This week, college football players and a trio of chimpanzees hit most of the major platforms, while Rock Band players without access to DLC get their chance to Live Forever. 360NCAA Football 09Space Chimps PS3NCAA ...Read More »
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This afternoon, we solicited the assistance of our Nintendo tarot cards, then we sought enlightenment from our Sony tea leaves, before finally gazing into Microsoft’s mysteriously glowing orb. Future-peering is never easy, and while the ...Read More »
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With Command & Conquer 3: Kane’s Wrath, the Los Angeles office of Electronic Arts offers its third port of a popular PC real-time strategy game. While past efforts, Lord of the Rings: Battle for Middle ...Read More »
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In era when it’s becoming increasingly rare for a 2D shooter to be released at retail, the shmup gods have graced us with Blast Works: Build, Trade, Destroy. As the title implies, mere bullet dodging ...Read More »