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Okamiden is a fitting tribute to the end of the much-beloved Nintendo DS. Arguably the system’s swan-song, the game is an example of what is possible near the end of a device’s lifecycle. Packed inside its cartridge is a sprawling adventure lasting more than twenty hours in a fully realized, …

April 15, 2011 | No Comment

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This morning, Nintendo of America rallied the gaming faithful in New York City to detail the North American launch of the Nintendo 3DS. Japanese gamers have already known the nitty-gritty for quite some time so Nintendo dished on the final pricing, launch date, features, and previewed some of the upcoming …

January 19, 2011 | One Comment

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Shibuya is the first iOS game from Never Center, the developers behind the App Store entry, CameraBag. The team is no stranger to the platform, which explains the fact that their first foray into mobile gaming is so well-suited to the strengths of the iPhone. Shibuya is a color-matching tile …

September 24, 2010 | No Comment

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There’s no denying I was a huge fan of the original Mirror’s Edge when it debuted for the PS3 and Xbox 360 back in 2008. The game represented a substantial leap forward in game design through the first-person perspective. Exploring the dystopian city through the eyes of Faith was breathtaking …

September 18, 2010 | No Comment

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Last week, I was fortunate enough to be accepted into OnLive’s promotional one free year of service courtesy of AT&T. While the service will remain free for a year, renewing at $4.95 a month thereafter, game purchases and rentals are still going to cost me. For those unaware of OnLive …

July 2, 2010 | No Comment

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Nintendo has a knack for creating simple yet absolutely addictive puzzle games. The original Picross on the DS was a clever play on Sudoku-style grid puzzling, with the added twist of pictures being produced by eliminating squares. Removing squares on the grid is based on a logical elimination based …

June 2, 2010 | No Comment

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It’s that time of the year again – SpikeTV host’s their annual Video Game Awards ceremony show, full of lots of hot chicks, funny washed-up actors, and of course, video games! This years show was nothing but spectacular (at least for us video game enthusiasts), and it was definitely worth …

December 12, 2009 | No Comment

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The PSP Go has finally arrived. The much awaited and anticipated installment in the lineage of the best selling portable gaming devices is not complete gold. And we are here to tell you why.
First of all, we don’t mean to completely knock the newly designed PSP Go. There were definitely …

September 30, 2009 | No Comment