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Sonic Unleashed: Bring the silver bullet

December 2, 2008

After playing this game for a while, I am still not sure what demographic Sega was aiming for when creating “Sonic Unleashed”. If they’re trying to capitalize on the older generations of old school Sonic fans, they failed. If they’re going for little kids now to buy their game and are trying to attract new […]

New Xbox Experience: First Impression

November 17, 2008

I was lucky enough to be included in one of the few “New Xbox Experience” public previews. I have to say I’m quite impressed. While the rest of the world will getting this new firmware update on Wednesday, I got a chance to dink around with it for a few days. One of the first […]

Fallout 3: What beautiful destruction.

November 16, 2008

Unlike my Fable 2 review I played the hell out of some Fallout 2 in my early-gamer-life.  It was an instant classic, and one of my favorites in the genre.  So needless to say when Fallout 3 was released last month, I was excited.  I picked up the collectors edition and now have my Vault […]

Spider-Man: Web of Shadows: What will you choose?

November 3, 2008

Pasta or salad? Hero or villain? Red or Black? These are the types of decisions that Activision wants you to answer as you delve into the world of virtual New York as the friendly neighborhood web crawler. I have to admit, I was a little apprehensive at first of spending $60 for a new Spider-Man […]

Fable II: Decisions, decisions…

October 27, 2008

Fable II hero in moonlight Let me start this off by saying that I have played almost nothing of Fable I. By the time the game was released I was already put off by the word of mouth about how the game didn’t come close to living up to expectations, and decided to pass it […]