Bioshock Infinite

» Reviews: Bioshock Infinite

Nathan Schwartz

Friday, April 5, 2013 No Comments

Yep, Bioshock Infinite is incredible. Everything from the story, gameplay, graphics and soundscape was just top notch. In terms of plot, it sets itself up in a very similar fashion to the original Bioshock game, but instead of an underwater world, this one blasts you off you into this enormous and breathtaking sky city. Why […]

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» Rants: Minor Judgment on Gears of War: Judgment

L.E. Green

Wednesday, April 3, 2013 No Comments

In this week’s video, L.E. and Nathan discuss the direction Epic Games and People Can Fly took the story for Gears of War: Judgment. Was Emergence Day just the safe route? Click the link to watch!

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» DLC: The Day the Music Died, Again… Harmonix Ends Rock Band Weekly DLC

L.E. Green

Tuesday, April 2, 2013 No Comments

Today marks the end of an era for Harmonix Music Systems. It’s the end of the video game music industry, again, because it’s the second time Harmonix is stepping into the shadows to quietly work on… whatever their next big project will be. Whether or not that project will manage to garner the initial praise […]

Killing Them Softly

» Reviews: Killing Them Softly

Nathan Schwartz

Monday, April 1, 2013 No Comments

Flowing with artistic sequences and boring dialogical exchanges, Killing Them Softly had the rhythm of a limping turtle. Then forty minutes into the film James Gandolfini shows up and word diarrheas for almost ten minutes about something completely unrelated the to the events in the film. What the heck is that? If it’s not progressing […]

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» Reviews: Oz the Great and Powerful

L.E. Green

Monday, April 1, 2013 No Comments

There go two hours of my life. I might have been able to overlook the purposely-included overacting, gross overuse of obviously green-screened 3D effects, and the barebones black and white, good vs. evil plotline in Oz the Great and Powerful, if not for the fact that they ran throughout the entirety of the film! Granted, […]

Robot and Frank

» Reviews: Robot & Frank

Nathan Schwartz

Friday, March 29, 2013 No Comments

An aging semi-ex-con named Frank, played by Frank Langella, is forced to live under the supervision of a health care robot. That’s the premise of Robot & Frank (a very accurate title). It’s a fun concept and an almost equally as fun film. It isn’t amazing, as it suffers from a mild case of flatness […]

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» News: Konami Releases Trailer for Next Metal Gear Solid at GDC 2013

L.E. Green

Friday, March 29, 2013 No Comments

Earlier today, at the 2013 Game Developers Conference (GDC), Konami and Kojima Productions unveiled a trailer for what will be the next installment of the core Metal Gear Solid series in the Metal Gear franchise. Entitled Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, the new title is in development for both Playstation 3 and Xbox […]

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» News: Ubisoft Launches ctOS Threat Report for Watch Dogs

L.E. Green

Thursday, March 28, 2013 No Comments

In the continued ramp up to launch, this week, Ubisoft released a brand new promo video for its upcoming high tech crime and espionage thriller, Watch Dogs. The video, which you can see here, gives us a different perspective on the previous gameplay demo released during Sony’s Playstation 4 announcement event. As if it were […]

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» Rants: This is 40 Combo Pack Gaveaway!

L.E. Green

Wednesday, March 27, 2013 9 Comments

Update: This contest is now closed. or my midlife crises, I want to buy twenty arcade game cabinets, for which I’ll have no space whatsoever. Now that? That’s thinking unrealistically! Universal has given us four Combo Packs of This is 40, on Blu-ray, DVD, Digital Copy and Ultraviolet. So what are we doing with them? […]

Fragger 2

» Reviews: Fragger

Nathan Schwartz

Tuesday, March 26, 2013 No Comments

With 12 sets of 30 levels (if my math is right, that’s roughly 425.6 trillion levels (note: I’m awful at math)), Fragger is loaded with grenade lobbing fun. Ranging from simple to remarkably difficult puzzles, the game isn’t just addictive, but also offers a fair bit of challenge as well. And like most games of […]

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