Rectify Gaming

Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 – Review

The Division 2 is a fantastic action-shooter that invites players to take their own approach to a beautifully ruined Washington D.C.

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Xbox One S All-Digital Edition Officially Announced By Microsoft

The All-Digital Xbox One S is set to release in June.

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Jump Force Review

Fan favorite characters unite in this Manga crossover event

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Review: Devil May Cry 5

Devil May Cry 5 modernizes a classic with one of the greatest character action games ever created.

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Anthem is the second best selling game of 2019

This is Bioware’s second best-selling launch title of all time, which is right behind Mass Effect 3.

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// Latest News

Rumor: New IP From Retro Studios Potentially Leaked Through Reggie’s Twitter

For what Nintendo’s internal developer Retro Studios have been busy developing for the past few years have been left in the dark since the release of Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze back in 2014. With the acceptation of the title receiving a port for Nintendo Switch last year, for a ...
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343i Debunks Rumor Surrounding Battle Royale Planned For Halo Infinite

The continuous craze for where the battle royale genre might drop next has been the top discussion since the rise of the new genre when PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds and Fortnite really launched the new game mode. And now with Call of Duty and the more latest Apex Legends have entered the ...
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Gamescom will be getting its own live announcement show this year

In the past we saw companies like Microsoft host conferences at Gamescom with new game announcements for Xbox. This year it looks like the event that many call “the E3 of Europe” will have its own live announcement show hosted by Geoff Keighley. The show, Gamescom: Opening Night Live will ...
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Lucasfilm Looking To Possibly Expand On Star Wars: Knight Of The Old Republic Universe

Amid the recent news of the pitched story for the game that never reached it’s potential to make it into development with Star Wars: Knight of the Old Republic 3, it seems that despite the game’s last installment going as far back as 2004, Lucasfilm is still interested in the ...
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The Witcher Netflix Adaptation Said To Drop This Coming Fall

Last year, media streaming platform Netflix revealed that they are in the works of bringing a new series based on CD Projekt Red’s The Witcher to their subscription service sometime in the coming future. Unsure of when exactly though, Netflix did later update those anticipating the show be announcing the ...
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Last Of Us Part II Director Teases Progress On Game With Final Scene Shot

For the current line of PlayStation 4 exclusive titles, more anticipated titles such as The Last of Us Part II is currently still in the middle of its development process for the long awaited sequel to 2013’s Game of The Year, The Last of Us. While not much has been ...
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// Esports

Esports Shop Update Coming To Rocket League This Month

Rocket League has evolved into a premium Esports game since its release on PlayStation 4 and PC in 2015. While the game has grown competitively it has caught the eyes of professional organizations and with an upcoming update, the soccer with cars game will let you sport your favorite esports ...
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Rectify COD Will Be Attending CWL Anaheim With New Captain & Roster Shakeup

Fort Worth marked the 4th Call of Duty event Rectify has attended, but only the 2nd time where we had at least 3 or more of the same players playing in consecutive events. Since Vegas in December we made two roster moves which took out Futuristic & GRVTYTWO and then ...
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Report: Call of Duty League Franchise spots to sell at $25 Million each

Activision Blizzard has been engaged with esports currently and it looks like there is more work to be done. Reported by ESPN earlier today, the plan is have a Call of Duty esports league with a franchise in each city. The cost to have these teams in each city is ...
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Super Smash Bros. Melee dropped From EVO 2019

This years Evo 2019 selection show took place on February 26th on their twitch channel. The nine games includes crowd favorite DragonBall FighterZ will be making a return. A brand new entry coming to the tournament is unreleased game called Samurai Showdown. The community noticed that this left room for ...
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Fortnite World Cup Announced With $100 Million Prize Pool For 2019

Fortnite was one of the big stories of 2018 especially for its esports scene having multiple skirmish’s at PAX West and TwitchCon. Today, Epic have announced the Fortnite World Cup and it will have $100,000,000 in competitive prize pool for the entire year of 2019. Leading to the Fortnite World ...
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Genesis 6 Proves Smash Deserves Nintendo’s Sponsorship

This past weekend, one of the mainstays of Super Smash Bros. tournaments, Genesis, took place in Oakland, California. It was the 6th iteration of Genesis, with the first dating all the way back to 2009 when it was merely Brawl and Melee. Genesis has always been highly regarded as one ...
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// NX Gamer

Resident Evil 2: Remake – Graphics & Performance analysis | Every version tested from PC to consoles

     Capcom are on a roll and bringing back dem 90’s feels. Not only with new DMC titles that I have already covered but now one of the greatest horror games ever made. The pre-millennium feels continue with a demo, just as we got with Resident Evil directors cut ...
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RTX 2070 GPU Review: Is a $600 graphics card upgrade worth it?

