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James Arnold Taylor: The Personal Side of Voice Acting

August 20, 2010

I got a chance to have a short interview with one of the gaming industry’s best voice actors, James Arnold Taylor. Although you may not know his name, but he is the voice of some of Sony’s best video game heroes. Currently the voice of Obi-Wan Kenobi and Master Plo Koon in Cartoon Network’s Star [...]

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Recession Proof Gaming with ‘The Humble Indie Bundle’

May 6, 2010

In a world where videogames have become more costly, it’s difficult to feed the addiction.  Even more so in this economy (though the White House claims the recession is over, I personally have yet to see proof).  Capcom did us all a favor (and rightly so) by releasing the pseudo-new SSFIV at a reduced price.  [...]

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That Ten Dollar Thingy Strikes Again

March 3, 2010

It’s still not too late to pre-order your copy of Final Fantasy XIII.  And, in perfect Biblical fashion, Amazon is making sure even the stragglers get rewarded.

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Free Download Of Command & Conquer 2 Tiberian Sun To Prepare You For C&C 4 Tiberian Twilight

February 12, 2010

EA either really loves their fans, or they’ve run out of promotional ideas, because as an early Valentine’s Day gift, EA is giving away free downloads of C&C Tiberian Sun and its expansion Firestorm.

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Happy Valentines Day from Little Big Planet

February 12, 2010

This Valentines day why not do something awesome with that special someone, like snuggle up on the couch and play a custom level in Little Big Planet. Media Molecule has just released a new Valentines Day level kit which is available for download at the Playstation Store. This romantic little download contains hearts, flowers, chocolate, [...]

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America’s Army 3

February 8, 2010

America’s Army 3 is the latest in a series of games designed to provide the player with the most realistic look into the challenge of an american soldier. Upon creating your account, in previous versions, you would go through several training missions modelled after real-life bootcamp scenarios. From physical fitness tests, marksmanship ranges, and MOUT [...]

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Borderlands: A couple’s Co-op

February 8, 2010

The Mrs. and myself have had a rocky road when it comes to Co-op games.  I remember in the beginning, way back in TimeSplitters 2 on the Ps2, there was a lot of yelling and blaming for deaths and restarts.  But like any good team, we held it together, and in the end: victory.  Many [...]

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Modern Warfare 2 Care Package Glitch: Will it Ever End!?

February 7, 2010

Are you a frequent user of the Care Package Glitch or an annoyed gamer of the people who do use it? Well no matter how you side, there is new info. Infinity Ward promised a patch for the glitch about two weeks ago saying it should be gone in two weeks…it’s still not gone. After [...]

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Pokemon: Making A Swift Comeback Or A Desperate Attempt?

February 6, 2010

Pokemon has been around for a decade and a half and is one of the most played games in the world.One of the reasons is Pokemon’s persistent attitude to make new games. Heart Gold and Soul Silver are two new Pokemon games coming out March 14th(Pi Day). This new appendage of the saga brings us [...]

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SEGA Returns to the Console Wars – Brings Knife to Gunfight, Promptly Ignored

February 3, 2010

Yes, this is not a drill, SEGA has indeed produced a new console, teaming up with Zone 40 to make the brand new SEGA Zone. Google “Wii and SEGA Genesis had a baby” and you’ll see that I’m either telling the truth, or I’m taking part in the biggest collaborative industry prank in the history [...]

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