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Gamer Limit Review: Dead Space
By: | November 21st, 2008

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Dead Space is a third person shooter with an over-the-shoulder camera a la Resident Evil 4.

Boasting polished graphics and absorbing sound, the game aims to put you into an Alien movie (the first two good ones, mind you)!

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XBLA: Vigilante 8 Review
By: | November 20th, 2008

I never got to play the original Vigilante 8 on the Playstation 1 back in 1998 so I didn’t have the weight of nostalgia on my back when picking up this arcade release to review. I was looking forward to it as I knew a great deal of people hold the game in high regard. After putting a few hours into the game modes available I can safely say that I am not among the legions of fans.

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Finally a truly new, original, adult-oriented game for the Wii, something that’s not a port or a modified retread (I’m looking at you Resident Evil 4 and Umbrella Chronicles). No More Heroes is a magnificent breath of fresh air on a console that is plagued with 3rd party shovel-ware. No More Heroes boasts the unique art-style of Suda 51′s other title, Killer 7, though it thankfully has a different play-style than Killer 7′s on rails shooting.

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Is Home Ready for Success?
By: | November 20th, 2008

Coming to a PS3 near you…someday.

Sony is constantly thinking of great ways to get the Playstation 3 ahead in the market. With continuous updates and growing support the console has gained ground and momentum since its launch. Sony’s announcement of Home gave people another reason to expect huge things from Sony Computer Entertainment. Sony has shown off Home as having many areas to visit in its virtual community. From a theater to game related spaces, the possibilities are endless for Home. But as promising as Home is now, is it truly ready to exceed expectations?

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Xbox 360: Fable 2 Review
By: | November 19th, 2008

Fable 2 is a game of limitless possibilities where each of your choices has some kind of effect on the world around you. At least that’s what Lionhead wants it to be, fortunately this game comes way closer than Fable 1 did.  Fable 2 tries and really succeeds to keep you immersed in the world of Albion for as long as your willing to be.  This game has a ton of social interactions and choices you can make as the player to stretch the gameplay out, but that is my main complaint about the game, you as the player have to work to make the game last any length of time.

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Dynasty Warriors Gaiden On The Way?
By: | November 19th, 2008

We’ve all been wondering what would become of Tecmo after the departure of Tomonobu “Rockstar” Itagaki. It’s widely believed that Itagaki saved the company way back in the 90′s when he created the Dead or Alive series of fighting games. Since then his dev group “Team Ninja” has kept Tecmo afloat with perennial sequels and remakes in the DOA series and, of course, the odd Ninja Gaiden game.

Whatever was Tecmo to do without their star developer pumping out hits for them? The answer is obvious. Merge with Koei of course. Read more… »

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Age of the Online Only Gamer
By: | November 19th, 2008

Way back when, there were consoles that couldn’t access the internet. Mainly because it didn’t exist. The NES and Sega Genesis were consoles for one or two people to play amongst themselves. Wow how the times have changed. Gaming has grown immensely since then. Gaming today allows for global chat with gamers while commencing in huge online battles. From handhelds to PCs, gaming online is a huge market. So much so that games now can be release with no offline modes. Socom Confrontation and Warhawk have been fairly successful at this. Games like World of Warcraft bring millions of gamers online.  It’s simply amazing to see how far gaming has come.

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The PS3 Turns 2. Cause For Celebration?
By: | November 18th, 2008

Before you know it she’ll be heading off to college.

Sony’s Playstation 3 celebrated it’s second birthday yesterday. Well, technically it was released on November 11th 2006 in Japan, but it didn’t hit many other territories until the 17th, 2 years ago, so for that reason, Sony is calling the 17th the PS3′s official 2nd birthday. We’ll just forget that many Europeans didn’t get the PS3 until much later on. Read more… »

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Casual Gaming Weekly wrap up.
By: | November 18th, 2008

To bring the best of both worlds each week we will provide a wrap up of the content from our brother site ‘Casualty Gamer‘. This weeks featured casual games and articles after the jump.

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Playstation 3 is More Hardcore
By: | November 17th, 2008

Sony is the world’s most recognized electronics company. The company name is synonymous with reliability and value. When a consumer buys a Sony product they are not only buying that product, but they are buying the name, with confidence. From cameras to televisions, computers and consoles, the Sony name floods any electronics store. Since the release of the Playstation, Sony has pushed the envelope of the gaming world. Sony has lead gaming to grow from a childish form of entertainment to a mainstream hobby. Gamers today come from all age groups and backgrounds and there is no better console to appease them all than the Playstation 3.

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The Xbox 360 is More Hardcore
By: | November 17th, 2008

The gaming industry has grown by leaps and bounds every generation, and this generation is no different. Atari brought home gaming in to the mainstream and with every generation more people have indulged in the industry. Every generation as is defining characteristics. This generation could easily be the generation of fanboys, or it could be the generation of hardcore. Gaming has been divided in to casual and hardcore. Wii, since its launch, has been considered for the causal gaming. The Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 are more rounded for the “Hardcore” crowd while not alienating casual gamers.

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Top 10 Games this Holiday Season
By: | November 16th, 2008

This holiday season is full of future Triple A titles, which is why it was very hard to only pick 10 games for our featured article. We are very confident with our pick and believe that you will all enjoy these great titles. It seems that this year is all about the sequels. There is a good amount of original titles as well like Mirrors Edge and Left 4 Dead which have been getting a lot of praise due to their originality and unique game play. Let’s look at our 10 titles this Holiday season that are worthy of your hard earned cash.

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