Archive for March, 2010

  • Initial Thoughts: God of War 3

    Initial Thoughts: God of War 3

    Ahem. I’m just going to jump right into it. This has got to be the manliest game I have ever played. In the first five to ten minutes I felt like I was injecting myself with testosterone. The manliness level is over 9000. You could run around in a tattered leather mini-skirt and short shorts […]

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  • New Ghost Recon: Future Soldier Trailer and Screenshots

    New Ghost Recon: Future Soldier Trailer and Screenshots

    Ubisoft have recently released a live-action trailer of their new upcoming title, Ghost Recon: Future Soldier. It looks amazing, and not so far fetched with technology that could be available to military sooner than we think. Unfortunately, no in game footage yet but you get a very strong sense of the direction this game is […]

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  • Review: Alien Breed Evolution, Episode One

    Review: Alien Breed Evolution, Episode One

    Back in the early 90s there was a game on the Commodore Amiga that always raised my eyebrow. It was Alien Breed and it was on a system I had no access to at the time. I could only look at my buzzing C64 and NES and pray to the game gods for this title […]

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  • Video: The Witcher 2 Assassins of Kings

    Video: The Witcher 2 Assassins of Kings

    Sequel to the multi-award winning The Witcher, comes the official trailer of the next installment of this visually impressive RPG. Click below to check it out, and if you haven’t already be sure to try the first game out. Nightshadow has posted a review previously on the The Witcher.

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  • The Life Of The FPS Genre, and Where Is It Heading?

    The Life Of The FPS Genre, and Where Is It Heading?

    Today we take a trip down memory lane and visit the ghosts of old. We explore where it all started and why this genre in gaming became so successful, and finally where we are heading with First-Person-Shooters in the future. The birth As any avid gamer would know; it all started back in 1992 when […]

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  • Review: Aliens Vs. Predator

    Review: Aliens Vs. Predator

    In 1999 Rebellion developed what became a classic amongst First Person Shooter fans, and this title was known as Aliens versus Predator. Since then we have seen several motion picture releases in similar fashion, bringing the world of Aliens together with Predators. After 10 years, Rebellion are back with Sega, and have released a new […]

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  • Initial Thoughts: Final Fantasy XIII

    Initial Thoughts: Final Fantasy XIII

    Okay, first of all, I will probably make another post and amend some things I’ll be saying in this one at a later date, when I finish this game. The reason why I will make a part two for thoughts on Final Fantasy XIII is because a lot of people are like ‘OH BUT YOU […]

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  • Review: Bioshock 2

    Review: Bioshock 2

    From the moment that I heard that a sequel to Bioshock was in the works I felt that strange mix of apprehension and excitement. Could a sequel to one of the greatest games ever hope to deliver on all the expectations that come with just mentioning the original? And what if it can’t? And so, […]

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  • Ubisoft’s new DRM cracked within a day of release

    Ubisoft’s new DRM cracked within a day of release

    Piracy on the PC platform is a major problem lately and it seems gaming companies are trying everything in their power to prevent piracy – who can blame them. Unfortunately, this comes at a cost for genuine customers. This certainly was the case with Ubisoft’s release of Assassins Creed 2 for the PC. The game […]

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  • Gaming, Raging, and Heroes of Newerth

    Gaming, Raging, and Heroes of Newerth

    Gaming and raging go hand in hand and has been around ever since Pong. Competitiveness only comes natural to us; probably more so for us males than females, but it is not a bad thing. It allows us to challenge ourselves, find our weaknesses, and learn from our mistakes. With the introduction of the Internet, […]

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