Archive for February, 2011

  • Review: Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds

    Review: Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds

    The ultimate crossover fighting series is back after a ten-year hiatus. So, was it worth the wait? You bet your ass it was! That doesn’t mean it escapes the battle without a bloody nose and a black eye, but it still lands a knock-out punch […]

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  • Top Videos of the Week: 2/21/2011 – 2/27/2011

    Top Videos of the Week: 2/21/2011 – 2/27/2011

    This week’s top video list is quite a surprise indeed. In a week with new videos for Skyrim, Dead Space 2, Battlefield 3 and inFamous 2, not a one of those hyped games attracted views above single digits, and others for Killzone 3, Crysis 2, […]

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  • eStarland Releases 30-in-1 Screwdriver Set for the DIY Gamer

    eStarland Releases 30-in-1 Screwdriver Set for the DIY Gamer

    Do you prefer to repair your own broken consoles and games rather than replacing them or having someone else do all the fixing, or do you enjoy modding or tinkering around with your favorite gaming systems? Then this tool kit is for you! Video game […]

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  • SOCOM 4 PlayStation Move Bundle Deploys April 19th

    SOCOM 4 PlayStation Move Bundle Deploys April 19th

    Gear up, soldier! SOCOM 4 ships on April 19th, and if you still need to outfit yourself with the PlayStation Move for some point-and-shoot tactical warfare, Sony has just the bundle for you. Day and date with the standalone version’s launch, the SOCOM 4 Full […]

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  • Fable III Overthrows PC in May

    Fable III Overthrows PC in May

    Once scheduled to ship alongside the Xbox 360 version in October, the PC version of Lionhead’s latest action-RPG, Fable III, was unsurprisingly delayed out of the 2010 holiday season, and since then seems to have been largely forgotten about. Fable II never made it to […]

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  • PSP Sheds $40, Ushers in New Wave of “Greatest Hits” and “Favorites”

    PSP Sheds $40, Ushers in New Wave of “Greatest Hits” and “Favorites”

    The PSP is clearly on the downside of its lifespan as sales rapidly decline (in the West at least; it’s been on fire over in Japan) and the Next Generation Portable era looms. But like all Sony platforms, the PSP may still have enough life […]

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  • Dragon Age II Soundtrack Releasing in Phases

    Dragon Age II Soundtrack Releasing in Phases

    BioWare has assembled a musical super-team for the Dragon Age II soundtrack, collaborating with Grammy Awards’ Best New Artist nominee Florence + The Machine, acclaimed video game composer Inon Zur, and award-winning music engineer/producer Jack Joseph Puig (he’s worked with bands like U2, The Rolling […]

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  • Nintendo 3DS Hooks Another 3D Fishing Sim

    Nintendo 3DS Hooks Another 3D Fishing Sim

    Not to be outdone by Natsume’s Reel Fishing Paradise 3D, D3Publisher has announced a 3D fishing sim of its own for the Nintendo 3DS. Which is the bigger catch will be determined in due time. For now, Angler’s Club: Ultimate Bass Fishing 3D, under development […]

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  • Review: Kingdom Hearts Re:coded

    Review: Kingdom Hearts Re:coded

    First released as an episodic mobile phone game in Japan, gradually rolling out between 2008 and early 2010, Kingdom Hearts: Re:coded is the latest DS spin-off in Square Enix’s fan-favorite crossover franchise fusing the charm and whimsy of Disney with the role-playing and production values […]

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  • Review: Kung-Fu Live

    Review: Kung-Fu Live

    Like many aspects of the PS3, the PlayStation Eye camera’s capabilities as an augmented reality and motion control gaming peripheral have gone largely unnoticed by gamers and developers alike — and, as usual, Sony has failed to promote these features to the fullest. Without question, […]

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