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  • Dead Nation

    2 CommentsPosted by on December 10, 2010 under Featured, Playstation 3 Reviews
    I had the pleasure of getting Dead Nation from Housemarque before the game released and let me tell you one thing: ZOMBIES!!!!!!! This game is nothing short of f@$%ing EPIC. Honestly, sitting here writing this review, I am lost for words. I have no idea who I am, and what I am doing (except for writing the review), that is how excited about this game I am! Dead Nation was only available o... more.
  • AND Steam Needs a E3 Press Conference

    0 CommentsPosted by on June 10, 2014 under Article, Featured
    With Day 1 down of the E3 Expo, it has become more and more apparent that games are 2nd only to the overwhelming d**k measuring contest between Sony and Microsoft. Everyone knows that Nintendo will not come to Day 2 with anything relevant unless they would announce they are retiring from the industry. Do not get me wrong, I am stoked for just about every game I seen at the E3 Expo, but still I am ... more.
  • Hegemony Rome: The Rise of Caesar

    0 CommentsPosted by on May 29, 2014 under Featured, PC, PC Reviews
    There have been a handful of games of the strategy genre that have been released since arguably the best studio for strategy games shut its doors; few of which could be determined using the word “quality”. It is a pretty rare occurrence that a strategy game comes out that has tremendous potential to be great, and follow the lead of games that released well into a decade ago. On May 15, 2014... more.
  • $800 Budget Gaming Build

    0 CommentsPosted by on May 27, 2014 under Article, PC, PC Components
    ** This build does not include the chassis | I throw in an OCZ Vertex3 with all customers** So I see so many people in the PC gaming world, building these extremely expensive machines that will play games for years to come but there are a few things wrong with them: -          Not everyone has $4,000 to build an elaborate machine -          Not everyone wants an Intel ... more.
  • The Culling of the Cows

    0 CommentsPosted by on May 27, 2014 under Featured, PC, PC Reviews
    You know when you sit down and play one of those games that make you kind of sit back in enjoyment despite it being so simple? Recently that happened to me, with The Culling of the Cows by Decaying Logic. It is not quite what you would expect though; as it is extremely humorous, engaging and one of those games you can spend a few hours on to pass some time. There is a bit of a difference with T... more.
  • Mega Bloks Jungle Troopers

    0 CommentsPosted by on May 20, 2014 under Collectibles
    To keep up with the very awesome theme we have going here, Mega Bloks sent us one of their newer products for review. Of course as with the rest of the Mega Bloks reviews, you can be rest assured that these do not belong to kids age ranges; I stress every review that these are specifically made as a collectable. With that out of the way, let’s go over what is included within the box. Just to ... more.
  • Fantastic Contraption

    0 CommentsPosted by on May 20, 2014 under Featured, PC, PC Reviews
    Fantastic Contraption is an excellent puzzle game with an added bonus: it has physics based gameplay. That is not to say that puzzle games without physics-based gameplay are bad, I found them to be the more enjoyable games. It is a puzzle game based around the ability to get an object (or multiple ones) from point-A to their destination; there is a catch though, you are required to build the r... more.
  • Puzzle & Dragons

    0 CommentsPosted by on May 20, 2014 under Android, Featured, Iphone, Mobile
    If there was anything that could describe the game Puzzle & Dragons it is definitely the word: robust. It is not your average game that you usually see on a mobile platform, with both RPG elements, and puzzles. When I look at the game however, it can be a bit misleading as there is virtually 2 puzzle elements within the entire game: jewel matching, and team building. With that said the targe... more.
  • What Happened to Immersion and Gameplay?

    0 CommentsPosted by on March 18, 2014 under Article, Featured
    The year is 1977, Atari is about to release something that will forever how everyone views home entertainment; something so massive that it will captivate so many people. This “thing” is what we all know as Pong. Back in 1977, gamers where being born in their homes, and not in arcades, forever changing the landscape and paving the way for today’s companies who make video games for home conso... more.
  • NEWS | Deus Ex: The Fall out now on Steam!

    0 CommentsPosted by on March 18, 2014 under Featured, News
    One of the most critically acclaimed franchises has a new game available for you PC users today entitled Deus Ex: The Fall. Deus Ex: The Fall is a award-winning action-RPG that was originally available on the mobile platform, but Square Enix has announced today that it is now available on Steam. To top it off, those that purchase the game will be receiving arguably one of the greatest games of ... more.
  • NEWS | Thief Gets AMD TrueAudio Technology

    0 CommentsPosted by on March 18, 2014 under Featured, News
    AMD has announced that the highly praised stealth action video game Thief will be getting the newest AMD hardware feature entitled AMD TrueAudio. What AMD TrueAudio does it essentially gives us developers a broader base in which to bring immersive sound to the players ears when utilizing the Radeon R9 290X, 290, R7 260X and 260. The technology comes from the very bright minds Cadence IP and uti... more.
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