All Posts from September 19, 2013

A Mob Hit Gone Wrong – Review of Nothing Personal

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"I need youse guyz to take a couple heaters, roust up Vinnie the Mole, and go make sure Arnie Leibowitz suffers a fatal case o' lead poisoning. And I need …

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Skylanders: SWAP Force preview

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When you set out on an adventure, there are some prerequisite elements: villainy, heroism, travel, anticipation of the unknown and a sense of wonder. My visit to Vicarious Visions this …

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Director’s Cut of indie-horrorfest Lone Survivor will shamble onto PSN on 09//24//2013

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Do you like Silent Hill?  Jasper Byrne does.  In fact, he likes it so much he created Lone Survivor, a love-letter to survival-horror dripping with the atmosphere and lonliness that …

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First NBA Live 2014 playbook trailer teases 5-on-5 action

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The first playbook trailer for the upcoming NBA LIVE 2014 has been released, showcasing generation 4 team basketball action for the first time.  The video, shown below, shows cover athlete …

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2K releases dev diary for NBA 2K14, shows off some new gameplay

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As the first screenshot of NBA Live 14 was recently released by EA, 2K has responded with some promotional material for their own basketball game. NBA 2K14 has received a …

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Five New Toy Boxes for Disney Infinity Players

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Disney Interactive have released five custom-built Toy Boxes that are free of charge for the recently released Disney Infinity game and can be downloaded on the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, …

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This is going to be FlatOut good – Next Car Game Q&A

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Once upon a time, there was a racing game. It featured high-octane demolition derby action, and was praised for its innovation and physics modeling. It spawned a series that spanned …

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Gaming Trend presents… The 50 Greatest PC Games of Generation Y

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    We’ve rounded up 50 PC games that I consider to be most influential to me, as well as to members of my generation who grew up with a deep love …

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    Bilbo packed some dice – The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey Review

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      With a company of dwarves, I am pretty sure you could do just about anything. Just ask Bilbo Baggins. Riding high on the popularity of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey …

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      Former Nintendo President Dies at Age 85

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        One of the truest visionaries in the world of video games has left us. Hiroshi Yamauchi, the man who took Nintendo from its humble beginnings as a card and children's …

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        Atlus Finds Their New Home at Sega

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          After months of searching, Atlus Co. has a new place to call home, that place is none other than Sega. Back in June, the Index Corporation--Atlus' parent company--filed for bankruptcy. …

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          Party favorite You Don’t Know Jack coming to iOS today

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            Everybody has a "You Don't Know Jack" story--mine centers around the game assigning me the name "2 Year Old Mayo" and goes down from there--but the simple fact remains that …

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