Every newly released Blizzard game brings with it a tidal wave of jaw dropping fan art and Diablo 3: Reaper of Souls is not exception. There are tons of images floating around but here is a small selection that caught our eyes recently while surfing the internet.
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Dying may be a common thing in Dark Souls II, but that doesn’t mean it’s any less frustrating. The endless task of running through dangerous areas to retrieve souls can be maddening. For those of you who are still struggling, here’s a few pointers to keep you alive.
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No matter what people tell say, Dark Souls II is an amazing game. Sure you may struggle, strain, scream and die, but the sense of reward has reminded Josh why he plays games. Join him as he explains why we all need a game that makes us struggle for a victory.
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A new Dragon Age sequel is in the works and like any good RPG, this means a wonderful world of concept art to sift through. Join us as we browse through some stunning pictures of Dragon Age: Inquisition’s lush forests, decrepit cities and dangerous caves.
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This week Dave and Josh dissect Sony’s VR goggles aka Project Morpheus announced at the Game Developer’s Conference. Dave tries to contain himself over Battlefield 4: Naval Strike and the lads drop their first thoughts on the juggernaut online only shooter, Titanfall.
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Having poured more hours than I care to share into Fallout 3′s Capital Wasteland, it occurred to me many of you haven’t seen and enjoyed this wonderful post apocalyptic world. From me to you comes this short list of must visit hot spots for wasteland backpackers.
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Thief is a tough title to review. It’s a strange experience with not as much freedom as you’d expect. We throw in our two-cent’s worth before Garrett picks them out of our pockets. Josh shakes off his fanboy-ism to see if this reboot is a steal to treasure always or not.
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What a week! We’ve had dual surprise announcements with the reveal of Batman: Arkham Knight and Watch_Dogs now finally dated, yet both take second place behind the release of the deadset funniest game we’ve ever played, South Park: The Stick of Truth.
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After a spending an afternoon carefully putting together Dave’s new PC and then unfortunately losing half a podcast due to a computer glitch, rawDLC is joined by The GAP’s Joab ‘Don’t call me Gob ‘Gilroy to do a both on topic and irreverent power review of Thief.
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You may have noticed a few changes around the site this year. Perhaps it’s some of our regular posts showing up on different days or new weekly features. It’s OK, don’t be afraid. Every Friday we’ll give you the skinny on what the next week on rawDLC has to offer.
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