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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Sparks (Part 1) is a iPhone “motion comic” quite similar to the Metal Gear Solid Digital Graphic Novel released for PSP a while back. I can’t, nor will I, pretend to be any sort of ...Read More »
“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 »
So when did the PS2 take a sip from the Holy Grail? Support for Sony’s second home console appears eternal as the beloved system gets twice as many new releases titles as the Nintendo Wii. ...Read More »
“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 »
Note that the original v1.0 version of i Love Katamari reportedly had framerate and control issues. This is a review of v1.0.1 of the game, which was released to patch those issues. Namco has never ...Read More »
“Argh, matey! The crazy ball power-up is like drinkin’ the Captain’s rum.” Over the years, I’ve played my share of Breakout. As a kindergartner, I witnessed the ...Read More »
Nathan with his wife, who works as Mommy’s Best Producer This week we got a chance to speak with Nathan Fouts, the man behind the remarkably entertaining ...Read More »
Hurray! 2009’s new release doldrums have finally lifted, as this week brings a few capable choices to store shelves. Just don’t look for any of these games at your local Circuit City, who announced they ...Read More »
Reviewed by BlackMage Some of our recreational games have been called allegories for war. From football to chess, and board games like Risk, each diversion focuses on conflict and the elimination of an opposing threat. ...Read More »