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reviewed Microsoft Xbox 360. July 28, 2009
Xbox 360
The XBOX 360, is another console within this gaming generation that's turning heads.  It so far trails in second place to Wii but manages to do better than the PS3.  The system launched in 2005... …
reviewed Super Mario Bros. [Wii]. October 21, 2009
Almost everyone knows what Super Mario Bros is.  I feel like a fool just writing about it, but I couldn't resist writing about it.  Super Mario Bros is the game which single-handedly saved gaming. …
reviewed Tales of Symphonia [GameCube]. April 25, 2010
The Gamecube dropped down at the end of 2001.  It didn't exactly start off as a big hit.  It didn't even end as a big hit, for that matter.  When it first dropped, however, there were several …
reviewed Final Fantasy Tactics. September 08, 2009
Final Fantasy Tactics
Final Fantasy Tactics first dropped down in January of 1998.  Shortly after the huge success of Final Fantasy VII on the original Playstation.  It seemed as though Final Fantasy Tactics would …
reviewed Sony PlayStation 2. December 08, 2009
PlayStation 2 Console
The original Playstation debuted in 1995 and ushered in a whole new era for gaming.  In the first place there was this idea of going to a disc based format instead of cartridges.  Sony didn't …
reviewed Super Nintendo Entertainment System. August 28, 2009
Super Nintendo NES System - Video Game Console
There's something about old school gaming that has always immersed me.  I play a lot of video games.  Sean Rhodes is a huge gamer.  I have a number of systems under my belt.  …
reviewed ESRB. January 13, 2010
When video games became popular again because of the original Nintendo back in 1985, we saw video games as a medium that would stick around forever.  Much like comic books, rock music etc., it was …
reviewed Castlevania: Circle of the Moon. October 29, 2010
Castlevania: Circle of the Moon
In 2001 Nintendo released The Gameboy Advance. It was the first step forward for Nintendo in the handheld after having years of that same old clunky gameboy (and the Gameboy Pocket and Gameboy Color). …
reviewed Team Fortress 2. January 26, 2011
posted in GayGamer
Team Fortress 2
   Team Fortress 2 has been out for awhile.  I have been playing it fairly consistently since it's release.  It is a quality team based shooting game.  However, over the years, …
reviewed You Don't Know Jack Volume 4: The Rid.... February 28, 2011
The You Don't Know Jack series up at this games point had played it pretty straight with it's snarky sense of humor and clever way of putting questions together using topics like Oedipus and …
reviewed WWE All-Stars. March 31, 2011
WWE All-Stars
The Smackdown wrestling games started pretty good but would often change the controls from game to game making you re-learn the simple game mechanics or over complicate the game with stupid timing puzzles …
reviewed Gary Grigsby's War In The East. April 20, 2011
posted in Siliconera Bounce
Gary Grigsby's War In The East
What do you know of Operation Barbarossa.....the German invasion of the Soviet Union in 1941? Were you aware of the time hardcore gamers pushed small cardboard squares across a paper map and prayed their …
reviewed Star Fox 64. May 15, 2011
Star Fox 64
The Nintendo 64 launched with Super Mario 64 by it's side, but for the longest time it seemed like that was the only game worth getting on the system.  Until 1997 where, early on, we were all …
reviewed Star Fox 64. May 18, 2011
Star Fox 64
I thought I knew a comprehensive list of the big-name video games involving Shigeru Miyamoto. But it wasn't until recently that I learned he was the driving creative force behind Star Fox 64. Learn a …
reviewed Dead or Alive Dimensions. May 27, 2011
posted in Siliconera Bounce
Dead or Alive Dimensions
I already wrote a Quick Tip for this game, but after 5 hours, let me change my score a bit. After all, there are some thing that just need to be said, in both good and bad. Probably more bad than good, …
reviewed Atari Flashback 2. June 06, 2011
Atari Flashback 2
Fifteen years ago, just prior to the celebrated release of QUAKE, an interviewer asked John Romero to explain id Software's success in the broadest terms. The once-great game designer explained that …
reviewed Duke Nukem Forever. June 17, 2011
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 …
reviewed Ninja Gaiden 2. June 27, 2011
posted in Siliconera Bounce
Ninja Gaiden 2
I may be alone in saying this... but if I had to nominate a game for "most underrated sequel ever", that prize would probably go to Ninja Gaiden 2.      Still a combat game …
reviewed Mortal Kombat (2011). July 14, 2011
Mortal Kombat (2011)
Street Fighter wasn't the first fighting game series that was popular in the 90's as Mortal Kombat took enough of it's pie away and over time both games had they're own hits and misses.  …
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 …
reviewed LA Noire. August 15, 2011
LA Noire
Okay not really but a corrupt LAPD isn't anything new, so why play a game that has this as a plot point, because LA Noire is one of the most atmospheric games out there.      …
reviewed Doom (SNES). September 03, 2011
Doom (SNES)
Growing up without a PC in the mid ninties sucked.  No internet as it was coming into fruition and almost as bad, no great PC games to play.  No Wing Commander II and worse no Doom which was …
reviewed Faxanadu (NES). September 08, 2011
Faxanadu (NES)
Was there a better video game system for platforming then the NES back in the day?  When games were games and you could be taken to those faraway lands and battle evil?  Sure the sounds weren't …
reviewed Blazblue: Calamity Trigger. September 21, 2011
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 …
reviewed BlazBlue: Continuum Shift. September 22, 2011
BlazBlue: Continuum Shift
There is one thing the fighter suffers from by not having the Arcade as a staple anymore.  That's the fact that when developers create new updates and such to the game they can't just send …
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