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March 2011 – The Golden Month of Gaming; Move Over Drake
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It’s hard to imagine a better month for gaming than November of this upcoming Holiday season, isn’t it? After all, we’re probably going to see the release of Skyrim, Uncharted, Call of Duty, etc…How do you topple a month like … Continue reading

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Dead Space 2 Review
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2008′s Dead Space was a breath of fresh air for the sci-fi, survival horror genre. The strategic dismemberment of your alien Necromorph foes was ridiculously satisfying. Gone were the standard-fare weapons that litter modern shooters. Dead Space introduced the ‘Plasma … Continue reading

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Interview: The UnderGarden developed by Vitamin-G
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Late last week we had the opportunity to interview Antonio Santamario, Head of Engineering, from Vitamin-G. For those of you unaware, Vitamin-G is the talented developer behind the upcoming PlayStation Network title, The UnderGarden. While there hasn’t been much revealed … Continue reading

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Mass Effect 2 Review
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Almost exactly 12 months ago, Mass Effect 2 released to critical and commercial success on the Xbox 360 and PC, and until last August it seemed as if PlayStation 3 owners would be on the outside looking in as BioWare’s … Continue reading

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Will Sony Ever Learn? A PSP2 Perspective
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Over the course of the last twenty years we’ve watched, as gamers, as Nintendo completely dominated the handheld market. Not only did Nintendo dominate with no competition, but when competitors decided to step up and introduce rivals platforms like the … Continue reading

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Seven 2011 Game Announcements Waiting to Happen
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Like many others, I sat through the Spike TV Video Game Awards last month. I was hit not only with a feeling of dread for having sat through it, but also filled with optimism because of the promising games revealed … Continue reading

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These User Levels Are Unneeded in LittleBigPlanet 2
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LittleBigPlanet took the industry by storm with its release in 2008; unleashing an ocean of creation tools on players, the game was a major innovation in what was a fading genre. Many relished the idea and made some fantastic levels … Continue reading

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The Evolution of PlayStation 3 Exclusives
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In 2006, the PlayStation 3 released to a great amount of hype, skepticism, laughter and of course, decent sales. Sony pushed its PR firms to show that the PlayStation 3 was sold out everywhere, but images of palettes full of … Continue reading

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Biggest Gamer Overreactions This Generation
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Over the last five to six years, gamers have gone through a lot of emotional ups and downs unlike ever before. Frankly, it’s something I’ve never even witnessed prior to this generation. Obviously the internet wasn’t as widespread in 2001 … Continue reading

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Game of the Year Awards: The People’s Choice
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Every year, mega-outlets such as IGN and Gamespot do an overwhelming amount of Game of the Year coverage, which is fine if you don’t mind spending seven hours reading it all. Of course, everyone else wants to throw their hats … Continue reading

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