Sam Prell

Sam Prell

Sam Prell is an acting major-turned-freelance games journalist who has contributed to sites such as, Destructoid, Penny Arcade Report and Joystiq. He was raised on a farm by two teachers, both of whom were also athletic coaches that dislike too much technology. He might be adopted.

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Splatoon is like cutesy Doom, but Nintendo still doesn't quite get it

Splatoon is Nintendo’s take on the modern online shooter, reconfiguring the genre’s well-worn conventions into something fresh, fun, and accessible.
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Wolfenstein: The Old Blood taps new veins of absurd, Nazi-blasting joy

In The Old Blood, what you see is what you get, and what you get is a whole lot of Nazi-killing.

Finish them with style: how to perform every Mortal Kombat X Fatality

Looking to finish your opponent with gory, gory style? Here's our complete guide to pulling off both Fatalities available for every character in Mortal Kombat X.
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Titan Souls shines in the colossus' shadow

You don't just walk into a battle with a titan; you study it, analyze it, and solve it like a deadly riddle.
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Gorgeous and grotesque in all the right ways, Mortal Kombat X is a flawless victory

Mortal Kombat X is quite beautiful in its own way; like visiting a museum exhibit on the human body and all the ways it can be destroyed
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Resident Evil Revelations 2 feasts on the flesh of its predecessors

Revelations 2 is neither a particularly good game nor a particularly bad one. It has all the ingredients of a good Resident Evil game, but lacks substance. Viewed as a setup for what's to come, it's bearable. Viewed as its own game, it's…