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  • New Lost Planet 2 Demo and Release Date 1 CommentsPosted by on March 27, 2010 under Articles & News, Featured, News
    Capcom announced yesterday that we are to expect a new Lost Planet 2 demo on Xbox Live and PlayStation Network next month. Featuring the "Turbulent Jungle" map from the online versus mode (with 16 players at a time), chat support, and stat tracking, the demo will be made publicly available on April 21 for Xbox 360 and April 22 for PlayStation 3. Of course, that is only the beginning of the g... more.
  • Under The Radar: Afrika Review 2 CommentsPosted by on March 22, 2010 under Articles & News, Reviews
    As the end of each year approaches, we are typically bombarded with a steady influx of highly-anticipated games releasing in time for the holidays, when sales are expected to be at their highest. Naturally, it is quite easy for lesser-known titles to slip under the radar, even as early as October. I—as well as others—have found that many of these games often resurface months later when t... more.
  • Wiikly WiiWare Wiiview: Triple Shot Sports and Rage of the Gladiator 7 CommentsPosted by on March 20, 2010 under Articles & News, Columns
    Welcome to another installment of Wiikly WiiWare Wiiview. The games this week are Triple Shot Sports and Rage of the Gladiator. Another week with a modest number of releases. But this week, we get to see some of the worst of WiiWare, as well as some of the best... Triple Shot Sports Sometimes, there are games that I absolutely dread talking about. Triple Shot Sports is one such game.... more.
  • Wiikly WiiWare Wiiview: Dracula: Undead Awakening and Max & The Magic Marker 2 CommentsPosted by on March 13, 2010 under Articles & News, Columns
    Welcome to another installment of Wiikly WiiWare Wiiview. The games this week are Dracula: Undead Awakening and Max & The Magic Marker. Ah, a nice mellow week. There isn't anything too particularly new or innovating this week, but depending on who you ask, we've got a couple of decent titles that may be worth your attention... Dracula: Undead Awakening Originally an iPhone game, Dracu... more.
  • Globulos Party Review 4 CommentsPosted by on March 10, 2010 under Articles & News, Reviews
    Originally a free online multiplayer Flash game, Globulos Party is a turn-based physics game that is very proud to use only the DSi stylus. The developers, GlobZ, able to accomplish this by providing a game with an incredibly simple interface that doesn't demand much of the player. The game screams "pick up and play" and boasts a number of fun minigames that anyone can learn and master, rega... more.
  • Scrap Metal Review 6 CommentsPosted by on March 9, 2010 under Articles & News, Reviews
    The Xbox Live Arcade Block Party is well under way and for the second week of the celebration, Microsoft brings us Scrap Metal from Slick Entertainment, the people who brought N+ over to XBLA. Being the masterminds of marketing they are, Microsoft appears to be employing a rather common tactic of starting with a bang to get you hooked (Toy Soldiers), tossing the moderate stuff in the middle, ... more.
  • Wiikly WiiWare Wiiview: Happy Hammerin’, Dart Rage, and Mega Man 10 8 CommentsPosted by on March 6, 2010 under Articles & News, Columns
    Welcome to another installment of Wiikly WiiWare Wiiview. The games this week are Happy Hammerin', Dart Rage, and Mega Man 10. It is definitely an interesting week full of surprises. You just may find that none of the games are quite what you were expecting... Happy Hammerin' Ever get a sudden urge to grab a mallet and start playing Whack-A-Mole in the middle of your living room? Wel... more.
  • Just Cause 2 Demo Now Available 0 CommentsPosted by on March 5, 2010 under Articles & News, Featured, News
    The Just Cause 2 demo is now available for download worldwide on PC (via Steam), Xbox 360, and PlayStation3. Featuring 35 square miles of "adrenaline-fuelled gameplay", the demo of the anticipated freeroaming action-adventure from Square-Enix is packed with opportunities for chaos. The demo is set in the south-western Panaun desert and contains 16 civillian towns and military bases, one of t... more.
  • Nexon Offers $1 Million For Great Game Ideas 0 CommentsPosted by on under Articles & News, Featured, News
    Think you've always had a million-dollar idea? Well, it looks like you're in luck! Nexon America has just launched the Nexon iNitiative, their new program that is offering up to $1 Million to support the next generation of game developers. Developers selected by the Nexon iNitiative will earn a share of the money to help support their game's development. These games—expected to be PC-bas... more.
  • Toy Soldiers Review 6 CommentsPosted by on March 4, 2010 under Articles & News, Reviews
    To kick-start the Xbox Live Arcade Block Party, a promotion for the upcoming Game Room, Microsoft brings us Toy Soldiers, a World War I tower-defense strategy game starring—you guessed it—toy soldiers. I'm sure I'm not the only one who immediately thought of the old Army Men games when this was announced. As such, I was admittedly skeptical but was surprised to see that this was quite un... more.
  • New Metroid: Other M Trailer 2 CommentsPosted by on under Articles & News, Featured, News
    For the first time since E3, Nintendo has finally released a new Metroid: Other M trailer. Focusing entirely on Samus' backstory, this trailer shows off just how different the upcoming game is from the rest of the series. Although Samus has previously had dialog in a couple of her games, this is the first time we actually get to hear her speak. For some, this is simply a natural progression... more.
  • Square Enix Announces Three Battle Area Add-On Scenarios For Final Fantasy XI 0 CommentsPosted by on under Articles & News, Featured, News
    Apparently, support for Final Fantasy XI isn't ending quite as soon as many of us thought. In fact, Square Enix has recently announced that they will be releasing three new add-on scenarios at $9.99 apiece. The price seems a bit steep, but many fans of the popular MMORPG will likely have no problem shelling out the extra dough. Releasing later this year, the three add-ons will require the p... more.
  • Lazy Raiders Review 12 CommentsPosted by on February 28, 2010 under Articles & News, Reviews
    Indiana Jones, Lara Croft, perhaps even Uncle Traveling Matt...all characters known for their adventures in archaeological exploring. Well, now there's a new explorer in town and his name is Dr. Diggabone. Acting as the official protagonist, Dr. Diggabone is incredibly lazy and rather than walking around on his own accord like some kind of schmuck, he instead relies on the environment around... more.
  • Wiikly WiiWare Wiiview: Family Go-Kart Racing, Mouse House, and GhostSlayer 1 CommentsPosted by on under Articles & News, Columns
    Welcome to another installment of Wiikly WiiWare Wiiview. The games this week were Family Go-Kart Racing, Mouse House, and GhostSlayer. Expectations weren't very high for this week and yet we are still managed to be met with some disappointment... Family Go-Kart Racing Well, they're back. Despite hopes that they would finally be gone for good, Billy, Sarah, Mommy, and Daddy have retur... more.
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