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Sucker Punch Productions: Reliving the Past

January 2, 2011

I will take you back to a time where Sony reigned supreme. No one questioned which was better PS2 or Xbox because it was obvious the Playstation 2 was and still is the leading contender for highest selling console of all time. People considered the PS3 to be a Sony Flop claiming it was too [...]

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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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Kinect Konfusion

July 8, 2010

KINECT KONFUSION Firstliest of all, yes. That is the intended spelling for the device. And stop calling it the “KINE-ect”, for though that may be phonetically correct, it is improper. “KIN-ect” is its God-given name.

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FPS Games: First Person Complacency

June 21, 2010

At this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), hundreds of incredible, ground-breaking new titles were shown. Games spanned all platforms including Microsoft’s Xbox 360, the Nintendo Wii, and Sony’s Playstation 3, all unique to gaming in their own way. Games such as Epic Mickey introduce gamers into an unknown and imagination-laced world, while Portal 2 promises [...]

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Twisted Metal: The madness returns on the PS3

June 18, 2010

One of the most beloved games of the 1990′s has (officially) announced its return. The Twisted Metal franchise, a Sony staple since 1995, has been one of the key missing faces from the Playstation 3 format. Rumors have been in circulation for months, especially after gamers discovered hidden teasers in Twisted Metal: Head On. Now, [...]

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Slice and Dice – Metal Gear Solid Rising is a Cut Above the Rest

June 16, 2010

Many months ago, I wrote an article on the latest Metal Gear title. This one will feature Raiden, the whimp turned bad ass. There was much speculation about the game play,many thinking it was going to be a more action oriented title rather than the stealthy game play of it’s predecessors. I envisioned a Devil [...]

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Doctor Who City of Daleks: Episode or Game?

June 6, 2010

Enjoy British quips and time-travel? Think yourself clever enough to take on a hoard of Daleks with nothing but your wits and a Sonic Screwdriver? Now is your opportunity in BBC’s new Doctor Who computer game series.

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War for Cybertron: Gamers, Roll Out!

June 2, 2010

If anyone is a fan of Transformers, it’s this girl.  Giant mechs wailing on each other for the fate of the universe? Sign me up.  For the first time, the start of the war between the Autobots and Decepticons is shown in video games in Transformers: War for Cybertron.

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Jumping The Shark

May 17, 2010

I’m going to try to tell my story in words because when I tried to talk about this to my friends the only thing I could muster was a series of grunts, moans, and dry-heaves.  This tale of anger and frustration was fueled by playing the Halo: Reach Beta.  I am not a fan of [...]

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LittleBigPlanet 2: Not So Small World, After All

May 16, 2010

Creating your own simulated game has never been easier or more adorable than in LittleBigPlanet 2.  The original game started out with fifty levels, but fueled by the creativity of the users, LittleBigPlanet 2 will be backwards compatible with over 2 million levels.

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