All Posts by: Guest Editorial

Review: Magic: The Gathering – Duels of the Planeswalkers 2013

Written by on July 22, 2012 in


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Stainless Games has released the 2012 edition of their now annual Magic: The Gathering – Duels of the Planeswalkers series. The third in the series so far, Duels of the Planeswalkers 2013 (it isn’t a car year, honestly) introduces some series-first mechanics, some for the casual player and some for the more advanced Magic gamer…. Read More »

Guest Editorial: Save the Leaderboard

Written by (@) on February 7, 2012 in Opinion

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This month’s Guest Editorial is by Scratch Pratt. Scratch is a Microsoft Most Valued Professional for the Xbox 360, a Xbox Live Ambassador, and a moderator on the Xbox Live Forums. In addition he helps run the website Xbox United. Scratch can be found on Twitter as aka_Scratch and on Xbox Live under gamertag aka… Read More »

Review: From Dust

Written by on August 5, 2011 in


by Brandy Johnson From Dust is essentially the story of an ancient tribe attempting to find its niche and a place to safely call home within the world they occupy. The earth has given up and has let Mother Nature do as she will over her surfaces. Mother Nature has not been kind to the… Read More »

Review: Ms. Splosion Man

Written by on July 14, 2011 in


by Brandy Jordan For Splosion Man, the cake was indeed a lie. The scientists at Big Science couldn’t celebrate his capture for long because a spilled bottle of bubbly in turn created his feminine half, Ms. Splosion Man. Twisted Pixel comes back at us with an equally wacky and ridiculous sequel to Splosion Man, which… Read More »

Review: Transformers: Dark of the Moon

Written by on July 12, 2011 in


  by Brandy Jordan Transformers: Dark of the Moon is the third game based on the movie trilogy by Michael Bay. It takes place around three years after the second film ends, the humans think that the Decepticons have left Earth defeated but the Autobots know that it is not so. Wheeljack discovers that satellite… Read More »

E3 2011: 10 Best and Worst Press Conference Moments

E3 2011: 10 Best and Worst Press Conference Moments

Written by (@) on June 9, 2011 in Features

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E3 is only starting but for most people, the press conferences are the only worthwhile moments of E3, especially if you are not there in person. I have come up with a list of the 10 best and worst moments of the E3 2011 Press Conferences. Best 10. 3D Bundle – I am not a… Read More »

Review: ilomilo

Written by on January 5, 2011 in


ilomilo is the latest and last game in the series of XBLA titles that Microsoft is releasing for the Xbox Live Arcade “Games for the Holidays” promotion, and is the first XBLA title of 2011. iliomilo was created by Swedish developer, SouthEnd Interactive. The game was originally released as a Windows Phone 7 version, and… Read More »

Review: Kinectimals

Written by on December 5, 2010 in


by Ken Crockett Kinectimals is a launch title for the new Kinect camera system for the Xbox 360.  It is developed by UK developer, Frontier, who brought us the Thrillville series of amusement park games, as well as the WiiWare title Lost Winds.  To say it plainly, I think this is their best title yet…. Read More »

Review: Mafia II

Written by on September 15, 2010 in


by Ken Crockett Don Corleone ,  Tony Montana,  Vito Scarletta… if you have ever watched any Mafia movies, you know who the first two are, but who is the last one? He is the main character in the new game, Mafia II, developed by 2K Czech.  In Mafia II, you play as Vito Scarletta, who… Read More »

Review: Singularity

Written by on July 29, 2010 in


by guest reviewer Ken Crockett In Soviet Russia time has you! Singularity is the new FPS from Raven Software with a shooter and sci-fi theme. You attempt to unravel a conspiracy and must fight your way through the ever-shifting environment. You work to uncover the mysteries surrounding the island of Katorga-12, where a 1955’s Soviet… Read More »