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Left 4 Dead 2 Review

 

 Everyone has memories of multiplayer mayhem to share, maybe about the magical bullet that only just whizzed by as they scored the final blow, or of that impossible streak of 50 kills that ended with each player to a man celebrating the accomplishment. While moments like these are fairly common in modern day . . . → Read More: Left 4 Dead 2 Review

Editorial: Interactive Discomfort in Modern Warfare 2

WARNING: Spoilers for the“No Russian” mission of Modern Warfare 2

 

 

It’s been a week since Modern Warfare 2 dropped into stores like a tomahawk crashing through a plate glass window, forcing thousands of overexcited gamers to skip school, call out sick from work, and cancel long-standing plans all because they couldn’t pull . . . → Read More: Editorial: Interactive Discomfort in Modern Warfare 2

Editorial: Drake’s Banter Shines in a Sea of Robotic Dialogue

As I played through Nathan Drake’s latest adventure – which I really liked, by the way – I felt like it was a breath of fresh air in many ways. Sure, the superb platforming and breath-pilfering combat put Lara Croft and Marcus Phoenix to shame, but it wasn’t just the mechanics or visuals that left . . . → Read More: Editorial: Drake’s Banter Shines in a Sea of Robotic Dialogue

Wolfenstein Video Game Review

I assume that most of you haven’t been paying attention, so here’s all that you’ll need to know about the Wolfenstein series: You play William “B.J.” Blaskowitz. Yes, that’s his real name. B.J.’s World War II accolades include invading Hitler’s castle, killing his dogs, eating his dogs’ food, stealing countless valuable treasures and artifacts for . . . → Read More: Wolfenstein Video Game Review

Silent Hill: Shattered Memories Hands-On Preview

There has always been a problem with Silent Hill. No, it’s not the underground cult that has lead the citizens of this accursed town to their unholy deaths. It also had nothing to do with the troubled souls that seem to constantly wander through the place looking to find/resurrect/avenge their significant others. . . . → Read More: Silent Hill: Shattered Memories Hands-On Preview

Editorial: A World Beyond the Unreal

See that above? Beautiful, isn’t it? It might be hard to believe, but that screenshot was taken from a video game that’s almost a decade old. Despite a distinct lack of visual grit, an overabundance of brown, and lack of main characters built out of solid testosterone, Jet Set Radio and its sequel created . . . → Read More: Editorial: A World Beyond the Unreal

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