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Brad Pajuluoma

Being a child of the 80s Brad grew up playing any and all video games he could get his hands on from the 8 and 16 bit era. As he grew older, video games turned into a life passion. He now works as the QA Lead for one of Toronto’s leading mobile developers. Aside from playing any and all video games he can fit into his hectic schedule, Brad is also a DJ. He enjoys playing some of today’s latest and greatest electronic dance music at clubs here in the city.

Red Bull Proving Grounds with Street Fighter 5

On September 10th, I had the chance to check out the Red Bull Proving Grounds Fight For The 6ix, held on the University of Toronto campus. The main game being played was Street Fighter 5 and the competition was fierce but so was the comradery. Tons of matches were played but only one player could be the recipient of the single qualifying spot and win the trip to Santa Monica to compete as the Canadian representative in the finals.

Review: Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, we all asked for this

The latest game in the quintessential cyberpunk epic is here, Deus Ex: Mankind Divided. The direct continuation of the previous game and the augmented operative, Adam Jensen's ongoing story. This latest game in the series could quite possibly be the best in the series yet and we totally asked for this.

Gaming computers bring the ultimate experience for school and after school

The summer is already half over, which means back to school is only a month away. Which is a bummer for most but there is a silver lining, it is the best time to get a new PC or upgrade from your current potato of a rig and I have got some great gaming computers here, to help give you a one up on the competition in game and in school.

How to build the ultimate gaming station in your dorm

The school year is almost upon us, and if you are going to university, chances are you will be moving into a dorm. Granted you won’t be spending all your time in your dorm room, but when you are in there, you want it to be comfortable and to maximize what little space you have available. Hopefully this guide will help you pick out some great gear and give you some good ideas to give you the ultimate gaming station.

Review: Odin Sphere: Leifthrasir plays great and looks amazing

 Remakes and HD re-releases are never going to stop, that is just a fact of the video game industry as it stands currently. In most cases not much is done to these newer releases of older titles, aside from putting a few games in a series together and updating the graphics to 1080p in most cases. This is not the case with Vanillaware’s latest release, Odin Sphere: Leifthrasir, which not only had the HD overhaul but it also received some much needed improvements and a few welcome additions.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Mutants in Manhattan is totally turtles but is that enough

 Platinum Games’ last take on a classic animated series was amazing, as Transformers: Devastation was a ton of fun to play. So it was no surprise when they announced a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles game in the same genre of a 3D hack and slash. With a new art style and the classic heroes in a half shell, can Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutants in Manhattan, deliver the same level experience?

Review: Doom, fighting to hell and back has never been so much fun

 Id Software’s 1993 Doom is one of the most influential video games of all time and it just got one hell of an overhaul. The latest game in the series, simply titled Doom, released earlier this month on Friday the 13th. At this point it’s safe to say it won’t have the same impact as the original but it’s certainly going to give fans of the original game one hell of a good time.

Mirror’s Edge Catalyst Preview and Closed Beta Impressions

 Mirror’s Edge Catalyst is the next step in a game unlike any other. With its new open world map, the rooftops of the city seem endless. The closed beta just ended, and it was great to get back into Faith’s shoes to run through the rooftops again in preparation for the game’s release on June 7th.

Fallout 4 Wasteland Workshop DLC is more fun than a cage full of Deathclaws

The latest Fallout 4 add-on became available to buy online this week and if you are a fan of settlements it is a must have add-on. Wasteland Workshop released on April 12th and brings a tons of new features to settlements. So kick back and watch an arena fight or two after you have trapped whatever you want in your newly decked out settlement.

Review and setup: Xbox One Kinect 2.0

The second iteration of Microsoft’s motion sensing device called Kinect, is a peripheral that used to be bundled with every Xbox One. However after consumer complaints about the high cost of the bundle, Microsoft listened to it’s customers and decided to uncouple the device and sell it separately. Those of us in the know agree though, the Kinect is a cool piece of tech and if you use it right, it can make your whole Xbox One experience something we used to only dream about.

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