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Action-packed “Battlefield 4” successfully builds on predecessor

By Elliot Bauman
 Staff Writer 

Electronic Arts’ biggest franchise is back in full force with a new title this year. “Battlefield 4,” developed by Sweden-based DICE, was released for the PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 on Oct. 29. At its core, “Battlefield 4” stands as a solid successor to 2011’s “Battlefield 3,” although the unusual amount of similarity between the two games may distress long-time fans of the series.

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Gotta buy ’em all: entertaining “Pokémon X/Y” advances series

By Steven Buchele
 Staff Writer 

“Pokémon X” and “Pokémon Y” introduce a lot of new, and many long overdue, additions to the game—the most immediate of which is a massive upgrade in graphics. “Pokémon X” and “Pokémon Y” are the first major Pokémon games designed specifically for the 3DS and are the first to use 3D graphics. 

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