L.A. Noire Coming to PC This Fall

Though there was a time when L.A. Noire was exclusively announced for the PlayStation 3, it eventually came out on the Xbox 360 as well. Now, Rockstar Games officially confirmed that the open-world noir-style game will have a PC release in both boxed and digital formats. Still, Rockstar hasn’t said…

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Everyday Shooter Review

Everyday Shooter is a creative and challenging game that’s both refreshingly unique and fun to play. The success of Geometry Wars revitalized the dual-stick shooter genre and allowed the release of similar creative games. Everyday Shooter is the innovative creation of a single developer called Jonathan Mak, who programmed and…

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Street Fighter Movie Review

Although quite entertaining at times, Street Fighter is one of the worst films based on a video game. Street Fighter II was probably the most popular arcade game that has ever existed. In fact, the original version of the game sold more than 60,000 cabinets, making it the best-selling arcade…

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Doom Movie Review

Doom is an uninspired film that has no redeeming qualities whatsoever. The original Doom was one of the most controversial video games ever created as it used satanic imagery and had high levels of violence and gore.  But when it was first released, the game was also one of the…

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Red Box Offers Video Game Rentals for $2

As most people know, Red Box is an American company that specializes in the rental of DVDs via vending machines. The company has been steadily growing for the past years and kiosks may be found on many fast food restaurants, pharmacies, convenience stores and even university campuses. Last week Red…

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Pokémon: The First Movie Movie Review

Although slightly intriguing at first, “Mewtwo: Strikes Back” quickly becomes incongruous and extremely tedious. Pokémon (contraction that means Pocket Monsters) is one of the most successful media franchises in existence. It’s owned by video game developer Nintendo and it was created in 1996, it quickly became the second most profitable…

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Amplitude Review

Amplitude demonstrated that the niche rhythm genre has massive appeal, and that’s an achievement in itself. Amplitude is the direct sequel to one of the best games in the music genre: Frequency. This follow-up has all the features one could expect, like improved graphics, a better online multiplayer mode, a…

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E3 2011: Day 2 Nintendo Press Conference

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Nintendo’s press conference was inarguably the best one this year. After all, they were the ones presenting a new console and many 3DS titles. At the beginning of the presentation there was an orchestra playing Zelda music to commemorate its 25th anniversary. Here’s the full list of games in chronological…

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E3 2011: Day 1 Sony Press Conference

Finally, the last of Monday’s press conferences is here and it happens to be one of the greatest ones. Sony discussed the future of the PlayStation 3 and additional details about the PlayStation Vita (I guess the rumors about the name were right after all) were provided. As usual here’s…

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E3 2011: Day 1 Ubisoft Press Conference

This was the third press conference of Day 1 and there are dozens of new announcements. Ubisoft Entertainment has celebrated 25 years in the gaming industry and the company is introducing a staggering number of new titles. Here’s the full list of games: Rayman Origins:  the demo was presented and…

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E3 2011: Day 1 Electronic Arts Press Conference

Here there are some details about Electronic Art’s press conference along with the complete list of announced games. Something that kept coming up during the conference was “Origin”, EA’s new steam-like service. Origin will be used as the company’s main digital distribution service. Also, there are many rumors about the…

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