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Review: SimCity

Written by on May 13, 2013 in


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SimCity is one of those classic, time-sucking franchises that egged me on to play for just another five minutes. Of course, another five minutes easily turned into hours and hours. Knowing this as I write up my SimCity review, I openly admit that there are some fond, rose-colored memories attached to my opinions of this… Read More »

Review: Motocross Madness

Written by on April 10, 2013 in


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There is an absolute glut of quality racing games cluttering our shelves and hard drives nowadays. For gamers this is a really good problem to have. For Motocross Madness it kind of isn’t. There isn’t anything inherently wrong with the game, in fact it’s pretty swell; however, there isn’t anything that really stands out about… Read More »

Review: To The Moon

Written by on February 14, 2013 in


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On the surface, To The Moon by Freebird Games seems like an unassuming indie title that came out in September, 2012 to little fanfare. However beneath the surface lies a real treasure. The premise is simple enough. Johnny is on his death bed and wants his final wish fulfilled: to go to the moon. Although To… Read More »

Review: Retro City Rampage

Written by on January 26, 2013 in


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Retro City Rampage brings us a little bit of everything that you could imagine in a parody game. On the surface, the game looks like a “fetch quest,” and it is, and it makes fun of that, but beyond the surface there is still a lot to do. The name of the game here is… Read More »

Review: The Testament of Sherlock Holmes

Written by on November 13, 2012 in


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In his newest adventure the titular consulting detective is the archetype for keen observation, deduction and crime-solving in much the same way that Gimli is the first thing to come to mind when someone says the word “dwarf.”  Instead of Middle Earth though, we’re looking at London where Sherlock Holmes is again at his mystery-solving ways…. Read More »

Review: Assassin’s Creed III: Liberation

Written by on November 9, 2012 in


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It’s hard to believe that the Assassin’s Creed series has been around for five years already, but it’s easy to believe that in those five years it has become very popular and well loved. I often envy those who haven’t played it and get the chance to experience it for the first time. When Ubisoft… Read More »

Review: Jet Set Radio

Written by on October 22, 2012 in


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Reboots. Remakes. Rehashes. Nowadays, they’re not so uncommon. Jet Set Radio falls into the second category on my list: remake, of the HD variety. The funny thing about a remake is that it’s actually an old game. When we’re talking about doing a review, is it really fair to hold a game to current standards… Read More »

Hauppauge HD PVR 2

Written by (@leftybrown) on September 25, 2012 in Features, Reviews

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If you have ever visited Youtube to look at a video game walk-through, game cheat, funny or miraculous in-game feat, chances are what you are seeing is the result of a Hauppauge PVR. The device has been very popular among do it yourself gaming bloggers and enthusiasts around the world. Recently, Hauppauge released the HD… Read More »

Review: Risen2: Dark Waters – Air Temple DLC

Written by on August 2, 2012 in


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Piranha Bytes has delivered a few small DLC packs to Risen 2 for the PC and console.  PC players have been enjoying this game for months.  The release to consoles on  July 31st allows console owners to get the chance to check out the vast world of Risen 2.  The latest DLC available to both… Read More »

Review: The Walking Dead: Episode 2 – Starved For Help

Written by on July 18, 2012 in


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TellTale Games has released the second episode in the video game series based on the comic books of the same name written by the Eisner Award winner Robert Kirkman.  This game series is part comic book graphics and part episodic television series.  This episode begins with the typical television recap of “Episode 1:  A New… Read More »