Written by Erik Kubik, kube00 Friday, 24 February 2012 10:00
As most gamers know by now Mass Effect 3 has multiplayer and as of a few weeks ago, it was unlocked for everyone. Will this have a negative effect on the series as a whole? Probably not, since the multiplayer in Mass Effect 3 plays separately from the rest of the game. Think of this as adding to the overall experience of Mass Effect.
Written by Ryan Johnson (RyanDJ) Friday, 24 February 2012 09:40
Of all my friends, I was the only one to really dig the first SSX, but when Tricky came out, it was a dorm room staple. With only one save file, each member of our group called dibs on a particular character to master, and war was waged with our on-the-slope avatars. We played year round, and filled school snow days with virtual boarding. Every single character was mastered. Tricky had magic: when 3 came out, we found ourselves returning to Tricky. Later, I had no interest in even buying On Tour: the seriousness/grittiness originated in 3 was at the max, and I couldn't bring myself to buy the game where each and every jump was marked with a "metal sign." I was positive the magic was over.
Written by Colby Friday, 24 February 2012 06:00
Epic Quest continues the tradition of downloadable tables for Pinball FX 2 on XBLA. Epic Quest is great fun and will especially resonate with those that love western RPG's. Not only does it incorporate the visual theme of a fantasy RPG, Epic Quest also takes gameplay elements into account and provides the unique experience of having a persistent character to level up and equip with all the best loot.
Written by Colby Thursday, 23 February 2012 17:00
As one of the few and proud who chose Alan Wake over Red Dead Redemption on that fateful day in May 2010, I was not disappointed by the focus on story, the living atmosphere, and the Lost meets Stephen King story. I have not had time to play the DLC that was added on to the fiction of the Alan Wake universe, but I did not let that stop me from diving into the downloadable title for the Xbox 360, "Alan Wake's American Nightmare."
Written by Colby Thursday, 23 February 2012 06:00
The tower defense genre has almost reached as much of a saturation point as the modern first person shooter has. However, the development studio On-5 has set themselves a pretty lofty goal with Spice Bandits (formerly known as Spice Invaders), "either make this game the best in its genre or just not do it at all." With over 50 different towers and nearly 60 maps, Spice Bandits is definitely chock full of content, but does that make it the best tower defense game available for your mobile device?
Written by Craig Will (puffkix) Wednesday, 22 February 2012 14:44
Interested in what the new Playstation Vita looks like in the hands of a real person? Check out our video of the Playstation Vita being unboxed.
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