All Posts from April 9, 2013

SWTOR gets first expansion – we get a new trailer

by 1 year ago

If you are a fan of Star Wars: The Old Republic, or if you played and haven't stopped in for a while, now is your chance.  As of tomorrow morning, …

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MLB 2k13’s Perfect Game Challenge sees 300,000 attempts

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The MLB 2k13 Perfect Game Challenge has been met 300,000 times to date, with 897 verified winners across all 30 teams according to publisher 2K.  The Perfect Game Challenge offers …

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Gaming Trend Podcast 04//09//13–Deal with it

by 1 year ago

    The Gaming Trend Podcast strikes again!  This week Victor, David, and Atlas phone in to cover their thoughts on the games they've been playing, EA being nominated for the Golden …

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    EA “wins” The Consumerist’s “Worst Company In America” competition for the second year in a row

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      After a long, hard fought battle, and some rather deflective soul-searching, the public has declared EA to be the "Worst Company In America," according to The Consumerist. EA defeated Bank …

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      Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon gets a release date

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      The 80's themed Far Cry 3 spin-off titled Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon will be arriving rather quickly, as it has been given a release date for May 1st of …

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      Next Batman game goes back to the beginning.

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        We'd heard rumors that the latest installment in the Arkham Asylum series was in the works, and we finally got an official announcement today of the next entries will be …

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        Biohazard Warnings–Resident Evil 6 review

        by 1 year ago

        I'm just going to confess this right now: I never saw the appeal with the early Resident Evil games. Even when we had nothing better, the silly dialogue, unworkable controls, …

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        Super Meat-roid Boy — Guacamelee! review

        by 1 year ago

        The first thing you’ll notice about Guacamelee! is just how damned funny everything is. Set in a Spanglish version of Mexico, we are privy to the life of one Juan …

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