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posted a Quick Tip about Dual Shock 3 Controller for the PlayS.... February 28
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Sony Dual Shock 3 Sixaxis
Ya know Lunchers I'm going to share something with you, I wasn't always a Nintendo gamer; in fact my first console ever.....................was actually a Sega Genesis. After the Sega came PS1, it was a great little console that thing, I had a good library of games and everything was good. Then i made he transition to Nintendo and I have been there ever since.      What …
posted a Quick Tip about God of War. January 15
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God of War
I never was a huge fan of the first GOD OF WAR. Sure it was big, loud and gorgeous to look at, but so were ONIMUSHA and DEVIL MAY CRY. And even for the time, the visuals were still not that impressive to say, NINJA GAIDEN for the Xbox or RESIDENT EVIL 4 for the Gamecube. From a gameplay perspective, Kratos lacks the versatility of Dante and his dual pistols. The game tries to make up for it by relying …
posted a Quick Tip about Ninja Gaiden Sigma. November 22, 2013
posted in The Gaming Hub
You know a game's a classic if it's almost 10 years old and still manages to do more things right than many other contemporary titles out there. The graphics, though dated, still haven't lost the incredibly lush quality they had back on the original Xbox. The gameplay is ferocious; ridiculously fast paced, intense and full of depth. It cuts to the bone in ways that GOD OF WAR and its multitude …
reviewed Dante's Inferno. November 19, 2013
posted in The Gaming Hub
Dante's Inferno
This pumped up "reimagining" of one of the world's best known literary works sees Italian poet Dante Dante Alighieri remade as a hardened, scythe wielding crusader descending into the depths of hell to rescue his wife Beatrice, who has been transformed from divine savior into a more typical damsel in distress. Literary purists will scream "Blasphemy!"; video game fans will chuckle. If you think about …
reviewed Bioshock 2. September 22, 2013
posted in The Gaming Hub
Bioshock 2
Thanks for the heads up on Bioshock. Keep this video in mind when you go shopping for the kids.
posted a Quick Tip about Crash Bandicoot 3: WARPED. December 07, 2012
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Crash Bandicoot: WARPED
While I admit nostalgia may colour my perception of this game, to me this is one of the best platformers ever released, while nowadays it might be a bit easy for some gamers, the music, the artstyle, the 'wacky' level design, it all came together to form one amazing experience. Platformer fans owe themselves to try this game, or any of the previous titles. A shame the franchise went downhill …
reviewed Tomb Raider. November 27, 2012
posted in The Gaming Hub
Tomb Raider
Overview      In this groundbreaking 1996 title you play as adventurer Lara Croft who is on the hunt for an ancient artifact called the Scion, which requires her to travel across the globe for it's pieces. but she will have to face off against deadly creatures and traps alike to acquire them.     Story Introduction and Premise      The game …
reviewed Sony PlayStation. November 26, 2012
Ah...the Sony PlayStation! One of the few things my dad actually did for me was introduce me to this console growing up. I have been playing video games since I could ever walk and talk. I have always been a Nintendo kid before, my first console was a NES. Atari was before my time so the only Atari I knew was at the arcade. After a while I got my SNES. When it was time for the N64 to come out, I already …
reviewed Assassin's Creed III. November 08, 2012
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Assassin's Creed III
21-12-12. Merely weeks until the end of the Earth. The only soul that could possibly bring salvation is assassin Desmond Miles. This game. Just by the title screen and menus, you know this is going to be a epic conclusion. This game blows my mind in every way possible....almost. Now don't let my "almost" fool you, this game is FANTASTIC! I will get to my only complaint later.    …
reviewed Duke Nukem Forever. July 28, 2012
posted in Siliconera Bounce
Duke Nukem Forever
Reading a lot of these negative reviews has made me pretty irritated, to say the least. The way people have been trashing this game is almost like they just played Big Rigs: Over the Road Racing (considered by many to be possibly the worst videogame ever). True, there are some things missing from Duke Nukem 3D that should have been in Duke Nukem Forever, but it still has a lot of good things as well, …
posted a Quick Tip about Killzone 3. January 14, 2012
posted in Siliconera Bounce
Killzone 3
Personally, I think this is the best game in the Killzone series thus far.  Unlike Killzone 2, you have three weapon slots as opposed to two, so you can easily dish out more pain against the Helghast.  The graphics are top-notch and the "Brutal Melee" system is a blast.  If you can disorient the Helghast after shooting them, you can kill them off in such savage ways like …
posted a Quick Tip about Disgaea 4. January 01, 2012
posted in Siliconera Bounce
Disgaea 4
Much like any Disgaea game, the best Grinding spot in Disgaea 4 is the last the final Cave of ordeals stage. (Dual Giant magichange can have you leveling 5 characters at once here.)
