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About Martin

Marty is a contributor at Dusty Cartridge. He's also a freelance videogames journalist and borderline game addict. When he isn't slaying demons in Dark Souls he's meditating or attempting to lucid dream. You can follow his pearls of wisdom on Twitter @GladstoneMartin.

Our Picks From E3 2014: Bloodborne

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When Shuhei Yoshida formally announced the title to SCE’s newest IP, Bloodborne, the audience response was one of forced applause. This was, after all, an E3 void of excitement, surprise and innovation. The long awaited Star Wars: Battlefront gameplay reveal was a no-show, Far Cry 4 turned out to be Far Cry 3 with mountains, and almost ever major developer spotlighted games shown off at last years show. Read More »

Murdered: Soul Suspect Review

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Whodunnits. Commonly associated with TV crime shows, discovering who passed wind, and now, with Murdered: Soul Suspect, is the premise for a video game. There’s good reason for that, too. Whodunnits rely on tightly scripted narratives with carefully placed twists, and barring the talent present at Telltale Games, there’s few developers able to make a game focused almost entirely on story Read More »

Evolve vs. Titanfall – The Next-Gen Multiplayer Match-up

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After hands-on time with both Evolve and Titanfall, I can’t help but think 2014 will be remembered as the year multiplayer gaming leveled up. Both offer an experience refreshingly unique, pitting players as either a monster or a titan, as a soldier or hunter. Unfortunately some of us can’t justify the purchase of two multiplayer-centric games, and will be restricted to playing just one. Read More »

Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition Review

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I’m not usually a fan of plastic surgery. Being expensive and purely superficial, I was hesitant the first time I laid hands on Lara’s ‘definitive’ body. This is, after all, the second time the brunette has gone under the knife. The first time she got a breast reduction, now she’s suffered an extensive facelift. Fortunately for us Square Enix are master surgeons, sculpting this next-gen edition of Lara into the defining version of the game. Read More »

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