Category Archives: Features

AA’s 33: Our Most-Anticipated Games of 2015 – Part 2

Be sure to read the first and third part of our most-anticipated games as well. 12) Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain Platforms: Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PC Metal Gear Solid 3 is the game that changed my life as a gamer. Without it, I may not be sitting here writing this paragraph, or even pursuing […]
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AA’s 33: Our Most-Anticipated Games of 2015 – Part 1

As we bask in the beginning of 2015, gamers have much to look forward to once again with a new year: E3, Game Developer’s Conference, Tokyo Game Show, PAX conventions and, of course, the arrival of new games – and even more than that if you can believe it. 2015 is already off to a fantastic start […]
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The Remaster – Is it Really Such a Bad Thing?

Remaster: A term that would bring excitement as we watched a beloved experience receiving a full makeover, allowing us to once again experience the wonderful adventure on our current batch of consoles. These days the term has a lot of negative stigma, mostly due to the large number of remastered titles releasing each month rather […]
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Analog Addiction’s 2015 Predictions

With every new year, there comes the promise of more games, conventions, announcements, and surprises for gamers. While there is no way to know what this year will hold in store unless you happen to be a high-ranking employee of a company, it is always enjoyable to speculate as to what the coming year will […]
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‘JumpJet Rex’ Early Access Impressions

Super Meat Boy, Flappy Bird, Mega Man, these are just a few influences that seem to have inspired JumpJet Rex, a 2D old-school style platformer featuring a space boot wearing T-Rex. JumpJet Rex was recently released on Steam Early Access, meaning the preview slice I experienced was quite early in development. Despite that, JumpJet Rex […]
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7 Ways the Wii U Can Improve in 2015

I honestly didn’t think I would be saying this a year after the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 released, but the Wii U has – to an extent – become my favorite console this generation for one simple reason: Reliability. It’s the only system where as I’m waiting for the white backdrop and logo to appear on my screen, […]
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Analog Addiction’s Game of the Year Winners 2014

The time has arrived. After a huge selection of quality nominees, after rounds of voting, and many hours of gaming, Analog Addiction is proud to announce the winners of each Game of the Year award below. Visuals of the Year Dragon Age: Inquisition: “Dragon Age: Inquisition is an incredible installment in the series. Dynamic characters, […]
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AA Meeting Podcast Episode 71

AA Meeting Podcast Episode 71 [Click above for the audio version] The AA Meeting is your weekly destination for all the biggest gaming news of the week. The AA Meeting makes it 2015 return! This is your weekly destination for all the biggest gaming news of the week. This week PlayStation editor Jamie Briggs explains […]
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Analog Addiction’s GOTY 2014 Nominees

It’s now 2015, which means we can sit back and reflect on the year of 2014 and what gaming goodness it provided. With that being said Analog Addiction has gone to great lengths to discuss what titles deserve the recognition for being Game of the Year contenders. After a lengthy nomination process Analog Addiction now […]
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2014: Refreshing The First Person Shooter

The shooter genre, particularly first person shooters, is one of the most popular genres in video games. Most shooters have basic mechanics which are easy to understand, as well as more difficult elements which allow skilled players to separate themselves from the rest. Due to the rise of Call of Duty, shooters also now attempt […]
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‘The Crew’ Review

Platforms Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC Publisher Ubisoft Developer Ivory Tower Genre MMO Racing Platform Played Xbox One The Crew is one ambitious title. Not because it is an open world racing game with a map literally the size of the United States. Nor because The Crew is a Massive Multiplayer Online game on home consoles. Rather, Ubisoft’s latest racing title […]
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Where Should the ‘Far Cry’ Franchise Go Next?

Ubisoft’s latest entry in the Far Cry franchise has been released several weeks ago, and – for the most part – everyone agrees it’s yet another successful title in the ever-growing series. Our own Nathan Manning gave it an impressive 9/10, calling it “an absolute delight to play.” But is Far Cry 4 really a […]
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‘The Crew': 15 Hours On The Open Road

The term MMO (an abbreviation for Massive Multiplayer Online) is changing. Before 2014, an MMO was – bar a few exceptions – a PC only title often involving RPG elements and cooldown based combat in a gigantic fantasy open world. However, with the launch of a new console generation, and more console gamers connected to […]
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Analog Addiction’s Holiday Geeky Gift Guide 2014

It happens to be that time of year again, the time when hordes of people flock to malls in order to track down the perfect gifts for their friends and family. There is certainly no shortage of gift options, especially when it comes to picking something out for your favourite geek or gamer. Regardless of […]
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‘The Evil Within’ – Did it Reinvigorate Survival Horror?

So the dust has long settled after the post-hype of The Evil Within with it receiving a large number of good reviews. It was extensively hyped, given that survival horror had been on a downward slope in recent years, although certainly on its way back up now in some regards. So below are six factors in […]
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