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  • Resonance of Fate (Review) Xbox 360

    Posted by on June 15, 2010 under Reviews, Xbox 360
    In Resonance of Fate, your adventure takes place in a dark, gritty cyberpunk world where survival is key. You're for hire, and you will take any job that is available. This is the kind of place where crime and gangs thrive, and no one does anything to stop it. Welcome to Basel; a towering (albeit enormous) multiplexed skyscraper-like structure that stretches high up into the heavens, overlooking t... more.
  • Record of Agarest War (Feature Review) Playstation 3

    Posted by on June 11, 2010 under PS3, Reviews
    Finally a strategy role-playing game that makes the cut. There hasn’t been a strategy/tactical role-playing game of this stature in a very long time.  Record of Agarest War takes you back to when role-playing games were role-playing games, but on a deeper level. Record of Agarest War seems quite simple at first, but this is one of those games where you can’t judge a book by its cover. Perh... more.
  • Steam Pirates (Review) iPhone/iPod/iPad

    Posted by on June 10, 2010 under Portables, Reviews
    Reviewing this game is a lot like discussing Nancy Pelosi or Sarah Palin. There's a clear love/hate divide and those on the love side say the haters just don't get it. Color me ignorant. Steam Pirates is an RPG staring Kat, whose introductory scenes – something about being a mercenary trying to rescue a rock band and encountering mermaids – are promising enough. What ensues is a hybrid 2... more.
  • Boxing Zoo (Review) iPhone/iPod/iPad

    Posted by on June 10, 2010 under Portables, Reviews
    I'm perfectly amicable to abusing animals. "Cat football" was one of my first internet searches and my all-time favorite name for a pet is "Punt." It's a well-known phenomena among family and friends that their shelter rejects invariably plant themselves in my lap for interminable stretches as a sadistic form of revenge. So Boxing Zoo ought to be the ideal Punch Out clone to tote around on my i... more.
  • Fishdom 2: Premium Edition (Review) PC

    Posted by on June 10, 2010 under PC, Reviews
    Hooked on Fishdom?  With new icons and new aquariums to explore, Playrix has created yet another addictive game in Fishdom 2.  With 3 aquariums to unlock; Ranch, Egypt, and Merworld and new icons, you will find yourself being lured in. There are bonus mini-games where you can earn either fish or money by finding all the hidden gems in the aquarium (move the decorations around to find them all). ... more.
  • Ben 10: The Rise of Hex (Review) Xbox 360

    Posted by on June 4, 2010 under Reviews, Xbox 360
    Just a brief introduction for those not familiar with this game: Ben 10 has been a long-running cartoon on the Cartoon Network for quite some time. Ben 10: The Rise of Hex starts off with your friend Kevin who comes up missing. You are informed by your other friend, Gwen, about the situation. You and Gwen set out to rescue your lost friend who was last seen on the other end of town. What Ben do... more.
  • Yakuza 3 (Review) Playstation 3

    Posted by on June 2, 2010 under PS3, Reviews
    Kazuma has returned in Yakuza 3 to bang heads, unravel a conspiracy, and to save an orphanage from being demolished by a resort construction project. Our hero has retired from the rough life of being a Yakuza, and has moved to the quiet island of Okinawa to be the owner of Sunshine Orphanage. Kaz believes his life will be quiet and free of all Yakuza influence, but he soon finds out differently. ... more.
  • Prince Of Persia Retro (Review) iPhone/iPod/iPad

    Posted by on June 1, 2010 under Portables, Reviews
    Playing the iPhone update of this ancient classic is a lot like taking back a spouse that had an affair. There's love and a desire to reunite, but you're just not sure you can ever fully trust your partner again. Which isn't to say it's not worth messing around a bit for old times' sake. Prince Of Persia Retro revives the 1989 Apple II classic that launched a prolific gaming franchise and ut... more.
  • Goro’s Way (Review) iPhone/iPod/iPad

    Posted by on June 1, 2010 under Portables, Reviews
    A cute 2D platform creature trying to eek out a living in a cruel 3D shooter world. That's as close to "you had me at hello" as I get. I've long been a sucker for this now-underdog genre, which when done well matches the best of its rivals in offering new things to explore and discover. But Goro's Way is like that pretty girl who turns out be not all that bright (or, in my case, probably acti... more.
  • Angry Birds (Review) iPhone/iPod/iPad

    Posted by on May 28, 2010 under Portables, Reviews
    Odds are you probably already have and love this game, so all that's left for a poor reviewer to do is try to tell you something about it you don't know. For starters, behind the pay wall of The Wall Street Journal's Web site is this gem of an incentive for aspiring app developers:  "'Angry Birds' has generated about 2.35 million paid downloads since its launch in December…It costs 99 cents... more.
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