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Dance Dance Revolution Ultramix 3 Review

by 9 years ago

Dance Dance Revolution Ultramix 3 is the latest version of the DDR series to come out on Microsoft's Xbox console and the tenth home version overall.  This version features the …

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The Incredibles: Rise of the Underminer Review

by 9 years ago

The Incredibles: Rise of the Underminer picks up exactly where the best movie of 2004 ended. The Incredibles swing into action against the dangerous machinations of The Underminer, a villain …

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Peter Jackson’s King Kong Review

by 9 years ago

Peter Jackson's King Kong is the 500 lb. Gorilla of this year's holiday movie season (heh, bet you haven't heard that one yet...), and having seen the movie it's easy …

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Call of Cthulhu: Dark Corners of the Earth Review

by 9 years ago

Back in the 1920s and 1930s, a powerful author named H.P. Lovecraft put pen to paper and created some of the best horror-genre writing ever written.  In a time when …

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Serious Sam II Review

by 9 years ago

For years, the First Person Shooter genre has been a glut of sombre, story-driven, graphically bloated gore-fests, represented well by games like Half-Life 2 (a triumph in immersive storytelling) and …

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Conflict: Global Terror Review

by 9 years ago

Ah, the War on Terror! It is amazing that we've only seen a handful of games based around this modern-day conflict, though I suspect that it has more to do …

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Battlefield 2: Modern Combat Review

by 9 years ago

Electronic Arts had a huge hit on their hands when Battlefield 1942 was released on the PC.  Combining combat on foot and in vehicles, Battlefield offered players the opportunity to …

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Stubbs the Zombie in Rebel Without a Pulse Review

by 9 years ago

I would like to personally thank whoever came up with the idea for Stubbs the Zombie in Rebel Without a Pulse because it is pure genius. The concept, that is. …

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Call of Duty 2: Big Red One Review

by 9 years ago

I have officially lost count of the number of World War II games both in my collection and currently on store shelves. It seems that those who revere the Greatest …

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Blitz: The League Review

by 9 years ago

When EA bought the rights to the NFL and NFLPA last year, everyone knew that there wouldn't be any football but Madden.  Or so we thought.  Midway came along and …

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Kingdom Under Fire: Heroes Review

by 9 years ago

Widely considered the equivalent of putting a square peg in a round hole, real-time strategy games haven't yet effectively made the transition from PC to console. While a few sporadic …

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L.A. Rush Review

by 9 years ago

L.A. Rush marks the first game in the franchise to come direct to consoles after the arcade-first releases of San Francisco Rush, San Francisco Rush 2049 and San Francisco Rush: …

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