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Nicktoons MLB Review

Nicktoons MLB combines two worlds that couldn’t be further apart: children’s cartoons and Major League Baseball.  To the delight of gamers, and more importantly sports fans, High Voltage Software has crossed the two genres magically to create a unique baseball experience full of fun.  More importantly, this isn’t your typical baseball game; delivering an arcade […]

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Section 8: Prejudice Video Review

A video review of Section 8: Prejudice by Timegate Studios.

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Avatar Fighter XBLIG Video Review

A brief video review for Avatar Fighter, available on the Xbox Live Indie Games channel.

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Bulletstorm Review

Have you ever been punched in the dick with love-fists?  Ever had your asshole rubbed by a cloud?  That’s exactly what playing Bulletstorm feels like.  Single player tickles your naughty parts, Multiplayer is sacks full of fun-juice, and the audio and visuals will keep you aroused longer than a little blue pill.  Sound fun?  You […]

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Torchlight Review

I had the pleasure … no, the honor of reviewing Runic Games’ XBLA release Torchlight.  Recently, Runic’s CEO, Max Schaefer, answered some questions about the game and his excitement was well placed.

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Radian Games Ballistic Video Review

A video review of Radian Games Ballistic available on Xbox Live Arcade.

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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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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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