Tag Archives: Xbox 360

Review: Magic: The Gathering – Duels of the Planeswalkers 2015 (PC)

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As the rawDLC ranks continue to grow, local Sydney writer Alex Raso steps forward to take a look at the next annual Magic the Gathering card game on PC, will it manage to beat last years excellent experience? Read on to find out!

Crew view: Meet the crew

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If you are a regular here at rawDLC you may have stumbled across the forums, regular comment contributors (I’m looking at you Chad) or seen one of their own articles under the Crew View catagory. All of this content comes out of our tireless team of fans that live over at the Crew homepage. But where did they all come from? Crew leader Matthew White has kindly stepped forward to give us some insight into the long history of this awesome group of people.

Artsy Fartsy: Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor

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It’s that time of week again, time to get some inspiration! For this week’s Artsy-Fartsy, we grab a stack of shots from all over the internetz to showcase a game we can’t get enough of at the moment, Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor. Dig in.

Artsy-Fartsy: Watch Dogs

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After first seeing the footage at E3, Watch Dogs has been super high on the rawDLC must watch list. Now, with less than a week to go before it’s release, our excitement is at it’s peak. So why not celebrate with a look at some of the sweet artwork behind this epic looking  game?

Games We Missed: 10 games we didn’t cover (part 2)

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It’s Monday again and it’s time for part 2 of our list of games we missed. This time we look at blades, doctors, scares and some more music. Join us as we pull out another line up of titles we just couldn’t watch just pass by.

Games We Missed: 10 games we didn’t cover (part 1)

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The games industry can be a harsh mistress at times, and there are always games that slip through the cracks. As a tribute to some of the great games that passed us by, Josh throws some love to a few titles he found after everybody else.