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Movie Review: Killers (2010)

Movie Review: Killers (2010)

You won’t really know what to expect during the first few minutes of this...

Movie Review: Gone in 60 Seconds (2000)

Movie Review: Gone in 60 Seconds (2000)

Few people have seen the original Gone in 60 Seconds (1974), but if you...

Short Review: The Code (2011)

To start, ‘The Code’ was created for the Splatterfest Weekend of Mayhem in 2011...

Movie Review: The Descendants (2011)

This movie is about life, yes, life.  It’s a brilliant look into things we...

Movie Review: Jack and Jill

Adam Sandler with or without the Happy Madison crew has been in some of my favorite...

Movie Review: Tower Heist (2011)

Stiller plays Josh Kovacs, who for more than a decade has been the Manager of the...

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Shenmue 3 at E3?

Shenmue 3 at E3?

Shemnue 3 at E3? Years have passed since director Yu Suzuki left video game enthusiasts wedged on a cliff-hanger moment that’s teased our desire to see the series through to the very end. The original Shenmue was nothing short of groundbreaking, this is the second highest produced game in history and introduced completely new mechanics that weren’t seen ever before. This Dreamcast exclusive definitely stood out amongst the competition as a shining example of... Read On

Konami Reveals Voice Actor for Snake in Metal Gear Solid V

Konami Reveals Voice Actor for Snake in Metal Gear Solid V

For quite some time the voice of Snake aka Big Boss aka the guy that gets blown up then reassembled with clone body parts was unknown since David Hayter took to his twitter announcing he would NOT be voicing Snake for the first time in…well EVER. So many fans were absolutely baffled. Why the sudden change from Konami? Of course we should have expected some more surprises from Kojima who just loves make us... Read On

Deus Ex: The Fall Announced

Deus Ex: The Fall Announced

  Deus Ex: Human Revolution  was a great game that featured a fully realized future, with stylized neo-noir architecture and great music too boot. Oh and the gameplay was awesome too and allowed player to create their own unique experience and play style. Aside from some terribly designed boss battles and multiple choice ending forced down our throats, overall it was a great game. So naturally many people would want a sequel and be... Read On

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Fallout 4 targeted to be an Xbox One Exclusive?

Fallout 4 has been a pending nuclear weapon waiting to detonate following the groundbreaking...

Gamebreakers Episode 2

Hello fellow gamers and welcome to another episode of Gamebreakers. This week we throw...

The Comic Complex Episode 2

Hello fellow geeks. It’s time for another episode of our comic podcast, The Comic...

Latest Gaming Posts See All »

What You Should Know About Used Games and the Xbox One

The official announcement of the Xbox One was pretty average as far as launches...

Microsoft Unveils Xbox One; First Thoughts

Microsoft recently unveiled their next console- the Xbox One. And as per usual, they...

Xbox One Reveal Highlights

Today, Microsoft unveiled the next-generation Xbox, the Xbox One. What we saw the most...

Ubisoft to stand by Wii U

The Wii U has faced heavy fire from critics and publishers alike. It was...

Sonic Lives On?

Sega’s greatest gift: Sonic. He’s been a household name in gaming for decades, but...

GeoGuessr is an Awesome, Challenging Streetview Game

I’m on a road somewhere. Looking around, I notice a few palm trees in...

Batman Arkham Origins Trailer Released

Last week WB Montreal released a teaser for the Batman Arkham Origins trailer. I don’t...

Wii U to be supported by Cry Engine 3

The Wii U has been heavily pelted with doubt since the hardware was released...

Deadpool Game Coming This June

Next month High Moon Studios & Activision are going unleash a contagious personality onto...

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