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Hi I’m Jullian Matson. My friends call me Lister, which comes from my gamertag LISTERofSMEG42. I am a writer of sci-fi and fantasy. I play all video games, new and old. I am writing this blog to share with others my passion in gaming and writing. I hope to enlighten and entertain!

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided Launch Trailer

“You can kill dreams, you can kill innocence, you can kill freedom, but you can’t kill progress.” 

With the impending release of Deus Ex Mankind Divided,(releasing tuesday the 23rd of August on PS4, PC, & Xbox One) Square Enix/Eidos have dropped an awesome launch trailer.  While the official site hasn’t launched yet, you can check out all things Deus Ex at their Deus Ex Universe site.

“The year is 2029, and mechanically augmented humans have now been deemed outcasts, living a life of complete and total segregation from the rest of society.

I am definitely looking forward to this follow up to Human Revolution.  For one thing the graphics are on par with the cutscenes, a major gripe I had with the previous one just because it didn’t look how I envisioned the world to be in game.  The disparity between the cutscene graphics and the in game graphics rarely bother me, but they took me out of the world.  A dark and futuristic world with augmented limbs and abilities that would fit into an awesome sci-fi movie?  Count me in!  I look forward to reviewing it.

Are you excited for Deus Ex Mankind Divided?  Did you play the last one?  Did the graphics to cutscene comparison bother you?  Have you had this issue with any other games?  Sound off in the comments!

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COD Advanced Warfare: It Might Actually Be Good, Hopefully

When Call of Duty Advanced Warfare was announced and I watched the trailer with Kevin Spacey I was definitely intrigued but not convinced, that the award winning actor could pull the franchise out of stagnation alone.  Though I couldn’t help but feel that the move was an awesome one. Continue reading COD Advanced Warfare: It Might Actually Be Good, Hopefully