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  • Marshawn Lynch Goes Beast Mode in Call of Duty: Black Ops III

    Seattle Seahawks stud superstar running back Marshawn Lynch is brining his “Beast Mode” persona from the pigskin gridiron to the first-person shooter battlefield as a character Call of Duty: Black Ops III. An article in ESPN the Magazine has the full scoop on Lynch’s day […]

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  • Review: The Amazing Spider-Man 2

    Review: The Amazing Spider-Man 2

    Superhero video games can be a dicey proposition. Prior to Batman: Arkham Asylum, superhero titles were typically nothing more than licensed cash-ins. After Rocksteady’s Arkham series, there is now a pretty good chance that any superhero title will do whatever possible to ape their winning formula. When it […]

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  • Review: The Amazing Spider-Man

    Review: The Amazing Spider-Man

    A common perception about games that are released in conjunction with any blockbuster movie is that they are often forgettable cash-ins not worth playing.  Shortened development periods constrained by the release date of the movie often leave a tie-in game relatively empty and unpolished.  While […]

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  • The Amazing Spider-Man PS3 Box Art Reveals PS Move Support

    The Amazing Spider-Man PS3 Box Art Reveals PS Move Support

    Late Friday, Activision PR dropped a box art download into my inbox for The Amazing Spider-Man. I didn’t think much of it at the time because, well, it’s box art, and as much as I enjoy seeing what game covers look like, I had sorta […]

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  • The Amazing Spider-Man Battles Iguana in a Manhattan Playground

    The Amazing Spider-Man Battles Iguana in a Manhattan Playground

    After a dismal showing in Edge of Time, your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man is heading back to the sprawling city of New York and returning to his open-world, web-swinging roots. He’ll even be doing battle with classic Marvel Super Villains, such as the recently revealed reptile […]

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  • Review: James Bond: Quantum of Solace (PC)

    Review: James Bond: Quantum of Solace (PC)

    If you get a suspicious feeling when you see a game based on a movie, that is a good thing – rarely do these rise above ‘shovelware’. However, when you have a game based on the Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare engine, and developed […]

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