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  • GameAspect.Com’s GameCast Episode 5

    0 CommentsPosted by on April 18, 2012 under Paws Button, Trailers
    Our bro's at GameAspect give the next edition of "GameCast" Check it out! GameAspect.Com’s GameCast Episode 5 with Alex, Stephen and James In The News, GOG.Com offers Fallout for Free, we discuss Google’s Augmented Reality goggles (A.K.A. Google Goggles), The Dead Linger Kickstarter http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/sandswept/the-dead-linger, BF3 private console servers, Eve-Online... more.
  • Wizorb Review | PC

    0 CommentsPosted by on April 18, 2012 under News
    Old-school Arkanoid action returns with a refreshing twist in Wizorb, now out on PC after appearing first as an Xbox Live Indie title. Turns out, classic arcade ball-and-paddle gameplay mixed with NES-era JRPG presentation makes for a happy, happy marriage. There is a difference between ripping an idea off and taking something and making it your own.  One need not look far in the video game ... more.
  • Nexuiz Review | XBLA

    0 CommentsPosted by on April 14, 2012 under New Releases
    Powered by CryEngine 3, the tech behind Crysis 2, Nexuiz brings classic multiplayer FPS deathmatch from the classic days of Quake Arena and Unreal Tournament into the modern world on Xbox Live Arcade. But is this game living too much in the past to stand out in today's crowded FPS genre? Read on to find out! It’s time to party like it’s 1999 in Nexuiz, a multiplayer shooter that manages t... more.
  • FIFA Street Review | PS3 Xbox 360

    0 CommentsPosted by on April 14, 2012 under News
    Over the years, EA Sports' many arcade variants of its leading simulation sports franchises have been extremely mixed in terms of quality. Some have been great, like the original NBA and NFL Street titles, while others, like NFL Tour and previous FIFA Street installments, haven't been so hot. But this year EA pressed the reset button on the FIFA Street series and kicks it onto PS3 and Xbox 360 wit... more.
  • New Video Game Title Releasing This Week April 1st thru 7th

    0 CommentsPosted by on April 5, 2012 under News
    Title Platform Genre Release Date Shoot Many Robots PC Action Apr 6, 2012 Anomaly: Warzone Earth X360 Strategy Apr 6, 2012 Xenoblade Chronicles WII Role-Playing Apr 6, 2012 Colors! 3D 3DS Puzzle Apr 5, 2012 Confrontation PC Strategy Apr 5, 2012 Diabolical Pitch X360 Action Apr 4, 2012 Pinball Arcade X360 Puzzle Apr 4, 2012 T... more.
  • Q.U.B.E. Review | PC

    0 CommentsPosted by on April 2, 2012 under Featured, PC
    Sharing a similar visual style to puzzle game classic Portal, Q.U.B.E. takes the concept of a first-person puzzle game in a different direction. Using a special pair of gloves, players must  manipulate brightly colored cubes in order to escape increasingly difficulty puzzle rooms. Pretty cool. Let's see if it's actually a good game: Some games try to accomplish a great deal and sometimes the... more.
  • Escape Plan Review | PS Vita

    0 CommentsPosted by on April 2, 2012 under Trailers
    Sony's PlayStation Vita is off and running with a ton of quality games to choose from, downloadable black-and-white puzzle game Escape Plan high up on the list of must-own launch titles. It doesn't escape without a few niggling touch screen gesture quirks, but the charming style, sitcom laugh track and clever puzzles make it a game worth checking out. It’s a nice coincidence: In a year in w... more.
  • Super Stardust Delta Review | PS Vita

    0 CommentsPosted by on April 2, 2012 under Paws Button
    Another top early PS Vita title that'll wear out those dual analog stick thumbs of yours is Super Stardust Delta, the latest twin-stick shoot 'em up from Housemarque. It's the perfect neon-explosion-filled showcase for the Vita's gorgeous display and so addictive it'll suck you back in for more like an anti-grav tractor beam. Twin-stick shooters simply weren’t possible on the PlayStation Po... more.
  • Mass Effect 3 Datapad Review | iOS App

    0 CommentsPosted by on April 2, 2012 under News
    Released as a companion app for BioWare's epic trilogy-closing space opera, Mass Effect 3, the Datapad turns your iOS device into a text message reader, Codex vault, and Galaxy at War Readiness manager. But even as a free app, does it expand the experience enough to bother downloading. Read on: With this game tie-in you get marginally more than you pay for.  The Mass Effect 3 Datapad app for... more.
  • Modern Warfare 3 February DLC Review

    0 CommentsPosted by on March 18, 2012 under Paws Button
      February is the shortest month of the year, and it’s also the month with the least amount of new DLC for Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3, with only one new map, Overwatch, being released. For those who weren’t happy with the close quarters combat of Piazza and the Sniper lovefest of Liberation last month, rest assured, last month things were different. Read more at The Controlle... more.
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