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Jon Scarr
Based in Toronto, Jon is a proud Canadian who has a serious passion for gaming. He is a veteran of the video game and tech industry with over 20 years experience. Jon loves to talk about gaming and tech, come say hi and join the conversation with Jon on Twitter @4Scarrs_Gaming.

Behind the Games: Halo’s epic story

Halo 5: Guardians has made a big splash on the Xbox One, and for some it’s their first Halo game. Jumping into the story might be a little difficult for some, but no need to worry I’m here to help. If you’re new to the Halo franchise, or just looking for a refresher on the Halo back-story, you’ve come to the right place.

Review: MLB The Show 16 is a home run

Welcome to the big leagues with MLB The Show 16 available exclusively on PlayStation. Beyond just graphical updates, MLB The Show 16 is bursting with new updates and features, which makes it the most immersive and authentic baseball game to date.   Come find out why baseball fans will find no better way to get ready for the upcoming season than with MLB The Show 16.

Review: Far Cry Primal is one of the best first-person action-adventure games this year

Far Cry Primal takes you back to the Stone Age, when giant mammoths and sabretooth tigers ruled the world. Learn to craft a deadly arsenal, outsmart enemy tribes, and fend off predators in Ubisoft’s last entry in the Far Cry franchise. How does Far Cry Primal stack up against other games in the series? Come find out inside.    

Review: EA Sports UFC 2 is as real as it gets

Developed by Vancouver’s own EA Canada, EA Sports UFC 2 takes the franchise and MMA games to the next level. Offering brand new game modes, thousands of new animations and updated character likenesses—UFC fans will be in heaven.   Come find out why EA Sports UFC 2 offers the best UFC experience ever.

Preview: Hitman marks the return of Agent 47

Hitman, the latest release in the popular series is set to change the way we look at episodic gaming. Touted by Io-Interactive and Square Enix as the first fully episodic AAA game in franchise history, Agent 47 makes his glorious return in quite possibly the series best game to date.   Come find out why Hitman should be on your must-play games list.

How to protect your data using encryption

Have you ever thought about encrypting the data on your PC? What exactly is encryption? These questions and more will be answered; come find out inside why you should encrypt the data on your PC today.

Review: Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare 2 is the funniest, craziest most over-the-top shooter yet

Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare 2 immerses you into an all-out battle where for the first time in franchise history, zombies have conquered Suburbia and plants are on the attack. Go on the offensive as the plants in all-new modes including the 24-player Herbal Assault mode, or rally the zombies together and defend against the plants in the 4-player co-op mode, Graveyard Ops. 

Review: Street Fighter V the legendary franchise returns for a whole new generation

The legendary fighting franchise that set the world on fire returns with Street Fighter V! Powered by Unreal Engine 4, witness stunning visuals that depict the next generation of fighters in unprecedented detail. With 16 playable characters at launch, cross platform play and a slew of new features this looks to be one of best Street Fighter games to date.

How to get the most out of your gaming console

These days, when buying a console, not only are you getting a gaming machine, you are also getting a fully-fledged entertainment system. The consoles of today can play video games, stream movies and TV, can play music, and allow you to share user created content. Come join me, as we look at these feature-rich devices and find out how you can get the most out of your Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Wii U.

Review: Yo-Kai Watch is a game that all ages will enjoy

Yo-Kai Watch, the Japanese cultural phenomenon is now available for the Nintendo 3DS family of systems. With the power of the Yo-Kai Watch, you can find and befriend more than 200 hidden yo-kai, found everywhere in the world, and call upon their powers when you need their help.    Come find out why Yo-Kai Watch is unlike any other monster-collecting role-playing game to date.

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