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(Note: Originally written by Gabriel Brown) An effective assault requires speed and decisiveness. Unfotunately for Rainbow Six: Siege Fans, Ubisoft doesn’t seem capable of such prowess in terms of delivering extra content with the same level of tactical ease. The fan favorite multiplayer shooter’s first post-launch DLC, entitled Black Ice, has been pushed back to…

For years, Assassin’s Creed has been the poster child for series annualization, a term which refers to making basically the same game every year with new graphics and one or two minor gameplay additions (see also: Madden, Call of Duty).  However, that may be changing according to anonymous 4chan posts by someone claiming to be…

2015 has come and gone, and what a whirlwind year for gaming it was. Gamers were treated to a handful of surprises, both good and bad. Everyone finally got their hands on Fallout 4 after an excessive wait, and Metal Gear Solid V delivered a healthy amount of controversy. Loads of people fell in love…

Happy New Year from all of us here at GamerSyndrome.com! In honor of today being the first legitimate day of 2016, the new year of gaming has officially commenced!  With so many great titles coming out this year, this list is dedicated to those games out there that focus on trying to make us gamers…

With today being New Years Eve, the year 2015 will end in just a few hours, while the year has officially ended in the Video Game industry. Some good moments in video game history,  some bad, and even some groundbreaking moments ever made in Video Game history. It’s an understatement to say that 2015 was another vanilla…

Fair warning: there are things about this game that even we don’t understand. But that’s not to say that the anime giants at BANDAI NAMCO haven’t crafted what looks to be a very exciting development in VRMMORPG. Created on the game’s original servers, Sword Art: Hollow Realization thrusts players back into the world of Sword…

Today on Twitter, Sony revealed a link leading to a new CG rendered trailer for the upcoming fourth installment in one of Sony’s most popular PlayStation exclusives, Uncharted. With Uncharted IV: A Thief’s End being confirmed as the last installment developed by Naughty Dog and the last game confirmed to feature the main protagonist, Nathan Drake. Naughty…

Of the many titles slated for release in 2016, few games have fans more excited than Kingdom Hearts 3, the third installment to the long running cross over series released back in 2002. As if hype levels of the third installment weren’t high enough, Square Enix teased fans with a promising tweet yesterday, and one…

A video game doesn’t need too many hooks to attract players: simplicity is key, and a single fun game mechanic is all the game needs to make it enjoyable. Enter: ClusterTruck. Currently still being developed by Landfall Game Studio, ClusterTruck is gearing up to be a fan favorite indie title for 2016. ClusterTruck is a…

I realize it’s become popular to hate the Wii U, but can we at least appreciate that it’s had all Wii games playable since day one?  Growing up as a PC gamer, where just about every game ever made is backwards compatible with the right mods and enough determination, I’ve never understood Sony and Microsoft’s…

Nintendo announced three new pieces of DLC today as part of what director Masahiro Sakurai confirmed would be the last Smash Direct for Super Smash Brothers for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U. The first new character to be announced was Corrin, joining Marth, Lucina, Roy, and Robin as the latest Fire Emblem character with a…