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Enslaved: Odyssey to the West Review

Enslaved: Odyssey to the West Review

The headband firmly placed around my head, I have to follow orders. My other option, a rather painful and gruesome death, which quite frankly would put a real downer on my day. Having to protect the girl that gave me the order through most of the city was no easy...
Greg Hastings Paintball 2 Review

Greg Hastings Paintball 2 Review

Back when I was a teenager, I heard of many little events in Central Illinois that a bored teen such as me could partake in that the country boys loved to death. One of those activities was paintball, and despite my early skepticism, I really enjoyed the experience....
EA Sports MMA: Demo Impressions

EA Sports MMA: Demo Impressions

Being the big MMA enthusiast here on this site, it probably wouldn’t surprise you to find out that I jumped at the chance to test out the demo for EA Sports MMA. Well, earlier today I downloaded the sucker on my PS3 (because I’m too cheap to buy Xbox Live Gold) and...
Planescape: Torment Now Available on Good Old Games

Planescape: Torment Now Available on Good Old Games

It’s one thing to have a game in development for over a decade; it’s another thing to simply not be able to sell that game.  Such is the predicament of legal hell, and few games know that better than Planescape: Torment.  One of the most critically acclaimed computer...
Sonic Adventure Review

Sonic Adventure Review

Though not quite to the degree of Nintendo’s Virtual Console, the Xbox Live Arcade has seen many old school games become offered to the game playing public. For the past couple of years, quite a few retro standouts have resurged as either modern day ports, or getting...
Civilization V: What We Know So Far 2.0

Civilization V: What We Know So Far 2.0

As a long-time Civilization fan, I always get all giddy inside when I find out a new Civilization is on the horizon. Typically I expect tweaks and balances, improved graphics, a new feature or two, and the same great addictive gameplay I’ve grown to love for over 15...
Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light Review

Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light Review

Lara Croft has been around quite some time now and has gone through so many reinventions that I’m not sure which parts of her are natural anymore. Now Eidos is owned by Square-Enix, Lara may well take on a Japanese angle, but for now the latest game in her long...
APB’s Plug to be Pulled

APB’s Plug to be Pulled

If you were wondering if things could not get worse for Realtime Worlds, the answer is a very sound yes. Today, the plug has been pulled on APB, though there were supposedly around three hundred interested parties. According to Les Able, the spokesperson for Begbies...
Fable III to Improve the Co-Op Experience

Fable III to Improve the Co-Op Experience

As has been said before, nobody in Fable 2 wanted to play as a henchman. Well, it seems that for those interested in playing co-op in the series’ third installment, you won’t have that problem. Yes, it seems that Lionhead Studios have listened to the demands of the...
TGS 2010: Horror Title by Sega Coming to Kinect

TGS 2010: Horror Title by Sega Coming to Kinect

The merits of motion-controlled gaming in the context of creating a casual experience are fairly obvious, but it can be a little bit harder to discern how other genres may benefit. Survival horror is one that definitely comes to mind, but it looks like Sega are going...
TGS 2010: New Steel Battalion Coming to Kinect

TGS 2010: New Steel Battalion Coming to Kinect

The creators of the original Steel Battalion did not exactly have minimalism in mind. The controller for the game was huge and expensive, but it created a home gaming experience that had never been attained before. Tonight’s Microsoft conference from TGS had a few new...
TGS 2010: Capcom Shows of Asura’s Wrath

TGS 2010: Capcom Shows of Asura’s Wrath

TGS 2010 has kicked off and so far it’s proven to be quite interesting.  Capcom has a big presence as always when it comes to the Tokyo Game Show and this year it’s not any different.  A new IP has been announced from the makers of the Devil May Cry franchise, which...
TGS 2010: Team Ninja Announces Two New Titles

TGS 2010: Team Ninja Announces Two New Titles

At an event last night at Tokyo Game Show, Team Ninja announced that they have two new titles in the pipeline: Ni-Oh and Ninja Gaiden 3. Ni-Oh, a title that was being developed by Koei as a Playstation 3 exclusive back in 2005, is now going to be finished up by Team...
TGS 2010: EA Introduces My Garden for 3DS

TGS 2010: EA Introduces My Garden for 3DS

EA is the latest in a hill of publishers to work on Nintendo’s latest piece of technology the 3DS.  The publisher has announced a game they’ve been working on titled My Garden.  Coming from the EA Play label, My Garden is a gardening sim.  EA has said that My Garden...
Ico/Shadow of the Colossus comes to PS3

Ico/Shadow of the Colossus comes to PS3

I know for the fact that I’m not the only one who is staring at his PS3 slim and wishing that it was possible to play Shadow of the Colossus on it. Then again, why wouldn’t I? It’s easily one of the greatest games ever made. Well, it seems like I’m going to get my...