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Podcast 6-7: Watch Your Rear

This week, DesertEagle skulks the ‘depths’ of the 3DS launch lineup with Steel Diver, Lego Star Wars III: The Clone Wars and as well as Crysis 2 impressions, SeanNOLA hits the trenches Killzone 3 and ...

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LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars Review

Over the past six years, few game series have become as ubiquitous as the LEGO series. By adapting powerhouse film franchises such as Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Batman, and Harry Potter into brick-based adventures, developer ...

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New Releases for the Week of April 3rd, 2011

Ferocious creatures abound in this week’s new releases. From The Dishwasher: Vampire Smile‘s lifeless samurai, Hoard‘s malevolent dragons to Dino D-Day‘s nationalistic Noasaurus, evil in undeniably ubiquitous. Heck, there’s even something irrefutably sinister with those ...

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The Cruel and the Kind- Swarm Review

If there’s one thing I’ve learned from the post-arcade era of video gaming, it’s that digital lives are expendable. What’s the penalty in losing a life – a chance to start over? Hardly. Hothead Games ...

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Surface Depth- Steel Diver Review

Nautical vessels are rarely engineered from scratch- most offer technological advancements on a previous design. Much like the steady stream of improvements which have been incorporated into the U.S. Navy’s Virginia class submarines, 3DS title ...

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Zombie Stumbles-Trapped Dead Review

Trapped Dead is a PC game which regretfully leaves the gamer wondering if the title is meant to refer to the zombies, the protagonists, or the player.   The game initially gives the appearance of being ...

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Super Street Fighter IV 3D Edition Review

With constrained graphical capabilities and a cramped control scheme, handheld fighting games have valiantly struggled to compete with their arcade and home-console brethren. While a few PSP titles- such as BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger Portable, Tekken ...

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