see a 1 or…

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Video Game Drinking Games

In honour of St. Paddy’s day, the kind folks at TwistedBard would like to help you celebrate in your own unique way. We have delved deep into the memory banks…

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Call of Duty Zombies For Idiots: The beginning (1/17)

  In Call of Duty: World at War the series added a new feature that would change the franchise and that would create hype in all fans of gaming…Nazi Zombies….

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Why I’m reluctant to buy at launch

  With the recent release of the Nintendo Switch and the buzz surrounding it, I sit here Nintendo-less and happy. As the footage and reviews from the long awaited Nintendo…

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The Fun of Speedrunning

Some games are challenging just to play. They are difficult to get through, and can force the player to retry over and over again until frustration overtakes them and they…

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Ubisoft Making A Comeback?

First off, you might be thinking “Why does Ubisoft need a comeback? They’re great!”. Let’s not deny it. The last few years haven’t been the best for Ubisoft. They obviously…

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Overwatch: Bringing Personality Back to Online Shooters

If you really think about it, there isn’t all that much to Overwatch. It’s an online shooter with a few different game modes and no single player component to speak…

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Horizon: Zero Dawn First Impressions and Where to Begin

Horizon Zero Dawn is absolutely massive. From the moment the game begins you are instantly drawn into this breath taking, post apocalyptic world. One of the many things I love…

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A split from Couch Co-op: Why the gaming industry has lost its love for split-screen

When gaming moved from the Arcade to the Living Room they still maintained their social aspect through split-screen cooperative gaming. Instead of you and your best friends huddled around a…

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