   PC gaming is having that upturn within its cycle again, despite Nvidia’s best attempts to ruin it. It always happens and IS one of the biggest reasons we have premium consoles this generation, as I have covered before. As the performance limits top out on consoles, enthusiasts look for more ...
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Devil May Cry 5: Demo Analysis

Nero is the back and as bad as ever, being the star here but the final game will give us Dante, Virgil and more. For now though we get an early taste of this new chapter in the Devil May Cry universe and first impressions are excellent. This has the ...
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Elea: Chapter 1 Technical Review

You never get a second chance to make a first impression as the saying goes, is evidently true for many things and video games are no exception, well most of the time. With this true Indie title, which I will cover in a moment, that initial meet and greet can ...
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Tetris Effect | Technical Review – PSVR/PS4/Pro

Tetris Effect | Technical Review - PSVR/PS4/Pro Graphics Sound Immersion Overall 4.6 Summary Not just a game, a state of mind that refreshes a classic from our childhoods.   Puzzle or logic games have been around much longer than video games. Right back to dominoes, chess or Mahjong we have ...
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For Honor: Marching Fire | Technical Review

Beat-em-ups used to rule the world in the 90’s. Arcades were enjoying a daily deluge of new contenders to that Streetfighter crown. The 32-bit console generation was born with a polygonal battle fitting for the machines that powered them. The Saturn’s launch and early lead was due solely to Yu ...
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// Media Events

PAX East 2019: Simogo’s Sayonara Wild Hearts – First Impressions

Back at the 2018 Game Awards, the first reveal of the annual videogame awards ceremony came from Annapurna Interactive with Sayonara Wild Hearts. Announcing that the new game from Simogo is a “Pop Album Video Game” introducing neon-emphasized visuals, motorcycles, skateboards, and dance battles. This past PAX East I got ...
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PAX East 2019: Remedy Entertainment’s Control – First Impressions

Among the dozen of indie titles I managed to demo throughout the course of this year’s annual Penny Arcade Expo held in Boston, Massachusetts, I also got some down time with one of the more anticipated titles that is set to release later in 2019. This being Remedy Entertainment’s Control ...
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PAX East 2019: Bee Simulator Will Surprise You In A Good Way

This past PAX East had to have the most simulators playable among any other event we’ve been to. One of those simulators that we got to try out was the Bee Simulator and we must say, it’s surprisingly enjoyable. Right from the title you know you are playing the life ...
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PAX East 2019: Little Friends: Dogs and Cats Scratches The Itch For Nintendogs Fans

If you were a fan of the nintendogs franchise, you may be wondering where the next entry for Nintendo Switch is. Sure, they appear in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate as assist trophies, but those who want to care for them instead of watching them interrupt a heated Smash match are left out ...
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PAX East 2019: Hell Is Other Demons Offers Arcade Platformer Fun

Platformers as a medium continue to find new ways for developers to differentiate their projects from other titles that share the same concept. Either it being from more serious & less forgiving experiences to fun & energetic, there’s a flavor for everyone to enjoy in the genre. Like every PAX, ...
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PAX East 2019: Metamorphosis Tackles A New Form Of Platforming

If it isn’t already present to you, I’ve talked a lot already about the upcoming platformers coming from this year’s PAX East in Boston, and I will continue to cover the genre once again with Ovid Works’ Metamorphosis. Rather than what we’ve already seen before with 2D-focused platform titles like ...
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// Editorial

PAX East 2019: Remedy Entertainment’s Control – First Impressions

Among the dozen of indie titles I managed to demo throughout the course of this year’s annual Penny Arcade Expo held in Boston, Massachusetts, I also got some down time with one of the more anticipated titles that is set to release later in 2019. This being Remedy Entertainment’s Control ...
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Opinion: I Didn’t Care About Battle Royale, Until Respawn Made One

Battle Royale as a whole truly never interested me since the crazed for the genre surface about two years ago. For the most part, I usually don’t touch multiplayer titles as a whole, with The Division or GTA Online being the few exceptions. As most of my friends are usually ...
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Opinion: 2018 Really Kicked Off The VR Platform

Walking into 2018, I carried a stigma towards virtual reality as a platform in video games seeing the current reception of most titles and anticipated for augmented reality to surpass the platform within the coming years. Following the line of VR titles from Bethesda the year prior, 2018 did not ...
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CoolerMaster MH751 Headset – Review

