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  • Gravity Rush Review

    0 CommentsPosted by on August 18, 2012 under News
    Badly in need of new software during an ongoing post-launch lull, the PlayStation Vita gets a great new action game in Gravity Rush. It's not quite a killer-app, but you're still going to want to to check this one out. Kat, the spunky and sleek heroine of Japan Studio’s Gravity Rush, is afflicted with video gaming’s most overused plot device—she can’t remember who she is. But Kat’s ... more.
  • Inversion Review

    0 CommentsPosted by on August 18, 2012 under News
    Saber Interactive attempts to innovate the increasingly crowded third-person cover shooter genre with a unique gravity shifting gameplay mechanic in Inversion. Does Inversion succeed in turning third-person shooting on its head? Let's take a look: Namco Bandai teaches a lesson in poor release timing with the recent launch of Inversion. Saber Interactive's latest original IP quietly landed on ... more.
  • Kid Icarus: Uprising Review

    0 CommentsPosted by on August 18, 2012 under News
    After a long time away, Kid Icarus takes flight once more in Uprising for the Nintendo 3DS. Is his return triumphant or do poor controls hamper his comeback party, or perhaps both? Read on to find out! One of the first things that Pit says after the goddess Palutena calls him in to battle the evil forces of Medusa and her crew of nasties is "Did you miss me?"  My response: "No."  I grew up ... more.
  • TEKKIT PART 26 SHOWING OFF

    0 CommentsPosted by on August 12, 2012 under Paws Button
    Not only to remind our readers of the importance of our GameTube channel here at GameGuidedog, but also to glorify the usefulness of building valuable commodities within Minecraft.  Granted this is a calamity of errors, it's both amusing and worthwhile learning for any true Minecraft gamer.  Make sure to check out the video in its entirety right over at our GameTube channel and hey, we also have... more.
  • Deadlight Review | From VGBlogger

    0 CommentsPosted by on August 12, 2012 under News
    Yes, another zombie game has arrived in a gaming world already overly infested with the damned brain-munching undead monsters. But Deadlight for Xbox Live Arcade is a bit different from your typical zombie shooter game and is definitely worth sinking into if you can put up with some curious design choices. By now, you pretty much know the drill: They never sleep or get tired, so you’d bett... more.
  • Game Controller for Android via Bluetooth!

    1 CommentsPosted by on August 12, 2012 under Tech Bones
    Aside from the GameKlip we mentioned earlier this week which is only a 'holder' for your Android phone to be utilized above a Ps3 style controller, we have yet to confirm that a PS3 controller can actually be used on an Android phone mainly due to lack of mini to mini USB cable (which you could then use mini to micro adapters for to attach to your phone).   We will pursue that configuration furth... more.
  • GameKlip: The Answer that merges Android into a PS Vita

    1 CommentsPosted by on August 11, 2012 under News, Tech Bones
    If for no reason other than mentioning this innovation, it's worth it to check out what someone very resourceful has come up with for turning your android phone into a fully controlled (via PS3 controller) video gaming system. Touch controls work for some games, but as I'm sure most of you have experienced, controlling anything more complex than an angry feathered creature is next to impossible... more.
  • OUYA hits 8.5 million on Kickstarter

    0 CommentsPosted by on August 10, 2012 under News
    An incredible accomplishment, and true indicator that gamers and developers worldwide encourage an 'open platform' system for designing and bringing games to market. All games free to play! Let’s open this sucker up! It's time we brought back innovation, experimentation, and creativity to the big screen. Let’s make the games less expensive to make, and less expensive to buy. With all... more.
  • New Video Game Titles Releasing Week of July 16th

    1 CommentsPosted by on July 17, 2012 under News
    New Video Game Titles Releasing Week of July 16th Nothing exceptionally incredible here this week on the video game front, but there are some good updates to the classics. Have a look and tell us what you are playing during these slow summer months in the comments below. Title Platform Genre Release Date Petit Computer DS Puzzle Jul 19, 2012 The Phantom Thief Stina and ... more.
  • AR-K Dark Adventure Comedy | Indie Video Games

    0 CommentsPosted by on July 10, 2012 under News, Paws Button
    Gato Salvaje, a Spanish game developer has presented the project AR-K in Kickstarter. AR-K is a point and click adventure for PC, in a classic style, with the first episode in the market, a second is almost complete with two more being designed. Gato Salvaje is trying to raise $150,000 US within 30 days to finish the whole project, including a fourth episode adventure game, with better anim... more.
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