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Life on the Edge- Borderlands Review

From Cormac McCarthy’s The Road to Mad Max, artists have often used a post-armageddon world to explore humankind’s nature. While interactive entertainment is still an emergent medium, the Fallout series has used an end of ...

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Classic Rock Comes to Consoles

Technology has often been the catalyst of my appreciation of the Beatles’ music. As a youngster, I was first introduced to their melodies by a program for the Atari 800 computer, which allowed users to ...

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Deploy the Toys- Squeeballs Party Review

The largest setback facing the recently released Squeeballs Party is one of hyperbole. With the game’s cover claiming “150+ mini-games”, potential purchasers may be expecting a cornucopia of diversions. In reality, players will find eleven ...

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Pole Control- Bass Pro Shops: The Strike Review

America’s living rooms are slowly being transformed into ecologically unfriendly habitats, with the proliferation of plastic balance boards, guitars, and steering wheels. The imminent release of simulated night vision goggles, skateboards, and turntables certainly won’t ...

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Rule the Ghouls- Undead Knights Review

Unlike many of my contemporaries, I still enjoy an occasional session of Dynasty Warriors. Slicing through throngs of enemies can be strangely cathartic; a therapeutic conclusion to a busy workday. When I first saw Undead ...

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Treat or Trick- A Witch’s Tale Review

The accusation of bias seems to be thrown around with unsettling frequency within the gaming industry. At Tech-Gaming, we are frequently labeled, “NIS fanboys”- for the perceived partiality toward the role playing game publisher. A ...

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