Written by Cole Burton Wednesday, 25 January 2012 06:00
I must admit, when I purchased my Nintendo 3DS I waited for a great deal to come by before jumping on the 3D gaming train. My primary motivators behind this purchase were titles like Metal Gear Solid: Snake Eater 3DS, Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell 3D, and the Resident Evil titles. I did not want to miss out on any great entries in some of the most hardcore game franchises. This Resident Evil: Revelations demo has proved to me I made no mistake.
Written by Brock Poulsen, brockst4r Tuesday, 24 January 2012 06:00
It's been almost 3 months since the release of Uncharted 3. I've spent a lot of time with it, and was originally planning to write a review. I sort of missed that window, and there's already an excellent review on our site, but I still wanted to share some of my thoughts and experiences with the game.
Written by Erik Kubik, kube00 Monday, 23 January 2012 06:00
Written by Erik Kubik, kube00 Saturday, 14 January 2012 06:00
Written by Colby Sorensen Friday, 13 January 2012 12:00
What does Pixel Studio -- the single-man studio behind the indie sensation Cave Story -- do for an encore? The answer is Azarashi, a super simple game, out now for the iPod, iPhone and iPad. In contrast to Cave Story, which hides pretty well the fact that it was made by one man behind it's depth of story and gameplay as well as polished visuals, Azarashi is very plainly a simple production.
Written by Colby Tuesday, 10 January 2012 12:00
I must admit that in the realms of fanboy-ism, my first loyalty is to the great Apple. However, besides Apple, I am also a fierce Amazon apologist, so when the new Kindle Fire was announced this last holiday season, I knew it was an item I needed to own. Amazon claimed that the Fire would have “Ultra-Fast Web Browsing” as well as being a portal to access all the content available through Amazon including e-books, music, movies, and apps. The most notable feature of the Fire isn’t really a feature; rather it’s the price point – only $199.00 compared to the iPad 2, which is $500.00. The Kindle can be viewed as either the least expensive entry into the tablet market, or the premium hardware in the e-reader market, depending on how you use it and what you expect to get out of it.
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