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For a long while, finding a decent adventure game was an adventure within itself. With Halo becoming the world’s most popular game, the demand for titles in which the players is tasked with investigating an area with a fine toothed comb while slogging through a books worth of text had simply diminished. You would have been hard pressed to find a customer for a game where the action could only be found in words. The release of Capcom’s first US entry into the Phoenix Wright series was the first step in changing all of that. Phoenix Wright is an Ace Attorney, it says so in the title of his game, and he’s on a crusade for justice.


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Grand Theft Auto IV Review
By: | January 27th, 2009


The Grand Theft Auto series has satisfied many a gaming fan. The series has sold over 70 million copies worldwide, and new installments to the franchise always get massive hype. Grand Theft Auto IV is no exception, and is one of the most hyped up games in gaming history. It’s finally here. Read more… »


Gundam Battle Universe is the fourth iteration in the Gundam Battle series of games for the Playstation Portable, and easily surpasses the previous three in terms of content, depth and fun. Gundam Battle Universe is a stunningly addictive action-combat game that can be played in either a third person or first-person perspective, where players assume control of giant humanoid mechs, called mobile suits, in battle after gut-wrenching battle. It is also the single best game to land on the Playstation Portable. Read more… »


Innovation is something that hasn’t exactly been commonplace in First Person Shooters in recent years.  It seems like we’ve been busy picking off Nazis and Aliens for eons, that that it’s impossible to do anything else within the genre.  Mirror’s Edge sought to dramatically change the conventions we hold for what a FPS can and should be. Read more… »

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World of Goo Review
By: | January 24th, 2009

By accident I found an early gameplay video of 2D Boy’s “World of Goo” last year. I immediately bookmarked the video and would frequently check in on the World of Goo website to see just how much longer I would have to wait before I could play the quirky-looking little game for myself. When I finally got my hands on the title, I was very pleased with what I saw. I waited a long time–and the wait was most-definitely worth it.



Ever since Luke Skywalker decimated the Death Star, Yoda lifted an X-Wing, and Darth Vader conquered the Emperor, fans of Star Wars have wanted desperately to wield the “force.” While there are still no Jedi Academy recruiters visiting local high schools for prospective Padawans, Lucasarts has developed “The Force Unleashed” for those hungry to learn the ancient ways of the force. The question is, is this an honors course or remedial studies?


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Devil May Cry 4 Review
By: | January 23rd, 2009


The Devil May Cry franchise reinvigorated the action adventure genre when it was first released in 2001 for the Playstation 2. Dante, the title character, is not by any means an orthodox hero. He is the son of a demon, and his story is motivated by revenge for his mother’s death. The main gameplay premise that sets Devil May Cry apart from its predecessors is the ability to become a “stylish hero”, meaning sometimes using moves that aren’t practical, just to look good. Devil May Cry 4, released for the Xbox 360, PS3, and PC, seeks to uphold the series’ legacy. Read on to find out if it succeeded.



The gaming developer The Behemoth got their start with a simple flash game called Alien Hominid. Due to it’s overwhelming amount of plays, a remake was launched for the Xbox Live Arcade: Alien Hominid HD. While Alien Hominid was 2 players, The Behemoth’s latest seeks to be a full on 4 player fun fest.

Some of the industries’ greatest beat ‘em ups are paid homage to in Castle Crashers: Double Dragon, Battle Toads, River City Ransom, and Golden Axe, just to name a few. Read on to see if Castle Crashers holds its place in the beat ‘em up hall of fame. Read more… »


With such an onslaught of games this holiday season, it was very easy to get lost within the Capital Wasteland that was Fallout 3, frightening corridors filled with the lurking undead that was Left 4 Dead, or the quirky build-it-yourself platformer that was Little Big Planet. However, Square Enix delivers the final blow; one neatly packaged to fit right in your pocket, so prepare for complete reversion to your ten year old self.


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Interpol: The Trail of Dr Chaos Review
By: | January 20th, 2009


Hunt the world’s deadliest criminals in Interpol: The Trail of Dr. Chaos (yep, that’s the title) which is a new arcade game on Xbox Live for 800 points. The game is basically a collection of eye spy puzzles, which is a very different change of pace from the action packed testosterone pumping assortment of games the 360 usually plays host to.



Geon Emotions is a unique puzzle game from Strawdog studios. You’ve never seen this combination before: its Marble Madness meets Pac-man! Filled with heart racing electronica tracks, and futuristic visuals, Geon is a one of a kind experience. Read on to find out if that experience is worth the price of entry. Read more… »


The gaming community has been up in arms regarding LOTR Conquest. With many professional reviews claiming that it’s mediocre, and many consumer reviews claiming it’s very good, it’s hard to tell of what quality this game actually is. Hit the jump and read an entirely objective review on Lord of the Rings Conquest’s single player and multi-player modes.