Anthony Carboni

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  • Why Doesn't Everyone Love JRPGs? - CASUAL FRIDAY

    We love the occasional Japanese RPG, but let's be real: they aren't for everyone. This week, we talk Atlus' Persona series, that Final Fantasy X HD remake that just came out, and other JRPGs we've found ourselves loving - or hating! - all while joined by Polygon's Megan Farokhmanesh.

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  • New Watch Dogs Gameplay! Tara's Hands-On Impressions of the Missions, Open World and More

    Tara recently got the chance to play over 4 hours of Watch Dogs, a game that for many represents one of the first truly 'next-gen' games. What did she think? Find out in her hands-on impressions video!

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  • Our Favorite Game Glitches - CASUAL FRIDAY

    In light of the ESO item-dupe bug, we were thinking: what are our favorite game glitches of all time? Turns out, there are a lot of them.

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  • The Creepy Story Hidden in Trials Fusion

    A Trials game is the last place we'd expect to find a story, much less a darkly comic one... but that's exactly what Trials Fusion seems to be hiding

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  • Are Tablets Finally Getting "Real" Games? - CASUAL FRIDAY

    We know, we know - two tablet-related videos in a row - but with more 'hardcore' games like FTL, Hearthstone and XCOM starting to show up on the iPad, we are genuinely tabbowondering: is this the beginning of a trend of more substantial games making their way to the platform?

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  • Monument Valley: A Beautiful Game About Impossible Geometry

    Monument Valley is a beautiful little game that recently shot to the top of the app store. Find out what makes it so special - and whether you should play it! - in this video. Monument Valley: http://www.monumentvalleygame.com/

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  • Super Smash Bros. 4: Why We're Pumped! New Characters, Stages, Items, Modes and More

    This week's Nintendo Direct was all about Super Smash Bros news, and we came away from it somehow even more excited for this game. Here's the stuff that excited us most, but let us know what you loved from yesterday's presentation (besides Sakurai's impeccable taste in leopard print dress shirts).

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  • Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel HANDS-ON! Gameplay, New Characters, Jetpacks and More

    Tara recently got a chance to play the just-announced Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel, and came away with a ton thoughts on the new characters (Athena, Wilhelm, Nisha and "Fragtrap", the militarized Claptrap), plus the new low-gravity environments, oxygen-based jetpack system, and everything else you can imagine. Onward!

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  • Child of Light Gameplay Hands-On: Our Impressions of the Combat, Art and Story

    Nick and Scott recently got a chance to play the JRPG-inspired Child of Light - the first non-Rayman game built entirely on the UbiArt engine. How does it look, play and feel? Watch our preview to find out?

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  • Indie Vs. AAA (and the Games In the Middle) - CASUAL FRIDAY

    Last generation, we saw the emergence of indie games as a $10-to-15 alternative to your standard $60 retail titles. Increasingly, though, that line is blurring, and a new, mid-size type of game seems to be emerging. What's the future of these mid-sized games?

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