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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 ...Read More »
50 Cent: Blood on the Sand for the Xbox 360. Developer: Swordfish Studios, Publisher: THQ As a thirty-something year old game critic and listener of 80’s alternative music, I’m unlikely to be the core demographic ...Read More »
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 ...Read More »
It’s the first week of March, and the the boys of Summer are here, albeit early. While fans of our national pastime will have to wait until opening night on April 5th, we’ll be taking ...Read More »
Street Fighter IV for the PS3 and 360. Developed DIMPS/Capcom, by Published by Capcom Over the years, we’ve witnessed many of the favorite classic games remade with less than spectacular results. Shifting our favorite 2D ...Read More »
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 ...Read More »
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 ...Read More »
Prinny: Can I Really Be the Hero for the PSP. Developed by Nippon Ichi, Published by NIS America “I love the smell of high carbon 440 stainless steel ...Read More »
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 ...Read More »