It was revealed today that Rise of the Tomb Raider is not only coming to the Xbox One first, but is in fact being published by Microsoft outright, which more than likely precludes it from ever coming to the PS4 (though PC is not out of the question). I went on a big rant about …

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Even after sleeping on it, I’m still trying to wrap my head around yesterday’s news that Microsoft will start selling the Xbox One without the Kinect in June.  There are so many angles to this story that it’s hard to know where to start. Well, I suppose I should start with the most obvious question, being that …

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>Now that I’ve finished Final Fantasy 13, I’ve got all this free time on my hands. I guess it’s time to look at the calendar and pinpoint when exactly I’m going to go completely broke. [May 18th, as it turns out. -Ed.] Bold = games I’ve already pre-ordered, or intend to ownItalics = games in …

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>It used to be easy for me to follow E3. For starters, my use of the internet was far more streamlined – I’d just point my browser at Gamespot all day and take in as much as I could without getting fired from my job. More to the point, I’d put a laser-like focus on …

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>All I’ve seen of E3 are Kotaku’s liveblogs of Microsoft, Nintendo and Sony’s press conferences; there’s been little time to actually see any video. That said, here’s my ranking: 1. Sony2. Microsoft3. Nintendo I could have gone either way between 1 and 2, but it was a new and exciting feeling to have a rooting …

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