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  • Wiikly WiiWare Wiiview: WarMen Tactics, Art of Balance, and Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Justice For All 2 CommentsPosted by on February 21, 2010 under Articles & News, Columns, Uncategorized
    Welcome to another installment of Wiikly WiiWare Wiiview. The games this week were WarMen Tactics, Art of Balance, and Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Justice For All. This week, we get to see the best of WiiWare and the worst of WiiWare, and you may be surprised to actually see which is which... WarMen Tactics Wow. Whoever is in charge of advertising for this game is a liar. Yes, tha... more.
  • BioShock 2 Review 5 CommentsPosted by on February 15, 2010 under Articles & News, Reviews
    BioShock, developed by Irrational Games, was one of the smash hits of 2007 and is still highly regarded as an outstanding experience, one of the best in gaming history. Full of objectivist views—often echoing Ayn Rand's classic novel Atlas Shrugged—and a tale full of deceit and horrific genetic modification, it is revered by many and is considered one of the best storylines in modern gami... more.
  • Wiikly WiiWare Wiiview: Hubert The Teddy Bear: Winter Games, Bloons, Tomena Sanner, and Blaster Master Overdrive 0 CommentsPosted by on February 14, 2010 under Articles & News, Columns
    Welcome to another installment of Wiikly WiiWare Wiiview. The games this week are Hubert The Teddy Bear: Winter Games, Bloons, Tomena Sanner, and Blaster Master Overdrive. For the most part, it was a rather bland week full of mediocrity and disappointment. But on the bright side, I am very excited about the new Blaster Master remake, which I talk about at the end of this article... Hub... more.
  • Interview With Strawdog Studios 1 CommentsPosted by on February 10, 2010 under Articles & News, Featured, Interviews
    Operating in Derby, England since 2003, Strawdog Studios is a small team of developers looking to make a big splash in the gaming industry. Just recently, I was given the opportunity to ask the folks at Strawdog Studios a few questions about the company as well as their upcoming title Space Ark, a bright and colorful foray into the world of "bat-and-ball" action. Everything about this game app... more.
  • Mole Control Review 2 CommentsPosted by on February 9, 2010 under Articles & News, Reviews
    So often these days, games seem to be doing no more than simply recycling old tried-and-true methods in an attempt to cash in without having to be original. At first glace, Mole Control might seem like yet another one of these games. But spend just five minutes with this new Remode title and it's easy to see that it does more than imitate a classic game; it reinvents it! The folks at Remode... more.
  • Q&A Session With BioShock 2 Developers 0 CommentsPosted by on February 6, 2010 under Articles & News, Featured, Interviews, News, Previews
    Yesterday afternoon, I had the privilege of listening in on a conference call with members of the development teams behind BioShock 2 and its multiplayer mode: 2K Marin and Digital Extremes, respectively. It was a session that went on for nearly two hours, twice as long as anticipated. Due to the extended length, there unfortunately wasn't enough time for an open Q&A session between the deve... more.
  • Wiikly WiiWare Wiiview: 5 In 1 Solitaire, Tumblebugs 2, and Tales of Monkey Island 5 1 CommentsPosted by on under Articles & News, Columns
    Welcome to another installment of Wiikly WiiWare Wiiview. The games this week are 5 In 1 Solitaire, Tumblebugs 2, and Tales of Monkey Island: Rise of the Pirate God. Because I have already reviewed the PC version of Tales of Monkey Island, I will not be reviewing the WiiWare version. The two are nearly identical—aside from very slight controller differences—and reviewing it again would ... more.
  • KrissX Review 0 CommentsPosted by on February 4, 2010 under Articles & News, Reviews
    KrissX (pronounced "criss cross") is the latest puzzle title to make its way to the Xbox 360, a console that is greatly lacking when it comes to quality puzzle games these days. While there isn't anything particularly groundbreaking, it is a welcome addition for the casual crowd who may have been feeling a bit neglected over the past few months. Don't get me wrong, the Xbox Live Arcade has a... more.
  • Assassin’s Creed II: The Battle of Forlì Review 2 CommentsPosted by on February 2, 2010 under Articles & News, Reviews
    As much as I loved Assassin's Creed II, its first offering of DLC left me feeling surprisingly disappointed. While I certainly wasn't expecting the new Sequence to go above and beyond the main game's experience, I was at least expecting a certain level of quality and quite frankly, I feel that I deserved a lot more for my money. Don't get me wrong, I was thrilled to revisit my personal favor... more.
  • Wiikly WiiWare Wiiview: “Aha! I Found It!” Hidden Object Game, Bittos+, and Uno 0 CommentsPosted by on January 30, 2010 under Articles & News, Columns
    Welcome to another installment of Wiikly WiiWare Wiiview. The games this week are "Aha! I Found It!" Hidden Object Game, Bittos+, and Uno. We have had a very casual week with a set of games that don't take much thought at all. Those looking for action and adventure may want to try elsewhere, but anyone who would like to spend some time on the couch with a cup of tea and their Wii remote has... more.
  • Broken Sword: A Celebration in UK 0 CommentsPosted by on January 27, 2010 under Articles & News, Featured, News
    To celebrate the iPhone and iPod Touch release of Broken Sword: The Director's Cut—the handheld remake of the original Broken Sword: Shadow of the Templars—game developer Revolution invites everyone in the area to a celebration party at the Apple Store on Regent Street in London, England. The celebration will take place on Thursday, February 4 from 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM (GMT) and will bring ... more.
  • Sands of Destruction Review 0 CommentsPosted by on January 24, 2010 under Articles & News, Reviews
    Over the past couple of years, the classic Japanese-style RPG has seemed like somewhat of a dying breed. Previous generations of consoles always managed to provide a home for the never-ending wave of incredible tales. Everywhere you looked, another new game was climbing out of the woodwork, and for a time, it felt like each new title was even better than the last. Sadly, ever since entering... more.
  • Just Cause 2 for PS3 Will Feature Video Capture Ability 0 CommentsPosted by on January 22, 2010 under Articles & News, Featured, News
    Another announcement from Square Enix today revealed the following information in a press release: Square Enix London Studios, a part of Square Enix Europe, today announced that Just Cause 2 for the PlayStation 3 will ship with a built-in video capture feature, allowing players to record clips of their greatest in-game exploits and upload directly to YouTube. With some of the most incredib... more.
  • Contents of Final Fantasy XIII: Collector’s Edition Revealed 0 CommentsPosted by on under Articles & News, News
    We have all known it would be coming, but earlier today, Square Enix officially revealed the contents of the Final Fantasy XIII: Limited Collector's Edition for the UK. Set to release the same day as the standard version, the Collector's Edition will include the following:   Fliptop packaging containing the Final Fantasy XIII game, plus: Final Fantasy XIII Original Soundtrack Select... more.
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