Archive for February, 2012

A Separation

A Separation

Wednesday, February 29, 2012 No Comments

Flowing from scene to scene, A Separation had me mesmerized, following the characters intently as it weaved through the various turns and developments that were seamlessly fastened to the progression of the story. From the acting, directing, and writing, this movie was brilliantly structured. Even with its multiple levels of twists and character nuances, this […]


Act of Valor

Tuesday, February 28, 2012 No Comments

Act of Valor, with all its picturesque locales, was a visually stunning adaptation of Call of Duty, with actual Navy SEALs! It showed off the fascinating intricacies of tactical maneuvers (often times from a first person perspective), with all the glorious gunfights and explosive goodness that you’d expect from a first person shooter. Unfortunately, the […]

Playstation Vita Hardware

Playstation Vita Gets Much-Needed Sales Boost After North American, European Launches

Tuesday, February 28, 2012 No Comments

Sony Computer Entertainment announced today that sales of the Playstation Vita have now grown to 1.2 million units worldwide since the new handheld gaming system launched in North and Latin America, European and PAL territories last week. That number provides a significant boost to the system’s sales numbers, which had been considered by many to […]

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Category: News

Mark of the Ninja Teaser Poster

Shank Creators Tease New Ninja Stealth Title

Tuesday, February 28, 2012 No Comments

After great success with their gory and ultra-violent hack & slash arcade title, Shank, and its follow-up, Chris Dahlen and Jamie Cheng of Klei Entertainment have returned from the darkness today to tease their latest title, Mark of the Ninja. Published by Microsoft Studios, Mark of the Ninja will be releasing for Xbox Live Arcade […]

It's Oscar time!

Academy Awards 2012

Monday, February 27, 2012 1 Comment

I have finally done it! It’s been over six years in the making, but I’ve finally succeeded in winning an Oscar… pool! I’d like to thank my manager, that guy rolling around on the floor humming “Magic Moments” by Perry Como, the Care Bears, and of course, Jesus! Unfortunately, however excited I was to win, […]


Keyboard Gets A Boost in Next Week’s Rock Band Music Store Update, with More Huey

Friday, February 24, 2012 No Comments

Huey’s back! Harmonix announced today that next week’s Rock Band Music Store Update will feature fresh tracks from Huey Lewis and the News, and that means Keyboard is getting a serious boost once again. The San Francisco-based group gets a new a new three track pack that includes their first Top Ten hit, Do You […]

In Bruges

In Bruges

Thursday, February 23, 2012 1 Comment

In Bruges is not an action movie in the American sense (highflying explosions, shallow characters, more explosions, cliché storylines, and more explosions, (oh, and let’s not forget explosions)). But I would also go as far to say that it’s not an action movie by any standard. It was more of a dark comedy/drama with a […]

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Category: Rants


Shoot Many Robots Releasing Next Month

Thursday, February 23, 2012 1 Comment

Cambridge, Massachusetts-based developer Demiurge Studios and publishing giant Ubisoft officially announced the release date for their upcoming part-action shoot-‘em-up, part RPG title, Shoot Many Robots, today. Coming to Xbox Live Arcade and the Playstation Network next month, it follows the “story” of P. Walter Tugnut as he decimates a hoard of killer robots. Sporting an […]


Metal Gear Solid Snake Eater 3D Releases… Wait, What?!?

Wednesday, February 22, 2012 No Comments

Konami announced the official release of its 3D re-release of the hit stealth-action title Metal Gear Solid Snake Eater 3D this week. So, if you’re thinking “Wait a second… Didn’t you guys say it already released?”, the short answer is, yes we did. And at this point, the only assumption we can make as to […]

The High Cost of Living

The High Cost of Living

Wednesday, February 22, 2012 No Comments

I’ve seen the story before, I’d say, at least 3 times. Person A commits an accidental crime. Out of guilt, s/he tries to find the victim (or close relative of), but instead of confessing to the crime, they befriend said wounded without ever admitting to being the culprit. And thus begins a twisted relationship. The […]

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