All Posts from February 2014

Halo Smash TV — Halo Spartan Assault Xbox 360 Review

by 9 months ago

When Bungie first envisioned Halo, they started building a real-time strategy. Since they had created the popular Myth series and the RTS genre was popular at the time, their decision …

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Call it a Comeback? Jane Jensen on the Return of Story-Driven Adventure

by 9 months ago

It’s been lauded countless times over the past few years: “The return of the adventure game!” IGN welcomed the triumphant return of the genre back in 2011, The Guardian discussed …

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Head behind-the-scenes in Sonic Boom

by 9 months ago

Sega has shared with us a compelling behind-the-scenes look at the upcoming Wii U / 3DS exclusive game: Sonic Boom. Meant as a prequel for the upcoming TV series of …

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The cult of Persona: North American invasion with four games

by 9 months ago

ATLUS has shared with us fantastic news:  you can expect Persona lovin' on 3DS, PS3, Xbox 360 and Vita. Over the next two years we'll see four fully localized North …

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Dark Souls II Collectors Edition video bares all

by 9 months ago

If you're wondering what the collectors edition of Dark Souls II will look like, wonder no more. According to Gamestop it will retail for $120 USD, it includes a cloth map, …

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Final exam — Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy review

by 9 months ago

It’s bittersweet, but Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy marks the titular archeologist and expert puzzle solver’s final journey. It’s the final game of the second trilogy of the series …

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Dead Rising 3 DLC released – run with the Kings of Chaos

by 9 months ago

Capcom Vancouver's zombie killing simulator just received it's third of four DLC packages today. This time we're in control of the motorcycle gang madman Hunter, who introduced us to the …

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Party with your friends in the March update

by 9 months ago

One of the most lamented problems with the Xbox One is the interface in dealing with both friends and parties. There were features that were dropped from the Xbox 360, …

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Twitch App headed for Xbox One in time for Titanfall

by 9 months ago

I think it might be that March 11, 2014 will mark the unofficial launch of the Xbox One proper - we just got word that the much-anticipated Twitch app, originally …

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Castlestorm expansion From Outcast to Savior coming to Wii U eShop

by 9 months ago

If you haven't heard of Castlestorm  and you're starving for games on your Wii U, you may have a new game to play in bed with your Gamepad. Castlestorm is …

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The Humble Mumble – Ty Taylor talks Tumblestone

by 9 months ago

When I played The Bridge last year, I was very quickly taken with the game's gorgeous artwork and original gameplay mechanics. When I read that Ty Taylor and Mario Castaneda, the forces behind The …

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Dead and loving it — Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare review

by 9 months ago

Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare is endearing on so many levels. This isn’t exactly a surprise, considering PopCap’s track record. From Peggle to Zuma, from Bookworm Adventures to Bejeweled, each …

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