The MH751 - Where has this headset been?! Review Summary If you’re looking for a clean, clear, crisp audio headset, with comfort that you’ve always dreamed about, then the MH751 delivers. In a land of endless headset possibilities, a well-established and highly regarded computer peripheral company hits the mark with ...
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Opinion: Players Need To Stop Sleeping On Lego Games

Annual released titles more recently have left a more negative connotation when players are subjected to them every year. With titles like Call of Duty and Assassin’s Creed, many fans are left with a feeling of fatigue from the same formula with a different change of scenery and a few ...
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The History of Smash 4

Super Smash Bros. has earned its keep as one of Nintendo’s featured titles along with Zelda and Mario. Fans of Smash come time and time again for the promise of new characters, new stages, new music, and new items you’ll spam endlessly after you’ve rolled to the edge of the ...
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// Entertainment

GET RECT Ep. 10: Garrett’s Mod

This week the boys do their impressions of e-store recommendation algorithms as they try to recommend games to each other in genres they dislike. Also in this episode find out how far will Evan go to support Suda 51, what sound effect best represents the space between a title and subtitle and all the ways ...
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GET RECT Ep. 9: We Forgot to Play Red Dead Redemption 2

It’s a time for reflection for the boys this week as they look back on all the games that were released this year – the good, the bad and of course Fallout 76. Which games were their favorites? Which ones were close? How much is a reasonable amount of money to pay for a second ...
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GET RECT Ep. 8: The ToddCast ft WonderBread!

This week the boys are stoked to have Rectify Smash Master WonderBread on the show! They are also stoked to jump on the suing Fortnite gravy train, to judge previous video game legal disputes and to decide which MK fatality is the best one to die by. Y’know, if you had to choose. Get over ...
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GET RECT Episode #7 – There’s a word for this – we’re just dipsh*ts

This week the boys don their philosopher hats to answer questions that have baffled humanity through the ages. What does it mean to be doxxed by Todd Howard? What does the inside of Sonic’s sneakers smell like? Can someone please make an F-Zero movie for Evan? Would Nick’s femur work as a toothpick for Garrett ...
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GET RECT 5: The Big Damn Dreamhack Episode

The boys shake off their hangovers and give you the DEFINITIVE Dreamhack recap! How did our Rectify boys do? Is Halo 3 back? Did Nick’s monumental rise and fall as an esports pro go to his head? All the answers and more in this episode of GET RECT! iTunes Stitcher Check out the podcast crew ...
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Castlevania Season 2

Castlevania: Season 2 review (Netflix)

Last year, Netflix and Konami teamed up for one of the most unlikely partnerships which formed into one of the most surprising video-game-to-TV translations yet: Castlevania. If you haven’t seen Season 1, check it out; it’s only four episodes, but definitely worth the watch. Now enter season 2 in which the greater focus is on ...
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// Minecraft

Minecraft Android, Windows 10, Xbox One: 1.12.0.2 Beta Build is Out Now

There has been a lot of betas in Minecraft’s history. From using Google+ to the Xbox Insider Program, features and bugs have come and gone. But now a 1.12 beta has been released and it is focused on content creators Some of the new features are: New items can now ...
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The Minecraft Movie Plot, Director and Release Date Confirmed

The Minecraft movie was first due to release this year then it was delayed due to a disagreement with some people and all of that jazz. Well today, more details were announced including a NEW date and a plot! From Minecraft.net, the article reads: “That date is March 4, 2022!” ...
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How Minecraft 1.14/1.11: Village and Pillage will affect existing worlds.

As the days, weeks and months have progressed, we have been given more and more information based on the Village and Pillage update in betas, snapshots, and information by developers. For existing survival worlds, you might be worried if you cannot prepare for the update as you already have a ...
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Minecraft Bedrock: Xbox One/Windows 10/Android Beta Build 1.11.0.8 is Out Now

Another day which means another beta build. This one does not have many new tweaks and it is mainly a bug fix beta build. However, this is a good thing because it means that the team are starting to wrap up the features and get the update finished in its ...
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Minecraft Map Review: City Living

This map is available on the Minecraft marketplace for 1340 Minecraft. City Living is by Noxcrew. Noxcrew has made maps such as Spaceship and Aliens, Millionaire Mansions and Monster of the Deep. The Minecraft Marketplace is on Windows 10, Android, iOS, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. Cities typically have a ...
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Minecraft Bedrock: 1.10 is Out Now

This update is rolling out to all Bedrock platforms right now. It can take a while for the update to reach your device. Nintendo Switch will receive this update in about 7 hours. This update can be quite big for several reasons. Firstly the ENTIRE game is changing its looks ...
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