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Tiger Woods removed from his own game

On March 29 the gaming world will be graced with the presence of yet another Tiger Woods PGA game.  Releasing on Xbox 360, Wii, and PS3 the familiar game is missing a familiar face … Tiger Woods himself. Instead of arguably the greatest golfer in history donning the cover, Tiger Woods PGA Tour 12: The […]

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Avatar Karting – Review

Rendercode Games was kind enough to give me a code so that I could play and review Avatar Karting.  I wanted to like this game.  I want to like ALL games.  But after my play time, I left with a bitter taste in my mouth.  There are certainly some high points, but the overall flavor […]

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Road Rash

Everybody has their own idea for a game.  You, the reader, have one.  You may not even know it, but there is a game brewing inside your head even as I write this.  I’ve put a few ideas to paper, but one in particular needs to be mentioned.  As far as I know it’s not […]

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THQ and Mattel Ink Deal

Who doesn’t love nostalgia?  We all have a place, a toy, a television show, or a movie that brings us back to our childhood.  A time of innocence.  A time when all that is wrong with the world goes away, and our love for life refreshes us. So, when THQ announced a deal with toy […]

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XBLA Indie Game Review – Cthulhu Saves the World

I will forever be a sucker for a good 8 or 16-bit RPG.  They take me back to my roots of gaming, the place where I was always the hero, always got the girl, and was always loved.  When I saw Zeboyd Games’ “Cthulhu Saves the World” available on Xbox Live Arcade’s Indie games, I […]

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World of Keflings Video Review

A video review for World of Keflings

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Dead Space 2 Demo Video Preview

A brief impressions video regarding the Dead Space 2 demo

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Most anticipated game of 2011. (You might be surprised)

The first installment of Two Worlds was a disappointment.  It’s ok to say it.  The game was full of bugs, and a weak dialogue system; that criticism has only pushed developer Reality Pump to create a game to make amends with the thousands of disappointed gamers, and I truly feel they will meet that expectation.  […]

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Hello world!

Hello World! I guess that’s as good as any opening to my first blog.  Stick with what works, right?  Anyway, if you’ve found me you’re either very bored, very good with searching, or been fowarded here via the many, MANY (ok, not that many) links that I have around the web. I should begin by […]

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