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Review: Awesomenauts

Review: Awesomenauts

Tweet Awesomenauts from Ronimo Games somehow flew under my radar until recently.  When I stumbled upon some trailers for the game I saw visions of a 2-D sidescrolling shooter with space frogs and rocketpack monkeys and immediately had to play it.  After my first match in the far out universe I came to realize how wrong […]

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Review: The Walking Dead: Episode 1

Review: The Walking Dead: Episode 1

Tweet Many may be familiar with The Walking Dead series airing on AMC, but you may not know that the TV show is actually based off the comic book of the same name from Robert Kirkman.  Telltale Games has based their newest adventure game series straight from the former and has released Episode 1 of […]

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Review: Skullgirls

Review: Skullgirls

Tweet Ever since the release of Street Fight IV, the fighting game genre has had a renewed surge of interest.  To the delight of fighting fanatics this has meant a plethora of games to choose from. Everything from the 3D-style such as Tekken and SoulCalibur to 2D hand-drawn games like BlazBlue. The newest contender to the […]

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Review of BloodRayne: Betrayal

Review of BloodRayne: Betrayal

Tweet Few games see the type of comeback that developer WayForward has achieved with BloodRayne: Betrayal.  Starting with a history of two sub-par lastgen video games as well as three film adaptations (two being direct to DVD) directed by the infamous Uwe Boll, Rayne is not exactly a character that jumped to gamer’s minds when […]

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I Must Run! – PSP Mini Review

I Must Run! – PSP Mini Review

Tweet So if you haven’t noticed the site has been a little barren of new content lately.  That is mostly due to the fact that I am now a father and trying to get time to game or even write can be quite difficult (especially in these early sleepless weeks).  But i managed to squeeze […]

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Bloodrayne: Betrayal Will Prove 2D Still Rules

Bloodrayne: Betrayal Will Prove 2D Still Rules

Tweet The day side-scrolling 2D games stop being developed will be the day an entire industry turns its back on its roots.  Luckily for gamers of all generations, this will most likely never happen.  And luckily for the future of a certain dying IP, the 2D game design may actually save it.

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Sit Sam’s Video Game Podcast 8

Sit Sam’s Video Game Podcast 8

Tweet This week Dorian and I discuss our predictions for E3 and our feelings of the PSN outage.  This episode has been dedicated to the late Macho Man Randy Savage.

As always let us know what you think in the comments.  We always want to hear how we can make the show more enjoyable […]

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Did Sony Cause The Spark That Lead To The PSN Outage?

Did Sony Cause The Spark That Lead To The PSN Outage?

Tweet Back in April of 2010 Sony released a firmware update for the PS3 that removed a feature from the console rather than adding one.  That feature was the “Install Other OS” option that let gamers install a Linux OS on older models of the PS3.  Even though this option came with limited uses it […]

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Jimmie Johnson’s Anything With An Engine: NASCAR X Mario Kart

Jimmie Johnson’s Anything With An Engine: NASCAR X Mario Kart

Tweet When NASCAR driver Jimmie Johnson met up with the development team at Isopod Labs, it was easy to see Jimmie had a love for video games and wanted to create something that was fun for everyone.  When asked what kind of cars he would like to drive in a racing game his response was […]

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New PSN Title ‘Rochard’, Just Your Average Hero

New PSN Title ‘Rochard’, Just Your Average Hero

Tweet How do you make a super hero out of an average miner with a mustache?  You refer to him only by last name.  John Rochard is the main character for Recoil Games upcoming PSN title, Rochard. Starting off as just an everyday space miner, John and his crew stumble upon a strange ancient artifact hidden within an asteroid. […]