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Battlefield Hardline Prologue Mission, Hotel Hallway

First Look At EA Access’ Battlefield Hardline Trial

This article contains spoilers of the prologue of Battlefield Hardline— viewer discretion is advised reading forward   Battlefield Hardline‘s prologue starts out as an opening cutscene with Detective Nicholas Mendoza, played by Nicholas Gonzalez, who has starred in several crime dramas like Dirty, Scenes of the Crime, Spun, Down for Life, and S.W.A.T.: Firefight. Nicholas Mendoza, accus...[Read More]

What Project Morpheus Means for the VR Industry

What Project Morpheus Means for the VR Industry

Last week, Sony updated the world on Project Morpheus, its virtual reality headset for PlayStation 4. The near final version revealed had a number of impressive updates including a higher resolution display, a refresh rate that’s almost double the refresh rate of the Oculus Rift DK2, and the ability to play games at 120 FPS (frames per second). The final version was announced for launch in t...[Read More]

The Curious Case of Bungie Aerospace

The Curious Case of Bungie Aerospace

Four long years ago, world-reknowned creators of Halo and the yet-unannounced space-epic Destiny announced an interesting project: Bungie Aerospace. Aerospace was a brilliant initiative from the minds at Bungie to partner with small developers and provide them with the initiative, funds, and community to cultivate and launch amazing games. Per Audacia ad Astra – Through Boldness To The Stars...[Read More]

Munitio Making Waves [Updated]

Munitio Making Waves [Updated]

A LOOK INTO MUNITIO In late 2009, Munitio introduced themselves to the world, out of nowhere. A self proclaimed “precision sound company”, specializing in lifestyle electronic accessories. Let’s be honest, in 2009 you probably didn’t even know that Munitio actually existed. What put them on the map then, and ultimately gave the small company a chance to prove their ability ...[Read More]

20 Questions with Battlefield 4’s Dan Mitre

20 Questions with Battlefield 4’s Dan Mitre

This weeks 20 Questions will be with Dan Mitre (Community Manager Battlefield EA) @dan_mitre As I write this over 159,456 players are playing Battlefield 4 online, just about half the amount who bought the first console Battlefield back in 2005. Compare that to the 11.5 million copies of Battlefield 4 sold across the world you can see that the series has become a giant in the FPS world— if not the...[Read More]

The Sexy Adventure of Van Helsing - Xbox Video

Xbox Video features “Softcore” Erotic films

Editor’s Disclaimer: What is an editorial? It is generally an article written, by or on behalf of an editor, that gives an opinion on a topical issue. With that being said, the contents of this article are only opinion and do not reflect the collective beliefs or opinions of the entire LevelSave staff. Just mine. Some materials in this editorial are suggestive, read at your own discretion as...[Read More]

Smash Controller-Nintendo’s “New” Way To Play

Smash Controller-Nintendo’s “New” Way To Play

  …Nintendo has been unable to create a new product that surpasses what they did 13 years ago. Like many of you, we here at LevelSave were chomping at the bits to try out the next iteration in the Super Smash Brothers series. Finally having had some time with the game I noticed something quite peculiar about how important the controls are to the game, specifically the GameCube controlle...[Read More]

The “D” in Destiny is for Disappointment

The “D” in Destiny is for Disappointment

Originally posted on the author’s blog. Let me start by saying that there are a lot of really good things about Destiny. I do like the game. I’ve hit level 20 and completed all of the story missions. I played a significant amount of the competitive multiplayer and even there the game is exceptionally good. The supercharged abilities add a nice wrinkle to competitive play especially in the ob...[Read More]

Evo 2014: Fighting Games are the Flagship of eSports

Evo 2014: Fighting Games are the Flagship of eSports

This weekend, one of the biggest video game tournaments in the world took place.  Evo 2014 was held at the West Gate Hotel, formerly known as the Las Vegas Hilton and located right next to the Las Vegas Convention Center.  While the venue wasn’t exactly the greatest in comparison to that of its previous holders, the action that the tournament (and its participants) served up was. Evo is exclusivel...[Read More]

Assassin’s Creed Unity – Moving the Conversation Forward

Assassin’s Creed Unity – Moving the Conversation Forward

Gender equality controversy has once again struck the video game industry. This time Ubisoft has come under fire for what many believe are flimsy excuses regarding the absence of female character models in Ubisoft’s new Assassin’s Creed game, AC: Unity. The controversy began when Ubisoft creative director Alex Amancio intimated that female assassins were left out of the game due to “the reality of...[Read More]

Microsoft E3 Press Conference: Throwing Down the Gauntlet

Microsoft E3 Press Conference: Throwing Down the Gauntlet

The new generation of consoles is here and Sony has jumped out to an early lead. It’s clear that Microsoft has been feeling the pressure as sweeping changes were rolled out for Xbox Live and Kinect is going to be taken out of the box to lower the price to $399.99. I was looking forward to what Microsoft had in store for us in their E3 press conference and I was not disappointed. Phil Spencer came ...[Read More]

Halo: The Master Chief Collection is Coming – but is the time right?

Halo: The Master Chief Collection is Coming – but is the time right?

Halo: The Master Chief collection was announced today for the Xbox One, featuring the original multiplayer for every Halo game running on its original Xbox on the Xbox One. We have to ask ourselves a question now: is it the right time for this? Halo as a multiplayer shooter is still a huge game on the Xbox 360, thousands of players play Halo 3, Halo 4, and Halo: Reach every day on the Xbox, and th...[Read More]