Review: The Godfather Blackhand Edition (Wii)

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Hello, gamers of the world! I’m Chrissie, and I’ll be joining Robyn’s delightful blog as of today =] A little note, I originally wrote this review for a different gaming site (which, out… Continue reading

Review: Duke Nukem Forever (PC Version)

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Style: Action, FPS Publisher: 2K Games Developer: Gearbox Software Release Date: June 10th 2011 (Europe), June 14th (US) ESRB: 18+ I found myself very very excited for Duke Nukem Forever on the lead up to it’s release. Why? I’m… Continue reading

Review: Portal 2

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Style: Action, Puzzle Publisher: Valve Developer: Valve Release Date: April 19th 2011 ESRB: E 10+ “It’s been a long time. How have you been? I’ve been really busy being dead. You know, after… Continue reading

BTW

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Regarding what I posted last week about Duke Nukem… Trust Fox News to wheel out its soapbox over this. They’ve clearly not even considered the fact that the whole POINT of this game… Continue reading

The Last Censored Art Form

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It was announced recently that the multiplayer for Duke Nukem Forever will feature a mode called ‘Capture the Babe’– a take on Capture the Flag where the flags are replaced by hysterical, skantily-clad… Continue reading

Review: Dragon Age 2

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I had originally intended this to be published on Gamersleak.com, but someone got there before me and said it was a 8.5/10 on the awesome game scale like he was employed by Gamespot… Continue reading

Why Mass Effect 2 Should Suck

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I think it’s a well-known fact by now that Bioware make some of the most critically acclaimed RPGs around. Dragon Age, Mass Effect and Knights of the Old Republic are just some of… Continue reading

Pass Go: Collect 50G

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One of the things I despise about gaming is it’s assumption that the player needs constant rewards for success. The achievement has fast become a commonplace thing in gaming, now branching out to… Continue reading

Review: Dead Space 2

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Style: Shooter Publisher: EA Developer: Visceral Games Release Date: Jan 25th 2011 ESRB: 18 “Issac Clarke, if you can hear me, RUN!” So begins the terrifying first chapter of possibly one of the… Continue reading

Fable 3: The Problems with Revolution

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I love a good RPG, and I’m unashamed to admit it. I actually find them easier to immerse myself in that other games because I end up taking the ‘what would I do?’… Continue reading