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Alien Zombie Megadeath Review

What is the concept? Don’t let the peculiar name discourage you. Alien Zombie Megadeath is Pom-Pom Games (the Mutant Storm series, Astro Tripper) high-definition remake of last year’s PSP Mini triumph, Alien Zombie Death. Each ...

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E3- PlayStation Vita Hands-On

Veteran readers and podcast fans know that I am a PSP apologist. More than any other current generation system – even the full consoles – the PSP has earned a special place in SeanNOLA’s Gaming ...

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Arcana Heart 3 Review

Fate certainly hasn’t smiled upon Arcana Heart 3. Relegated to niche status by the franchise’s fetishized roster of teenage girls, the third entry in the series was released hours before the Playstation Network outage. Most ...

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Best of E3 2011- Dragon’s Crown

It’s a shame most stateside Saturn owners were never able to experience Atlus’ Princess Crown–  an action RPG which had some of the most sumptuous hand-drawn animation seen on Sega’s 32-bit system. Fourteen years later, ...

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Dirt 3 Review

Like many other Americans in the early 1990’s, I was shamefully unaware of the virtues of rally racing. With the bulk of stateside television stations and magazines overlooking the sport, gaming was responsible for sparking ...

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L.A. Noire Review

In the early years of the new millennium, industry analysts tossed around the phrase “convergence” with reckless abandon. Referring to the symbiotic development between new interactive media and classic Hollywood, the two realms have often ...

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Thor: God of Thunder Review

By now, you may have already heard that Thor: God of Thunder is a horrendous pile. I received the game a little late, and figured that, since I was given the opportunity to see the ...

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Virtua Tennis 4 Review

Whereas most now-gen sport franchises are resolute in their efforts toward realism, the Virtua Tennis has persistently delivered a quirky interpretation of the sport. Verisimilitude be damned, the series’ signature ingredient is its eccentric selection ...

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