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‘Star Wars Battlefront II’ Review

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Since even before its launch, Star Wars Battlefront II was already divisive. There were a lot of problems with the original Star Wars Battlefront when it launched in 2015, and developer Dice has been listening to the fans, tweaking and learning what players want. While Battlefront II does fix a lot of the mistakes from the original title, it does make some completely new ones that overshadow the leaps and bounds that they’ve made in the last two years.

The biggest addition to Star Wars Battlefront II is the inclusion of an all new story mode. The campaign follows Iden Versio, an elite member of the Inferno Squadron, and bridges the gap between Return of the Jedi and The Force Awakens. The campaign beings with Iden Versio being captured by the rebel alliance (of her own accord) in order to erase a transmission so that the rebels don’t know what the Empire is doing. »

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‘Star Wars Battlefront II’ Review

20 November 2017 1:32 AM, PST

Since even before its launch, Star Wars Battlefront II was already divisive. There were a lot of problems with the original Star Wars Battlefront when it launched in 2015, and developer Dice has been listening to the fans, tweaking and learning what players want. While Battlefront II does fix a lot of the mistakes from the original title, it does make some completely new ones that overshadow the leaps and bounds that they’ve made in the last two years.

The biggest addition to Star Wars Battlefront II is the inclusion of an all new story mode. The campaign follows Iden Versio, an elite member of the Inferno Squadron, and bridges the gap between Return of the Jedi and The Force Awakens. The campaign beings with Iden Versio being captured by the rebel alliance (of her own accord) in order to erase a transmission so that the rebels don’t know what the Empire is doing. »

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‘Super Mario Odyssey’ Review: It’s About The Journey

19 November 2017 4:28 PM, PST

Mario has been the face of Nintendo in one form or another for almost 40 years. His debut as "jump man" in Donkey Kong signaled a new era for video gaming, and when Nintendo moved from the arcades to the living room, it fell on the jumping plumber to carry the vanguard during the dawn of consoles. Now, almost four decades later, Nintendo and Mario are both still going strong, Nintendo with the hot new Switch, and Mario with his greatest adventure yet, Super Mario Odyssey.

Homer Has Nothing On Mario

Perhaps the best thing about Mario's newest adventure isn't in the story itself, but the journey that the player will take in experiencing that story. Bowser has kidnapped Princess Peach yet again, and this time he's going to marry her, no matter what. Using an enchanted hat from a kingdom of living headwear to empower his bold move, Bowser also »

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