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Where is Captain America and the Avengers HD Version?

May 3, 2012

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The Avengers is set for release in theaters on May 4th and fans couldn’t be more excited. Now, usually with a property like this, a video game is right around the corner, right? Evidently, not this round and I’m sure many are glad that some slap-dashed, crappy game wasn’t made revolving around the new movie. […]

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“The Evolution of a Killer” – A Hitman Retrospect

May 3, 2012

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When we first laid our eyes on Agent 47 twelve years ago, he was only available on the PC. Two years later, a sequel spawned for the PS2, Xbox, GameCube and PC which would establish the series and also bring the gamer into this dark and wonderful franchise. Hitman 2: Silent Assassin had the same […]

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Ghost Recon: Future Soldier Multiplayer Demo Hands-On

April 20, 2012

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The multiplayer demo to the long-awaited next installment in the Ghost Recon franchise is finally here, giving a select few players the chance to experience the multiplayer action before the game comes out next month. Namely, the following people have access to the closed beta: PlayStation Plus members Owners of Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Conviction […]

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Nintendo 3DS – First Year Anniversary Recollection

March 27, 2012

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At this time last year, I had gone out to pick up my pre-ordered Nintendo 3DS from Toys R Us. I remember going into the store first thing that morning and thinking, “There’s definitely going to be a line to pick this system up.” Well, I walked in there and I was the only person […]

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Three HD Collection Remakes that Need to Happen

March 27, 2012

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We live in an age of HD remakes, some of which are truly enhanced versions of the classics we played through years ago. Others are simple ports made for a current console, slapped together in a minimal amount of time and packaged with achievements or trophies to make now-a-day gamers content. Basically, some developers are […]

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Next Gen Lies and the Hype that Follows

March 17, 2012

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Microsoft’s Product Manager, David Dennis, sent an email out a few days ago to Seattle journalist Dina Bass, re-stating what his company has been trying to say for the past 5 months now. There will be no new Xbox coming out this year, nor will anything be shown related to that in the coming E3 […]

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The BioWare Situation

March 17, 2012

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It seems that BioWare, the studio behind such beloved titles as Baldur’s Gate, Neverwinter Nights, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, and the more recent Dragon Age: Origins and Mass Effect, have been under a lot of fire as of late. Fans have noticed a certain change in BioWare’s philosophy since its acquisition by […]

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Keyboard and Mouse vs. Controller – Which is superior?

January 10, 2012

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It’s a split that’s been around since the early years of console gaming – while home computers were becoming more popular with the everyday consumer, gaming consoles such as the NES, Atari, Super Nintendo, and the Sega Genesis were flying off the shelves and finding their way into the homes of countless gamers. And while […]

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The Evolution of the Xbox 360 Dashboard

January 5, 2012

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On November 22nd, 2005, Microsoft released its second home gaming console, the Xbox 360. The 360 debuted a whole year earlier than both the Sony PlayStation 3 and Nintendo Wii. Having the advantage of the lead, Microsoft was able to experiment with various customization options for the consumer’s individual consoles. The ability to customize the way […]

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Xbox 360 Dashboard Update 2011 Impressions

December 10, 2011

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Well, the long awaited Xbox Fall update has finally launched a few days ago, with a slew of new features. I must say I was very impressed by it, from the improved Kinect support to the very slick new UI system. The Kinect will definitely connect more with the system than ever before. Users will […]

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