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Nvidia SHIELD Review: PC and Mobile Gaming On The Go And In Your Living Room

Nvidia's new SHIELD handheld android gaming device is a jack of many trades. It's been updated to Android KitKat 4.4.2. So it runs all Android apps and games available on the Google Play store. But it also pulls games down from...
 
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Gaming
 
Remember Me Review
Remember Me Review
Remember Me Review

Remember Me Review: Five Finger Discount

To be an artist is to be constantly open to the world. Pablo Picasso, the internationally renowned founder of the cubist movement, understood that. He lived his life as a painter, designer, ceramicist, printmaker, and sculptor....
 
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Gaming
 
if you can look past the skeletal mechanics and piece together the overarching story, 400 Days proves to be worth the ink on your credit card bill.
if you can look past the skeletal mechanics and piece together the overarching story, 400 Days proves to be worth the ink on your credit card bill.
if you can look past the skeletal mechanics and piece together the overarching story, 400 Days proves to be worth the ink on your credit card bill.

The Walking Dead: 400 Days Review (XBLA)

Sixteen months ago, in the burgeoning air of April 2012, Telltale Games took creative control of AMC’s critically acclaimed zombie-series The Walking Dead. The studio pumped out a five-episode season of interactive point-and-cl...
 
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Gaming
 
Monaco Review
Monaco Review
Monaco Review

Monaco: What’s Yours Is Mine Review (XBLA)

Most games are better when everyone knows the rules. In the cooperative realm of multiplayer, nothing could be more important. Ever trudged your way through a three-hour family game night? No one wants to teach grandma and gran...
 
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Gaming
 
Resident Evil: Revelations Review
Resident Evil: Revelations Review
Resident Evil: Revelations Review

Resident Evil: Revelations Review: Fear Factor

The Resident Evil franchise is frozen in the midst of an identity crisis. The series, initially founded on the creaking floorboards of the survival-horror genre, is at a crossroads. Capcom, the title’s publisher, seems to want ...
 
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Gaming
 
Badland Review
Badland Review
Badland Review

BADLAND Review: Something In The Night (iOS)

In the spring of 1978, a twenty-eight year old Bruce Springsteen released Darkness On The Edge of Town, an album that reimagined the liberating, escapist fantasy of his career-founding Born To Run as a gritty, realist take on t...
 
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Gaming
 
Injustice: Gods Among Us Review
Injustice: Gods Among Us Review
Injustice: Gods Among Us Review

Injustice: Gods Among Us Review: Nails In The Coffin

Over twenty years ago, in the grunge-soaked America of the early nineties, a fighting game changed the entertainment industry forever. It was called Mortal Kombat, and besides being insanely fun to play, it was also extraordina...
 
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Gaming
 
The Other Brothers Review - Gadget Review
The Other Brothers Review - Gadget Review
The Other Brothers Review - Gadget Review

The Other Brothers Review: Control Freaks

Hype is a strange and fickle beast. It’s formidable, for sure, and capable of transforming even the smallest independent projects into full-scale commercial monoliths. It’s the force that keeps most Kickstarter projects afloat,...
 
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Gaming
 
Far Cry 3 Blood Dragon
Far Cry 3 Blood Dragon
Far Cry 3 Blood Dragon

Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon Review: Human After All

Back in the early nineties, two French musicians came together to create their own special brand of neon-clad electronic club music. The duo, calling themselves Daft Punk, quickly gained international fame, ultimately gracing t...
 
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Gaming
 
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Assassins-Creed-III

Assassin’s Creed III Meta Review – A Round Table of “Prose” and Cons

In the mood for a little sly and sneaky... a little bloodletting...? Got a proclivity for Parkour, maybe?  Well Assassin's Creed III just dropped yesterday. So what are you all waiting for. The nefarious evil-doers of the histo...

 
Gaming
 
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Little_Big_Planet_Vita_1
Little_Big_Planet_Vita_1

Little Big Planet Vita Review (PS Vita)

When the original Little Big Planet exploded in to the world of video games in 2008, it was like a shot in the arm to the PlayStation 3.  It was just what Sony had needed - a loveable mascot that people could get behind, a plat...
 
Gaming
 
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Unchained-Blades-1

Unchained Blades Review (PSP/PS Vita)

One of my favorite genres of game to play is the RPG.  The problem is that I haven't played a truly great one in quite some time.  Oh there are a lot of average ones out there, and even some that border on the cusp of greatness...