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Take to the Skies with the Saitek Aviator

Although I greatly enjoy aviation simulations, I’ve avoided purchasing a dedicated flight stick. High-end force-feedback equipped PC sticks were appealing to me, but cost prohibitive. Meanwhile, the cheaper alternatives felt flimsy; I’m fearful I would ...

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Less is Gore- Onechanbara: Reviewed

Onechanbara: Bikini Samurai Squad for the Xbox 360. Developer- Tamsoft, Publisher- D3 It’s quite possible to review recent Xbox 360 release Onechanbara: Bikini Samurai Swords using two words: ‘delightfully skimpy’. The game features a trio ...

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Armor Charmer- Vector Tanks Reviewed

Vector Tanks for the iPhone/iPod Touch. Developer: Peter Hirschberg, Publisher: Chillingo Back when graphics were simpler, games had a mystique similar to that of books. Your mind had to fill in the blanks and paint ...

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Helghast Blast- Killzone 2 Reviewed

Killzone 2 for the Playstation 3. Developed by Guerrilla Games, Published by Sony  For me, first-person shooters are as irresistible as the siren’s song. For the past thirteen years, I’ve had the privilege of playing ...

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Flash and Slash- X-Blades Reviewed

X-Blades for the 360, PS3. Developed by Gaijin Entertainment, Published by SouthPeak Games. There was a time not long ago when games were charmingly simplistic. In-game maps were unnecessary due to the linear nature of ...

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