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  • Rocketeer (Review) iPhone/iPad/iPod

    Posted by on September 20, 2010 under Portables, Reviews
    This iPhone app is about navigating a rocket through 83 screens of outer space by launching it slingshot style at an angle that allows it to a reach a blue teleport that transports the ship to the next level. Affecting your rocket's flight is an increasingly challenging scattering of planets with varying gravitational pulls, lasers, asteroid belts, bumpers and other stuff scientists keep trying to... more.
  • Mafia II (Review) Playstation 3

    Posted by on September 13, 2010 under PS3, Reviews
    The sequel to the best depiction of organized crime is finally here. In the first Mafia, you were a poor taxi driver who could barely make a living. After doing a few favors for a couple of fellas, they return the favor by giving you some work to help out. The rest is history; you end up with a career working for the Mafia. Mafia II takes a different approach. You play Vito Scarletta, a young b... more.
  • Gladiator Begins (Review) Sony PSP

    Posted by on September 11, 2010 under Portables, Reviews
    The fascination with gladiators didn’t reach a fever pitch until Russell Crowe made his appearance as one on the silver screen back in 2000. It gave the viewer a glimpse into the lifestyle, its hardships, and possible pitfalls. Gladiator Begins by Aksys places the player in a similar scenario. You are imprisoned and then sold to a wealthy man named Magerius, who makes his money from these fighte... more.
  • Slice It! (Review) iPhone/iPod/iPad

    Posted by on September 9, 2010 under Portables, Reviews
    If I had kids (I don't) and was a fan of homeschooling (I'm not), their education would consist primarily of playing video games. The franchise mode of Madden for basic math, god games for science and assuming various MMORPG persona for sociology (i.e. infiltrate a group of griefers and see how long you can retain their confidence, while using that information to prevent attacks through persuas... more.
  • BlazBlue: Continuum Shift (Review) Xbox 360

    Posted by on September 8, 2010 under Reviews, Xbox 360
    BlazBlue: Continuum Shift is the long-awaited sequel to Calamity Trigger, offering new characters, features, and a story that explains the events after CT. Fans will be delighted by the extended character roster. The upgrade includes 4 new fighters: Tsubaki, Hazama, Lamada-11, and Mu-12. Legion is another upgrade; the object is to eliminate armies that occupy territory. The game field is repres... more.
  • Dead Rising 2: Case Zero – Hands on (Review) Xbox 360 (WARNING, Mature Content)

    Posted by on September 4, 2010 under Reviews, Xbox 360
    Case Zero has you controlling Chuck Greene, a so-called Mr. Fix it. There isn’t anything Chuck can’t whip up with a few odds and ends. If you have a bat and some nails, and find yourself a workbench, you will have an extremely deadly weapon. The journey begins when Chuck and his daughter Katy stop in the small town of Stillwater, located forty-six miles outside the Las Vegas border. It i... more.
  • Samantha Swift and the Hidden Roses of Athena (Review) Nintendo DS

    Posted by on August 30, 2010 under Portables, Reviews
    Want to be an archeologist but scared of the spiders?   Let Mumbo Jumbo's Samantha Swift and the Hidden Roses of Athena bring your dreams to life.  Samantha travels the world to find the best treasures to share with everyone in The Museum of Secrets Lost. Samantha finds a golden shield that has 6 equally spaced holes that are for the legendary Roses of Athena.  When the roses were united, t... more.
  • Worms Reloaded (Review) PC

    Posted by on August 25, 2010 under PC, Reviews
    Many gamers may not realize this, but Worms by Team 17 first appeared on the Commodore Amiga computer well over a decade ago. Surprisingly, the game mechanics have changed little since the Amiga version and for good reason; it was perfection from the start. Worms Reloaded, like its predecessors, is a turn-based game that places your team of four worms on small islands against an opposing team. ... more.
  • Aerox (Review) iPhone/iPod/iPad

    Posted by on August 16, 2010 under Portables, Reviews
    There's a huge problem with great games. They invariably result in sequels and knockoffs which frequently are a letdown from that first love. Nearly 30 years after the debut of Marble Madness there's still not a ball-rolling game matching its zany addictiveness. But such games are a natural for the iPhone and other tilt-sensitive devices, so plenty of programmers are willing to try. So many I'v... more.
  • Castlevania Puzzle: Encore of the Night (Review) iPhone/iPod/iPad

    Posted by on August 3, 2010 under Portables, Reviews
    Castlevania Puzzle: Encore of the Night, a much-hyped and much-mocked iPhone app prior to its release, is one of those "match-three" variants dressed up in adventure/RPG packaging. Probably its strongest feature is its complete adherence to the foundation of the original Castlevania: Symphony of the Night platform game released for the original Playstation back in 1997. The plot still centers o... more.
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