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Space Race- HalfBrick Rocket Racing Review

Browsing through the recently rechristened Xbox Live Indie Games Marketplace can seem like an excursion through a virtual red-light district. However, between the assortments of sordid massage programs, sophomoric fart apps, and drinking titles, steadfast ...

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Steer the Sphere- Switchball Review

While running and jumping are arguably the most popular way to traverse game worlds, rolling is no slouch. Since Marble Madness first introduced its sphere-spinning mechanic, games have had us rotating everything from Monkey Balls, ...

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New Releases 9/20-9/26: Erudite ODST Edition

As much as the mainstream media would like to portray gamers as Mountain Dew fueled, attention deficit disorder-riddled misfits, this week’s new releases would paint a contradictory picture. With entries based on crime-novelist James Patterson, ...

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Rock Solid- Guitar Hero 5 Review

Arguably, one of the best things to happen to the Guitar Hero series has been the creation of the Rock Band franchise. Without a robust competitor, Activision’s seminal series might still be mired in awkward ...

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Top Gear- Need for Speed: Shift Review

Undoubtedly, one of the most reinvented franchises within the gaming industry must be the Need for Speed series. The title’s 1994 commencement utilized the power of the 3DO to create a graphically impressive, realistic driving ...

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Bumble in the Jungle- Raven Squad Review

Raven Squad for the Xbox 360/PC. Developer: Evolved Games, Publisher: Southpeak Games ESRB: T In gaming, warfare is usually presented in one of two distinctive perspectives. Titles like Dune II: The Building of a Dynasty ...

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Rubi Red- WET Review

WET for the Xbox 360 and Playstation 3. Developer: A2M, Publisher: Bethesda Softworks ESRB: M Something sinister is going on at the Artificial Mind and Movement production labs. It seems the ominously named developers have ...

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