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UFC Undisputed 3 Review

u Publisher: THQ Console: X Box 360 Genre: Sports/Fighting First, let me start by saying that I enjoyed EA Sports MMA far more than the first two UFC Undisputed games. The EA game just ran...

Thank you Microsoft Kinect!

My 3-year-old daughter has a video game console made by Leap Frog. It helps her learn letters and stuff like that but it is very clunky and the graphics look worse...

High Speed Chases, Mass Murder, Demented Game Shows, and Giant Purple Dildos – Saints...

  The first Saints Row was a blatant rip-off of the Grand Theft Auto series, clear-cut and simple.  Saints Row 2 decided that they needed to distance themselves from the GTA clone...

Pokémon Black & White Giveaway – Victini

Nintendo is going full steam ahead with the promotion of Pokémon during February and March. Three pokémon downloadable giveaways and already the announcement of the first fifth generation giveaway: Victini! The...

Pokémon–The final fourth generation giveaways?

No matter how you look at it, the fourth generation of pokémon is winding down to its final days for North American fans. Nintendo is helping to both build the hype...

Will the Nintendo 3DS Sell?

Now that the Nintendo 3DS is available for pre-order and has a price of $249.99, the question I am hearing the most is will it sell? That $250 number seems to stop people in their tracks. Is $250 too much for to pay for a portable game console?

Slick’s Hits: Pokémon Black Version / White Version

First there was Mewtwo, the mighty psychic pokémon that wanted to obliterate humanity due to the way Team Rocket mistreated it. Then we had Celebi, hunted for its ability to travel...

Infinity Blade: The Review

One of the most talked about games on the iPad is Infinity Blade, which is powered by the Unreal engine. This is the game you play and forget that you are...

Pokémon–Making three legends shine this January!

Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver will still be going at full steam up to the release of the new Pokémon titles: Black & White, hitting stores March 6, 2011. Three legendary Pokémon,...

Splatterhouse: The Review by Josh

Splatterhouse is by far the most violent game I have ever played and as you progress through the levels, it only gets more violent. At one point you fight an 8’ tall fat guy with chainsaw arms, and only by ripping off one of his arms and chainsawing him with it can you defeat him. All this while the mask urges you to, and I quote, “Show him why we call it Splatterhouse!”

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