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DeathSmiles (XBOX 360) Review 2

DeathSmiles (XBOX 360) Review

Game developer Cave is no stranger to shooters.  They’re most known for arcade 2D scrolling shoot ’em ups (commonly known as shmups), but not just

BlazBlue: Continuum Shift (XBOX 360) Review 1

BlazBlue: Continuum Shift (XBOX 360) Review

BlazBlue: Continuum Shift likes to take risks.  For a series willing to bend the fighting genre’s core concepts to their breaking points, BlazBlue offers what

Crackdown 2 (XBOX 360) Review 1

Crackdown 2 (XBOX 360) Review

Whether you loved it or hated it, Crackdown was a great representation of an open-world game — maybe too good.  The game didn’t offer the

Tournament of Legends (Wii) Review 1

Tournament of Legends (Wii) Review

There’s been quite a resurgence in the fighting game genre over the past few years.  Arcade titles popular among a niche market would later boom

Super Mario Galaxy 2 (Wii) Review 1

Super Mario Galaxy 2 (Wii) Review

In many ways, reviewing a new Mario game is a superfluous exercise. Everybody already knows what to expect. The princess has been kidnapped, some stars

Trauma Team (Wii) Review 1

Trauma Team (Wii) Review

If you’re familiar with Trauma Center, then you’ll know what to expect from Trauma Team, because it’s basically more of the same. Atlus’ latest Wii

Alan Wake (XBOX 360) Review 1

Alan Wake (XBOX 360) Review

The water in Alan Wake is absolutely breathtaking. That may seem like an unusual observation for the opening of a game Review, but the vistas

Calling (Wii) Review 2

Calling (Wii) Review

I was fully prepared to dislike Calling, the new Wii exclusive from Hudson Entertainment.  The Wii isn’t known for providing good horror and this particular

Dante’s Inferno (XBOX 360) Review 2

Dante’s Inferno (XBOX 360) Review

If you’ve played God of War, you’ve played Dante’s Inferno. The combat controls are nearly identical (quick attacks, power attacks, magic, quick-time events, and dodging)

Just Cause 2 (PS3) Review 1

Just Cause 2 (PS3) Review

On the surface, SquareEnix’s Just Cause 2 is a lot like any other sandbox game. There’s a big, open world (in this case, the fictional

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