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  • Meet the Playstation Move’s “Nunchuk” 0 CommentsPosted by on April 12, 2010 under News
    While we have seen it in the videos of the Playstation Move, that little stick thing that is held in the gamer's left hand has gone unnamed, until now. Dubbed the "Navigation Controller," it basically functions similarly to the Nintendo Wii's secondary controller, or "nunchuk." This information was made available due to the fact that the FCC required the device's name to be revealed upon filin... more.
  • Modern Warfare 2 Free On Steam This Weekend 0 CommentsPosted by on April 7, 2010 under News
    For those of you that haven't jumped on the Call of Duty bandwagon, or want to experience the first person shooter on your PC, you're certainly in luck this weekend. Infinity Ward will be offering the multiplayer portion of their hit title Modern Warfare 2 for free beginning  this Thursday, April 8th, through Sunday, April 11th. If you plan to take advantage of this great offer, remember to p... more.
  • Free Gold For Early Buyers of MW2 DLC 0 CommentsPosted by on April 5, 2010 under News
    Well, it seems that Activision has taken all the criticism for the pricing of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2's Stimulus Map Pack to heart and has decided to attempt and justify their $15 price point. Last week, they gave out free night vision goggle props for everyone' s Xbox Live avatars, but early buyers of the map pack, as in day one, received another little quip in their message box. As a ... more.
  • Modern Warfare 2 Stimulus Pack Review 3 CommentsPosted by on March 31, 2010 under Reviews
    Infinity Ward has finally released the first downloadable content for their best-selling game Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. While the DLC pack, entitled the "Stimulus Pack," came with some odd issues at launch, Microsoft and IW have set things straight and gamers everywhere are fragging it out on the five additional maps. While $15 may sound a bit much, read on for the definitive answer as to wh... more.
  • Move or Natal? A PS360 Owner’s Dilemma 11 CommentsPosted by on March 29, 2010 under Original Content
    As both a Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 owner, I face a dilemma once each console's motion capture devices are released. Yes, I will have to choose between the Natal and Move, because that piece of leather in my back pocket just doesn't have enough paper or plastic to afford two things that in all reality have the same capabilities. So, in an effort to justify the purchase of one over the other, I sa... more.
  • Get Your Free Xbox Live Avatar Prop 4 CommentsPosted by on March 24, 2010 under News
    Those of you who have been paying attention to the Xbox Live dashboard may have noticed that Microsoft has slowly been revealing what appeared to be a redemption code for something on the Marketplace. With the unveiling of the Game Room, the final portion of the code has been unveiled, so go to your dash and enter the following code for your free grill prop for your avatar: 9XBX9-9RCD9-9BCK9-... more.
  • Perfect Dark Review 1 CommentsPosted by on March 17, 2010 under Reviews
    Ahhh, the golden days of gaming, when life was simple and health bars were standard. The Nintendo 64 was my first endeavor into gaming, and seeing that I now live and breathe games, it fittingly holds a special place in my heart. Unfortunately, all good things come to end. Ashes to ashes, dust to dust, and all that, and my beloved console was lost in a flood. While the material object is gone,... more.
  • Modern Warfare 2 Stimulus Map Pack Priced, Is Ridiculous 3 CommentsPosted by on March 15, 2010 under News
    For those of you wanting some more Modern Warfare 2 content, be prepared to open up your wallets. Infinity Ward's Robert Bowling revealed the first details on the "Stimulus Pack" on Larry Hyrb's podcast, revealing that the five maps, two of which are simply ported from Call of Duty 4, will cost an astonishing 1200 Microsoft Points, which equates to $15. $3 for each map if you want to get techn... more.
  • Battlefield: Bad Company 2 Review 0 CommentsPosted by on under Reviews
    I gave up trying on Modern Warfare 2 a long time ago. The uneven difficulty in multiplayer, with the "good get better and the bad never improve" structure pissing me off to no end. But I stuck through it and played for the social aspect, mainly due to the fact that all my friends seemed to enjoy it and I enjoyed talking to my friends. Lucky for me, a little game called Bad Company 2 came aroun... more.
  • Greed Corp Review 0 CommentsPosted by on March 7, 2010 under Reviews
    Greed is a powerful thing, able to drive men to destructive lengths to achieve whatever it is they are after. Consequently, it has its own circle of hell, but that's a story for a different day. No, I am here to discuss a little game called Greed Corp, a beautiful piece from W!Games and one of the best land grab games I have played to date. While simple in thought and design, Greed Corp finds succ... more.
  • GLAAD Partners With M’Soft, Incorporates Sexual Orientation Labels 1 CommentsPosted by on March 5, 2010 under News
    While the US military does its own thing with the "don't ask, don't tell" policy, Microsoft has their own agenda for the issue of sexual orientation and discrimination. In the past, homosexual gamers have been disappointed to find that the revealing of their sexual orientation, let alone putting it in their own gamertag, was considered sexually explicit and therefore against the Live code of condu... more.
  • How Game Companies Got Their Names 3 CommentsPosted by on February 24, 2010 under Original Content
    It's difficult to pick a name that will represent yourself. We all know the feeling from when we picked our gamertag, PSN id, Steam id, etc., and we did so with the thought of how this name would help depict what kind of person you are. While a gaming name tag is a little less profile, every company has a clever reason for choosing their name. I've compiled a list of the most clever and creative n... more.
  • Early Buyers of Darksiders Get Red Faction For Free 0 CommentsPosted by on February 13, 2010 under News
    If you bought Darksiders early enough, you should have received a mysterious card with a redeemable code on it. It seems that the code has found a purpose, so hopefully you held onto it. THQ recently announced that players with the code will be awarded with a digital book featuring Darksiders art, videos, and "other awesome stuff." While that sounds all good and dandy, the real reward is the f... more.
  • Movies That NEED Game Translations 3 CommentsPosted by on under Original Content
    I, as a gamer, am tired of the terrible games that come along with every children's movie or action-packed summer flick. But there are certain movies that truly need a video game rendition. You see, there is one area that developers have rarely tapped into for inspiration. I am talking about the classic movies that we have all seen and loved. There are rare cases, like maybe The Godfather or Star... more.
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