Top 5 Gaming Disappointments of 2014

Every year has its ups and downs, and 2014 is pockmarked with some of each. Here’s my personal rundown of the biggest gaming disappointments of 2014, though I’m sure others on the team would have vastly different lists.

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No DLC for Watch Dogs on Wii U

After too many postponed release dates, Watch Dogs is finally coming to the Nintendo console this November. Even if it’s good news for the Nintendo fans out there, there’s still a dark cloud remaining: the console won’t receive any DLC for the game.

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Watch Dogs Wii U Version Release Date

While most of us have already played -and possible beaten- Ubisoft’s open-world game Watch Dogs, Nintendo owners are still waiting for their chance to be able to experience the game in their Wii U consoles, something that now has a set date.

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Owl City Should Create A Video Game Soundtrack

A few weeks ago, I wrote an article on why I think Daft Punk would be a great duo to create the soundtrack to a video game. Today, I’d like to share with you another artist that I would love to see enter the gaming realm as part of my “…Should Create A Video Game Soundtrack” series. For the second installment, we look to the one and only Owl City. Though Owl City is not regarded as one of our time’s greatest musicians, his music is quirky, lively, and can bring on waves of different emotions. Let’s dive in and see why I would love to see Owl City work on a gaming soundtrack.

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