BY ON March 28th, 2012

There is a fantastic selection in Amazon’s current Buy 2 Get 1 Free sale. See some highlights below.

BY ON March 27th, 2012

These past ten weeks have been a wild and crazy ride for Cast of Thrones. In this episode we finished our in-depth discussion of A Game of Thrones and prepared our hearts and minds for Season 2 of the HBO show. I know we are ready and you will be too after listening to this …

BY ON March 25th, 2012

What MLB 12 The Show does better than anything else is capture the feel of baseball. It is all there, from the high level ideas to the tiniest details. The stadiums are gorgeous, the players move the way they should. The presentation will have you swearing you are watching a TV broadcast.

BY ON March 25th, 2012

If you own a Vita, and are trying to choose between the two, I suggest getting the Vita version over the PS3. It isn’t quite as beautiful, and it only has most of the gameplay modes, but it is so darn close, that the freedom of having it on a handheld easily wins out. Maybe next year when owning a Vita is more common, it will be a harder decision, but for now, go with the Vita version all the way.

BY ON March 23rd, 2012

Snowboarding games, my long lost love, you have finally returned. The past SSX games were great, but with this new iteration, things are brought to a whole new level. The jumps are bigger, the tricks are crazier, and the graphics are gorgeous. This is the kind of game that will ruin your life under the right circumstances.

BY ON March 22nd, 2012

War…what is he good for? Death is now the central character in the Darksiders’ series and he brings a whole new bag of tricks with him as well as a bit of a attitude. The latest installment in the Darksiders’ story finds us taking control of Death as he attempts to clear the name of …

BY ON March 22nd, 2012

Chances are you’ve played Angry Birds. Everyone has. It’s on nearly every device that has a screen and requires electricity. No? Never heard of it? Well, get ready then.

BY ON March 21st, 2012

Shoot ’em ups (shmups) are a tricky genre. They require fast reflexes, quick eyes and the patience and determination to fail time and time again. All of these qualities I lack. I know shmups aren’t my genre of choice, and so does Grasshopper Manufacture and Digital Reality.

BY ON March 20th, 2012

The game is beautiful, it’s fully voiced, and the combo-based action is more than a little satisfying. The only problem is that if Dynasty Warriors has already worn out its welcome for you, then Next isn’t going to do a single thing to change your mind.

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