reviewed Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception. November 17, 2011
posted in The Gaming Hub
Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception
Uncharted 2 ended up being a smash hit. Perhaps one of the best video games sequels ever produced. It was better than the first game in almost every conceivable way. It's hard to imagine any follow up to Uncharted 2 being half as good but rest assured, Uncharted 3 is just as good as it's predecessor. If you played the first two games and enjoyed them then you simply have to play Uncharted …
reviewed Blazblue: Calamity Trigger. September 21, 2011
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Blazblue: Calamity Trigger
2008 was definitely the year of the fighter.  With games such as Super Smash Bros. Brawl, Street Fighter IV and Soul Calibur IV (among others) hitting the shelves it was going to be a great year for fighting fans.  At one point during the time, however, a small game called BlazBlue came around.  For the most part it was familiar to how the fighting genre used to be, while also having …
reviewed Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worl.... August 10, 2011
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Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds: Special
For some people, Marvel vs. Capcom 2 is perhaps the greatest arcade fighter ever made.  It had such a strong following that finding a used copy of the game would easily run you around seventy bucks.  And for eleven years fans clamored and demanded a Marvel vs. Capcom 3... something that for the longest time didn't seem like it would happen.  In February of 2011 the impossible became …
reviewed PS3 CFW. July 16, 2011
PS3 CFW
   Since mid last year when the PS Jailbreak devices were released and the unwashed millions suddenly had access to game back up's from Sony's 'unhackable' console there has been a cat and mouse game afoot.      But here we are now a full twelve months later having been on a roller coaster journey from an expensive hardware dongle to an easily downloadable …
reviewed Sony Playstation 3. July 15, 2011
posted in Siliconera Bounce
Playstation 3
  When it comes to Sony's latest gaming console, I've had a really funny history with it. At the time the PlayStation 3 was released (November of 2006), I just got an Xbox 360 and whenever I saw commercials for the PS3, I would laugh and say “Whose gonna spend $600 on that?!!” As the months went by, I noticed many gamers weren't satisfied with the PS3, and in sales, …
reviewed Mortal Kombat 3. June 28, 2011
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Mortal Kombat 3
When you last left the Baron in "Mortal Kombat reviews": Get over here! Come here! Gotta call the cops! You will die! Is that your best? WWWWAAAAAHHHHH!!!! AAAAARRRRGGGHHHHH!!!!! (various hitting sounds) FATALITY!!!     Right. What a shame most of those sounds were never heard in the Genesis versions of the first two Mortal Kombat games. But fans take heed! The people at Midway …
reviewed Mortal Kombat II. June 27, 2011
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Mortal Kombat II
After the massive, shocking bloodletting seen in the original Mortal Kombat, programmers Ed Boon and John Tobias probably wondered how they would ever top themselves. Eventually they figured out a way, but it was essentially the same way everyone else does sequels: Add more characters, moves, backgrounds, blood and make the graphics even prettier. All the jazz that doesn't matter. Mortal Kombat 2 …
reviewed Duke Nukem Forever. June 17, 2011
posted in The Gaming Hub
Duke Nukem Forever
In the 90's the FPS genre was taking over and clones of Doom were churning out endlessly and that still holds true today.  Many of those FPS games then and no are cookie cutter cutouts of one another.  Duke Nukem however back then stood out in a few ways:  Puzzle solving to reach your goals, a fun sense of humor and it's game play was good, or at least different enough that …
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