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As the current crop of consoles move through the second half of their considerably long life cycle (for gaming consoles, anyway), we as gamers now have a good understanding of what each system is capable of. Forget about Red Rings, flying WiiMotes, and ridiculous PS3 pricing (and no trophies!); just about everything that plagued these […]
Game Review: Dungeon Defenders Release: October 18, 2011 Genre: Tower Defense Developer: Trendy Entertainment Available Platforms: XBLA / PSN Players: 1-4 MSRP: 1200 Microsoft Points, $14.99 ESRB Rating: E for Everyone Website: Official Website Note: Very special thanks to Chris Forbis (Mensadad), whose prowess and insights proved priceless in the writing of this review. In the brink of nihilistic, self-centered single player behemoths lingering […]
Microsoft has not been exactly cutting-edge lately with their offerings. If you read around the blogosphere, you’ll find that most people feel (and based on sales, rightly so) that both Apple and Google have eclipsed the giant when it comes to relevance in the technology spaces that are important (read: hip) right now (tablets and […]
Halfbrick Studios was on the PAX Prime floor showing off a couple new games, and we stopped by to check out the new offerings. Let’s start with the new DLC for Fruit Ninja Kinect, titled “Storm Season.” I should begin by saying that I have been mostly skeptical at best when it comes to the […]