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  • Mercenary Kings Review | HDD

    Posted by on April 21, 2014 under News
     'Mercenary Kings' may look like a few hours of arcade side-scrolling, but it is in fact much deeper. Early frustrations give way to addiction. That enemy that frustrates with his bullet shield, as precious time ticks away, finds a new reality when the player starts shooting caustic bullets. Singleplayer: Yes Multiplayer: 4-player Co-op This game was tested using an AMD Radeon HD 7790 graphics c... more.
  • Which New Console will Your Games Be On? E3 Preview Update

    Posted by on May 23, 2013 under News
    Which of your favorite games franchises is destined for which new console?  E3 will certainly have world breaking news on the forefront of XBox One, as well as new improvements for Sony with it's flailing PS Vita debacle, so what of PS4 and WiiU?   Lets have a look both at what we can expect to hear about at E3 and which consoles these titles will be releasing on.  Here's a comprehensive... more.
  • New Video Game Releases for Week of Sept 2nd, 2012

    Posted by on September 5, 2012 under Best Games, News
    Welcome back to the game! The full GGD crew took some time off to enjoy the end of summer but we are all back and ready to rock n' roll! It's time to get your game on, and if you are back to school already, now is the perfect time to get some of that video game adrenaline flowing to distract you from all the studying you will also be up to. Check out the new release list for this week below! ... more.
  • Metal Gear Solid HD Collection Review

    Posted by on August 18, 2012 under News
    Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty and Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater join forces in the PlayStation Vita Metal Gear Solid HD Collection. Peace Walker may be missing, but this is still an amazing collection at a nice value for portable gamers. Metal Gear is a series that is probably best known for over the top cutscenes, exceedingly long radio conversations and a guy with a mullet running... more.
  • Gravity Rush Review

    Posted 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.
  • Mortal Kombat PlayStation Vita Review

    Posted by on June 22, 2012 under News
    Last year's PS3 and Xbox 360 Mortal Kombat reboot comes to PlayStation Vita with all the blood, guts and bruises a fighting game fan could ask for, plus a slew of new content that'll make even console players jealous. Let's take a closer look at Mortal Kombat's debut tournament on the Vita. It used to be that handheld ports suffered from a serious condition of what George Costanza would neurotica... more.
  • Metal Gear Solid HD Collection Review

    Posted by on April 18, 2012 under Best Games
    There are very few stealth genre franchises that are as iconic as Metal Gear Solid, and very few have left as big of a mark in the video gaming market. Hideo Kojima, the mind behind the Metal Gear franchise, has been churning out some of the most appealing, detailed and visually stunning espionage action titles that both the previous and current generation have ever played. Over a decade’... more.
  • Escape Plan Review | PS Vita

    Posted 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

    Posted 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.




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