Review: Hydro Thunder Hurricane

Its the late nineties; arcade machines littered restaurant aisles like the Octo-Mom has random children. The pure classics- like Crazy Taxi, Pac-Man, Daytona USA, and the one that seemed to be in every American eatery and shopping center, Hydro Thunder. From its roots in seat style arcades to down-loadable title on XBL, I’ll be giving you the splash (pun intended) on […]

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Review: Aqua Naval Warfare

Currently on sale on Xbox Live, does Aqua provide high adventure on the high seas or is it merely just another twin-stick shooter? I recently got a chance to sit down and spent more time with the multiplayer and have made a few minor changes including correcting an error I made to that section of the review. Aqua takes place […]

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In Depth: Video Games, Violence and Warning Labels

Sure as the sun will set, people will blame any media they can for the violence in our world.  Video games have taken their fare share, and continue to do so.  Recently a lawmaker has suggested adding warning labels to video games much in the way the government currently puts warnings on alcohol and tobacco.   This started as a […]

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Review: Episodes from Liberty City

As part of the mega sale of digital content this week, Rockstar has discounted both pieces of DLC for Grand Theft Auto IV.  In honor of that we are bumping our review schedule ahead to bring you a special edition review of GTA IV’s Episodes of Liberty City. Grand Theft Auto has repeatedly been a groundbreaking series since GTA III […]

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Review: Risk Factions

In honor of this week’s sale on select EA digital content, including Risk: Factions, a special edition review!  Now with more words and less nudity! Risk has a bit of notoriety to it.  It is best known as the game that can take weeks to play to completion and carries with it the reputation of the type of tabletop gamer […]

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Review: Plants vs Zombies

This week’s “Deal of the Week” on Xbox Live is none other than Pop Cap’s Plants vs. Zombies, but let us turn our attention to the more engaging contest this week; Pop Cap vs. your wallet. Pop Cap is known for making fun, engaging “pick up and play” titles, and Plants vs. Zombies certainly isn’t the exception.  The tower defense […]

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Review: Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands

It’s no secret that Prince of Persia’s latest platforming adventure, The Forgotten Sands, was largely forgotten by the consumers.  Even for a game that was, technically, a movie tie-in the sales were poor.  Combined with Ubisofts typical attitude towards the price of their software (that it should drop and drop quickly) the game hit clearance-shelf level prices fast.  While largely […]

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