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A4Tech Bloody Headshot Gaming Mouse Review

Last March, we reviewed the Bloody Multi-Core Gun3 V7 gaming mouse, a peripheral that purported to improve accuracy in first-person shooters. Any doubts about the device’s claims were quickly diminished once we putted the mouse ...

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The Sims 3: Island Paradise Review

What is the concept? After surviving those unruly teenaged years, the stresses of college, and the pressures of holiday planning, overburdened Sims could probably use a rejuvenating vacation. Island Paradise, the tenth expansion for The ...

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Deadpool Review

Parody is a burdensome task for interactive entertainment. While few will fault the film The 41-Year-Old Virgin Who Knocked Up Sarah Marshall And Felt Superbad About It for its clumsy cinematography, video game satire is ...

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Remember Me Review

While science fiction’s futuristic interpretations of vehicles, weapons and urban spaces are undeniably intriguing, plot devices which allow a glimpse into the human condition are often the most satisfying elements of the genre. These existentialism-enabling ...

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Pinball FX 2 PC Review

No doubt aficionados of all things pinball are already shaking their heads. “Pinball FX 2? You’re reviewing a three-year-old game!” To that I say: “Ah, but it hasn’t been released on Steam yet. When I ...

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Go Home Dinosaurs Review

As a safeguard against stagnation, the tower defense genre has continually added new twists. Titles such as Toy Soldiers allowed players to take control of positioned weaponry, while Ratchet and Clank: Full Frontal Assault took ...

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The Sims 3: University Life Expansion Review

While the existence of a third-generation Sim includes most of the crucial milestones of an actual life, Maxis’ virtual beings have traditionally been barred from attaining a college education. Following the fulfillment of a high-school ...

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