Tag Archive: Call of Duty

Far Cry Primal

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I’ve been distracted of late and thus I’ve been neglecting this blog and this ““column”” also. As a result of this I now have a backlog of this to write, rather ironically. It… Continue reading

The Dreaded Backlog: Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare

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Infinite Warfare hit the ground with something of a thud. It wasn’t so thuddish that Activision didn’t still make tonne of cash, but it was enough for them to go back to basics… Continue reading

The Dreaded Backlog: Doom (2016)

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2016’s Doom feels like the story of my gaming life, except it’s also better than that. As a child I played a lot of Quake and Quake II, quite a bit of Wolfenstein… Continue reading

The Dreaded Backlog: Sniper Elite V2

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Video games love killing Nazis. Video games are often extremely violent and amoral about that violence. There is something about Nazis that make it morally acceptable to kill them violently in media. I… Continue reading

The Dreaded Backlog: Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham

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The Lego games are a bit like the Call of Duty and Assassin’s Creed games. They’re not all identical in the details, but in the broad strokes it’s not much of a stretch… Continue reading

The Dreaded Backlog: Red Faction: Guerrilla

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Half of Red Faction: Guerrilla is an opportunity to be the best game ever made with the other half being the opportunity to be one of the blandest. The game manages to be… Continue reading

The Dreaded Backlog: Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Blacklist

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Welcome to THE DREADED BACKLOG! It’s incredibly easy to buy video games, but it takes a lot more time to play through them. All of us have a backlog of good gaming intentions… Continue reading

The Dreaded Backlog: Goldeneye 007: Reloaded

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Welcome to THE DREADED BACKLOG! It’s incredibly easy to buy video games, but it takes a lot more time to play through them. All of us have a backlog of good gaming intentions… Continue reading

The Dreaded Backlog: Far Cry 4

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Welcome to THE DREADED BACKLOG! It’s incredibly easy to buy video games, but it takes a lot more time to play through them. All of us have a backlog of good gaming intentions… Continue reading