Video Game

MX vs. ATV Alive

THQ is conducting an interesting experiment with MX vs. ATV Alive. The company has released the bare bones, the core game essentially, to us at an affordable price with the expectation that we’ll complete our package with DLC.... Read more
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Yakuza 4

It’s only been a year since Sega launched Yakuza 3 in the West, so it’s no surprise that Yakuza 4 feels very familiar.... Read more
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Karaoke Revolution Glee: Volume 2

With a hit as phenomenal as Glee you just knew there would eventually be game tie ins like Glee Karaoke. Konami, after receiving a bit of negative buzz on their first effort, return to the well with Glee Karaoke Revolution Volume 2.... Read more
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PlayStation Move Heroes

PlayStation Move Heroes: the title is clear and unambigious, most likely targeting poor old grandparents out shopping for their grandchildren. Little Billy got Move for his birthday and he needs a game for it.... Read more
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Chime Super Deluxe

 Development studio Zoë Mode originally released Chime early last year, but unfortunately the game didn’t ever make its way to the PS3.... Read more
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Swarm

 Swarm is the latest game from Canadian developer Hothead Games, and is available now on PSN.... Read more
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Microsoft Kinect (for Xbox 360)

So there has been talk of Microsoft's very ambitious Kinect project for some time now.  After Nintendo released the Wii to critical acclaim in November of 2006, it changed the face of gaming and quickly became the number one selling console of all the major new gen releases from Sony (... Read more
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Crysis 2

“BE STRONG. BE FAST. BE INVISIBLE. BE THE WEAPON”. That’s EA’s slogan for Crysis 2, to prepare us for this suped-up, sci-fi first-person shooter. It wouldn’t sound out of place in an eighties action flick, but, then again, neither would Crysis 2.... Read more
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Dragon Age II

Dragon Age: Origins was released in November 2009 to great critical reviews, and quickly gained an almost fanatic cult following, due to its engaging story, range of interesting characters, and ridiculous amount of choice afforded to the player.... Read more
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StarDrone

Released a few weeks ago on the PlayStation Network, StarDrone was developed by Beatshapers, a Ukrainian studio based in Kiev.... Read more
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