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12:27 PM on 06.18.2009

1.21 Gigawatts of Badass: A Review of inFamous

In the world of video games, developers have struggled to present morale choices in a way that lends any real weight to them. With infamous, developer Sucker Punch aims to make listening to your conscience harder by puttin...   read

3:23 PM on 05.31.2009

A Call to Artificial Arms

Take a quick look around your room. What do you see? Besides your furniture, consoles, games, and television you may notice a plethora of game controllers. How about a dusty Wii Zapper? Perhaps a couple bulky plastic g...   read

12:25 PM on 05.25.2009

Now You’re Playing with Power Metal

For many years I’ve been an appreciator of video game music. From the bleeps and bloops of Sonic and Mario to the symphonic glory of Final Fantasy and Metal Gear Solid, I’ve always known there is something special about ga...   read

6:28 PM on 05.11.2009

Power Trip #6: Braid

This week’s power-up comes from a very unlikely protagonist. He’s as subtly gifted as he is short. The abilities he possesses aid him in warping the very fabric of reality to his beck and call. No pesky keys or trick lad...   read

2:46 PM on 05.05.2009

Game Pricing: A Matter of Cash for Content

I know you’re probably tired of hearing the word “recession” by now, so let me say instead that money is tight these days for lots of people. Restaurants are little less busy, shopping malls aren’t as packed, and finding v...   read

2:04 PM on 04.30.2009

Power Trip #5: Metal Gear Solid

In what many call the first cinematic video game experience, Metal Gear Solid truly sets the mold for immersive gaming experiences to come. Combining an involved plot with white knuckles stealth action, you were truly made...   read

5:54 PM on 04.19.2009

Burying the Axe

The rhythm game genre is one that has been around for a long time. It existed in the forms of PaRappa the Rappa, Guitaroo Man, and Dance Dance Revolution long before anyone knew who Harmonix was. However, unless you were w...   read

5:10 PM on 04.13.2009

Power Trip #4: Mega Man 3

In the early days of video games the number of ‘bits’ may have been low, but the challenge was high. Trial and error, twitch reflexes, and memorization were all necessary skills for conquering any cartridge. However, even...   read

6:21 PM on 04.06.2009

Review: Dishwasher: Dead Samurai

What’s worse than being buried behind stacks of dirty dishes for less than minimum wage and no respect? Try having your heart ripped out, being systematically hunted by zombie cyborg assassins, and your sister willfully be...   read

4:27 PM on 03.26.2009

Power Trip #3: Guitar Hero

For this week’s Power Trip, I explore Guitar Hero in spirit of Guitar Hero: Metallica’s release this week. The first installment in the Guitar Hero series introduced the most powerful mind controlling technique in gaming s...   read

2:41 PM on 03.22.2009

Previously, on...

If you’re anything like me you not only love playing games, but you also like completing them. After plugging hours of sleepless nights into an RPG or action game, it’s incredibly satisfying to bask in the soft glow of your...   read

9:32 PM on 03.12.2009

Power Trip#2: Resident Evil 2

In this week’s edition of Power Trip, I explore Resident Evil 2 just in time for Resident Evil 5’s upcoming release. Resident Evil may seem an obscure place to find an item that could power up the protagonist the level of ...   read

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