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Happy Birthday, Dreamcast

On this ten year anniversary of the Sega Dreamcast, the Tech-Gaming crew looks back on acquisition schemes, overshadowing competition, and Chu-Chu Rocket. DesertEagle: My early morning hours of September 9th, 1999 were filled with the ...

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Joyful Jetpacks- Section 8 Review

Section 8 for the 360,PC Developer: TimeGate Studios, Publisher: SouthPeak Games ESRB: T A colleague in the gaming industry recently explained that he was taking an extended hiatus from reviewing first person shooters. When I ...

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Tales of the Silver Sphere

I suffer from an obscure mental malady- whenever I pass a pinball machine, I feel exceedingly compelled to engage in at least one quick game. I could be late for an appointment or ravenous for ...

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Love Me Do- The Beatles: Rock Band

The Beatles: Rock Band Developer: Harmonix, Publisher: MTV Games/EA ESRB: T In My LifeLike many others, the Beatles are part of my DNA. Despite having never purchased a single recording from the group, I know ...

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Kommen Sie- Wolfenstein Review

Wolfenstein for the 360/PS3/PC Developer: Raven, Id, Pi Publisher: Activision ESRB: M In the seventeen-year history of the Wolfenstein franchise, the series has often been steeped in innovation. 1981’s Castle Wolfenstein was one of the ...

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Wii-United- Phantom Brave: We Meet Again

Phantom Brave: We Meet Again for the Wii. Developer: Nippon Ichi, Publisher: NIS America ESRB: T Although previous generations of Nintendo hardware have hosted a myriad of superb role playing experiences, the Wii’s library is ...

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Venatus Grata- SMT: Persona Review

Shin Megami Tensei: Persona for the PSP. Developer: Atlus, Publisher: Atlus ESRB: M Over the years, I’ve closely followed the evolution of most console role playing games. From 1989’s Dragon Warrior on the NES, and ...

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New Releases 8/30-9/5: Poor No More Edition

Has unemployment made you unhappy ? Frustrated by furloughs teasing you with additional recreational time, but less disposable income? This week’s new releases offer a variety of virtual vocations for the recessionary gamer. Guitar Hero ...

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