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Moo-d Swings- Alien Havoc Review

When PSP Minis were first announced at the Gamescom convention last August, some thought Sony might have stumbled on a way to revitalize the sagging PSP market. For far too long the portable system had ...

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The Tech-Gaming Podcast, World 1-5

This week’s topics include 2010 predictions, TideGear’s iPhone app extravaganza,  and DesertEagle’s aversion for all things NATAL. Don’t forget to send your questions for our next mailbag, and subscribe to the Tech-Gaming Podcast on iTunes.

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Wrath of the Witch Queen- Bayonetta Review

As the processing power of consoles has grown exponentially, so has the graphical intricacy of our games. While faster CPUs and additional memory have brought higher resolutions, these technological advances have also increased the amount ...

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Un-bear-ably Cute- Polar Panic Review

Veteran gamers may recall Sega’s 1982 coin-op, Pengo. The Antarctic-themed diversion tasked players with eliminating protagonists by sliding blocks of ice. Consequently, each time one of the frozen chunks was moved, the game’s labyrinthine environment ...

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Alps and Aces- Two iPhone Apps Reviewed

                  Although ‘TNT’ is part of the title, you don’t get to blow anything up. Shucks. Beyond chilly temperatures and abbreviated daylight hours, winter also ushers in a flurry of snowboarding games. While ...

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