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7:25 PM on 09.25.2009

The Forgotten: Pokemon Trading Card Game

Being a child of the Pokemon generation, I of course collected Pokemon cards. Being one of the geekier of my circle of friends, I actually liked playing the Pokemon Trading Card game. While everyone else was busy in trading...   read

1:47 AM on 08.20.2009

Stuck in the Past: The PS3 and its Lack of Time Machine.

So the PS3 Slim was just recently announced with much fanfare. Two of the main reasons someone wouldn’t want to buy a PS3 have been remedied. Number one, the cost of the machine has gone down. This is important because the PS...   read

4:12 AM on 07.30.2009

Persona Run Number Seven: Fabulous Vacations, and Plot Revelations.

When we last left our hero, Steve Tomson, we had three days left until the full moon. As we all know by now, full moon means shit's getting real. This month, we went to a Japanese Love Hotel in order to cleanse it of the larg...   read

7:23 PM on 07.13.2009

Persona 3 FES run: Day four. Or Five. Or something.

In another of what seems to be an unending supply of updates regarding our progress through Persona 3 FES, we’ll take a thrilling look at the character Steve Tomson and his tag-alongs in Tartarus. We played for a good five ho...   read

9:33 PM on 06.16.2009

Persona 3 FES Playthrough with Teknodwarf and SneakerElph, Part two!

Click Here for part one! Continuing our Persona trek from Teknodwarf, it’s my turn to take control of the controller and keyboard. We picked up right where we left off (funny how that happens after using a save point) and he...   read

3:06 AM on 03.18.2009

50 Cent: Blood on the Sand Review

50 Cent: Bulletproof was awful. Supposedly based on Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson's life, the game was a horrible montage of crappy AI, crappy gameplay, and overall general crappiness. So when glimmers of a sequel started sh...   read

2:45 PM on 12.08.2008

Penny Arcade Adventures: On the Rain Slick Precipice of Darkness: Episode Two: Review

The concept of episodic gaming promises this: more (shorter) games, in less time. This gives the developer the ability to make a full game, but release it in short, frequent spurts, fixing the problems and adding things tha...   read

8:36 PM on 12.02.2008

Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts and Bolts Review

It’s been more than 10 years since the original Banjo-Kazooie arrived in my grubby little 8-year old hands. More than 8 years since the last true sequel to the game. Amidst a few GBA spinoffs I was beginning to wonder when ...   read

1:00 PM on 11.18.2008

Are gamers losing their sense of exploration? A nostalgia piece by Tyler.

As a child growing up in the 90’s, I got a chance to witness some of gaming’s finest breakthroughs through the eyes of a child. Magnificent 3D worlds were introduced with the Nintendo 64/Playstation era, and I was hooked. I ...   read

11:40 PM on 11.17.2008

NXE Impressions

Having been accepted into the early preview of the Next Xbox Experience in the third wave, I was really excited to try it out. I’m a pretty optimistic guy, and when companies say they’re going to change things for the better...   read

3:46 PM on 11.16.2008

Mirror's Edge Review

It’s hard to not put “shooter” on the end of a genre falling into the first-person category. Nintendo tried to tell us that Metroid Prime wasn’t a first person shooter, but rather a first person adventure game. The gun was ...   read

2:47 AM on 09.07.2008

Top five things I'd like to see in the next Sonic game

Over the past few years (ok, almost decades) Sega has been putting out crap. Crap hardware (32x, Sega CD) which caused them to fail. When they finally came back and said “Look guys, we’re good for it, we promised! We deli...   read

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