Art has been a part of man’s soul for as long as he has existed. Painting, sculpting, chiseling, building, composing, writing… any medium available, any canvas available has been utilized for the sake of art. ...Read More »
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With the exception of a Burnout Paradise PC port, and an downloadable arcade style hockey game, this week belongs to Nintendo. Wii owners can pick from three titles that feature neither forsaken ‘animalz’ nor a ...Read More »
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After playing my fair share of repetitive, simplistic RPGs on the PSP, I picked up Star Ocean: First Departure with a bit of hesitation. However, unlike the majority of my industry peers, I quickly became ...Read More »
After the initial excitement of the Wii launchs faded, owners of Nintendo’s new console feverishly awaited for new software to line store shelves. While originally promised during the ‘launch window’, Konami’s Elebits was delivered to ...Read More »
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“I love the smell of Hobbit blood in the morning. It smells like VICTORY!” There have been a myriad of attempts to translate the Lord of the Rings universe ...Read More »
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“Ok, buddy you’re going on a see-food diet. If you see food, eat it!” There was a time in the late 1990’s when the brightly colored 3D platformer ...Read More »