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Silent Fear, An Hour with Gone Home

I try my best to avoid spoilers here, but if you haven’t touched Gone Home and plan on doing so, please do not read this.  I am telling you, play/experience it.  No matter what, you will have an opinion and I have heard the gambit of them since listening to other podcasts as of late,

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Calibur11 Announces Mass Effect 3 Vault with Exclusive DLC

Published on February 8, 2012 by in news

Need to protect your console with some N7 armor? Calibur11, maker of The Vault is here for you.  Announced today, they will be launching a limited edition Vault emboldened with the armor of everyone’s favorite spectre, Commander Shepard. Limited to a run of 25 thousand units, and shipped with a Certificate of Authenticity, any Mass

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GelaSkins HardCase Review

Published on January 29, 2012 by in Top Menu

Everyone knows that finding a good case for your iOS device is extremely difficult.  There are thousands and thousands of options available in the market today.  And of course, that case looking unique is something else every user is striving for as well.  This is where Gelaskins new HardCase comes in to save the day. 

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Vermont’s Senator Leahy Responds to my PIPA/SOPA Message

Published on January 23, 2012 by in editorial

This is obviously a canned message.  It still makes me upset that Senator Leahy could be so closed minded.  Even if I was to post this on the site, they could shut us down for me posting this message as someone else’s content.  Yes he does state that it would only target the “worst of

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New Dead Island DLC: Ryder White

Published on January 16, 2012 by in news

Last fall was filled with sequels, but Techland and Deep Silver’s Dead Island was a surprise blockbuster.  With the game on shelves for a while now, and about 3 million copies sold, new single player DLC has been announced. A new character, and also one of the game’s antagonists, Ryder White will be the focus.

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CES 2012: A World of Tomorrow

With Las Vegas turning into a technical mecca next week during the Consumer Electronics Show, myself and Gadgetman will be on our pilgrimage.  This being both our first time at the show, we have no idea what to expect in terms of video games, but tech wise; that is another story.  Think about it, all

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What’s in a Name: Intentional Confusion to Sell a Game

Published on August 18, 2011 by in editorial

Recently we have seen publisher reaching into their backlogs to create “remakes” of older titles.  This trend in gaming is not exclusive interactive entertainment.  We see this all the time in the film industry as well.  But, when a company does try and remake a game, what is the goal?  To get the consumer to

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Five Games to Play While Multitasking

Published on May 20, 2011 by in editorial

Being the type of person that cannot just focus on one thing when I wish to relax, I tend to just flip on Netflix on my PC, iPad or Xbox 360 and play something on my console/PC as well.  That being said, the console is the device that gets muted, so I wanted to share

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Gimme Gimme Moar: The Final Hours of Portal 2

Published on April 28, 2011 by in editorial

It is rare within the games journalism core of content producers that we see much innovation, let alone in long form writing. Geoff Keighley a.k.a Mr. GameTrailers TV has released an excellent piece of journalism that I wish to tell you about. Having been released during the launch week of Portal 2, his application, The

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Burn it, Burn it with Fire: Mock Up Controllers

Published on April 25, 2011 by in editorial

When E3 is right around the corner and a new console is being revealed, we see an increase in “Mock Up” controllers flying through the internet at high rates of speed.  With Nintendo just announcing that their “Wii Successor” will be revealed this year, I have already seen some ridiculous artist renditions of the rumored

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