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2:00 PM on 04.29.2012

Review: Skullgirls

Skullgirls is a downloadable fighting game in a world brimming with big-budget, disc-based games from the same genre. Holding it to the same standards might seem unfair, but expectations from fighting game players are the sam...

Patrick Hancock


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12:30 PM on 04.25.2012

You fight like a girl! Now go grab the Skullgirls OST

Skullgirls is easily the most bizarre fighting game to come out in recent years. A girl modeled after the squash-and-stretch cartoons of the 20s? Another girl who can be diced up like summer squash and then be up and about ag...

Tony Ponce



Preview: Jimmie Johnson: Anything with an Engine photo
Preview: Jimmie Johnson: Anything with an Engine
by Abel Girmay

Kart racers are perhaps the most immediately shunned genre in all of gaming. Its unpopularity only rivaled by the colossal success of the Mario Kart series. It seems that since Mario Kart's inception, everyone else has been copying the template and received tepid results at best.

Jimmie Johnson: Anything with an Engine is the latest challenger to the throne. While it certainly copies the Mario Kart formula (a comparison the devs do not shy away from), it tweaks the how-to-make-a-kart-racer blueprint to offer people a little something different. 

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