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  • The Survival of Survival Horror
    The Survival of Survival Horror
    Thanks to society's new found infatuation with walking corpses and vampires that sparkle like fishing lures, the supernatural is now at the forefront of popular culture. The growing phenomenon has prompted a surge in the production of "...
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    Gold in the Carts - Vintage games consoles
    It feels strange to have lived and worked through a time in video gaming history which is old enough now to seem vintage and collectable. This does not have to be that long a time in this industry. But to me the N64 is a platform from not so long...
  • Young Justice: Legacy
    Playstation 3 'Young Justice: Legacy' review
    I admit that I wasn’t aware of the “Young Justice” Warner Bros. cartoon series until seeing an early build of the “Legacy” game at the 2013 E3 Expo. Since, seeing Little Orbit’s action RPG, I was intrigued...
  • Deadpool Having Fun
    Deadpool Review
    Accompanying the new releases, such as The Last of Us and Remember Me, and re-releases of other deep games such as Final Fantasy IV and Max Payne III, along came a game that nobody was expecting. Deadpool is a game where you play as the &ldquo...
  • Boys Busy with their Electronic Game Players-Innocent Passtime or Addiction?
    Boys Busy with their Electronic Game Players-Innocent Passtime or Addiction?
    For the last few years it has become almost as prevalent as cell phones. If you have an adolescent, pre adolescent, or savvy grade schooler, you have some form of electronic device in your life that occupies a fair amount of their time. Wether or...
  • GamersGate
    Don't trust GamersGate
    December 21st really was the end of the world for digital game distributor GamersGate.com, or at least the beginning of it. The site has long suffered from an unexplainable bug that can discount games far more than is apparently intended, a bug...
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    Kung Fu Review: 'Like a Dragon' (Photos)
    “Like a Dragon” is Japanese director Takashi Miike's adaptation of a video game series known in the U.S. as “Yakuza”. It cannot be stressed enough that this is a video game adaptation since if you’re unfamiliar...
  • Sales down 11% over the course of the year? What do you think the industry needs to do for a change?
    NPD sales reports overall videogame sales down 11% in comparison to 2011
    The NPD sales reports have been released for the month of November. Not surprisingly, the heavy hitters are at the top of the list, but overall sales have dropped 11% in respect to last year. The Sales numbers are:Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 (360,...
  • Doom 3: BFG Edition
    Doom 3: BFG Edition Review and Giveaway Contest!
    It's been almost five years since we first heard that development for Doom 4 was underway, but aside from id Software's John Carmack hinting about how awesome the game will look, news on the project has been relatively quiet. Work on the...
  • Advancing technology has unintentionally breathed life back into classic games
    Advancing technology has unintentionally breathed life back into classic games
    With Xbox Live, Playstation Network, Steam, and other online multiplayer gaming communities fueling the current yet apparently everchanging future of gaming, it's difficult for a classic game to return to the spotlight. An existing problem...
  • Dishonored Review
    Dishonored Review
    The avalanche of fall releases continued this week with Arkane Studios' launch of their new IP, Dishonored. Dishonored is a stylized FPS of sorts that boasts some cool new elements while borrowing several successful mechanics from other games....
  • Wreck-It Ralph
    Will 'Wreck-It Ralph' measure up?
    Set to release November 2, 2012, Wreck-It Ralph has been generating quite a bit of buzz with Disney lovers and videogame enthusiasts alike. It is uncommon for a Disney animated feature to encounter such fundamentally thought-provoking concepts as...
  • Resident Evil 6
    Resident Evil 6 Review
    Almost everyvideo gamefanatic can remember the first time they walked the dimly lit corridors of the Spencer Mansion. It was an unforgettable experience that made Resident Evil an instant classic and set the tone for what would define the survival...
  • Borderlands 2
    Boderlands 2: Review
    I had originally shied away from the first Borderlands game because I was worried the RPG elements would take away from the traditional FPS gameplay. As a fan of classic shooters, I like the pseudo realism of enemies exploding into a mist of reds...
  • Tony Hawk's Pro Skater HD
    Tony Hawk's Pro Skater HD: More than a Review
    It's been over a month since Tony Hawk's Pro Skater HD was released on Xbox Live, but earlier this weekthe highly anticipated reboot finally made it to the PSN. Although Microsoft had an agreement for an exclusive launch as part of their...