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Free PlayStation & Xbox Video Games Coming February 2017
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Wednesday, 1st of February 2017 - 10:00 PM ]
Video Games The list of free video games hitting the PlayStation and Xbox systems in February has been released and there are some great video games included in the mix A new month is almost on us here with February and that means new video games that we are going to get for free. Well video games that you will get for free if you are part of the PlayStation Plus or Xbox Gold services. If you are then you may be in for a treat as the list of titles going live starting next month is here and we have it for you. Again we get to expand out titles on the Xbox One and PS4 without needing to make any extra spends at our local stores. Read More...
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Free PlayStation & Xbox Video Games Coming November 2016
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Wednesday, 26th of October 2016 - 05:00 PM ]
Video Games The list of free video games hitting the PlayStation and Xbox systems in November has been released and there are some great video games included in the mix A new month is almost on us here with November and that means new video games that we are going to get for free. Well video games that you will get for free if you are part of the PlayStation Plus or Xbox Gold services. If you are then you may be in for a treat as the list of titles going live starting next month is here and we have it for you. Again we get to expand out titles on the Xbox One and PS4 without needing to make any extra spends at our local stores. Read More...
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Review: DeathSpank
by 345 [ Monday, 19th of July 2010 - 06:46 PM ]
DeathSpank is the latest game to feature Ron Gilbert's involvement, famous for creating The Secret of Monkey Island, among other games. Originally a comic strip character featured in one of Gilbert's Grumpy Gamer series, DeathSpank the game can be summed up as a loot game, similar to Diablo. However, the main difference (and gimmick) here is that the story and characters act as a parody to that genre, and the entire game itself is very much based around its humor. While this definitely adds to the charm and style of the game, it ultimately felt like the ironic clichés were too over-the-top and childish. Playing DeathSpank is relatively simple, and the controls are very similar to most any other dungeon crawler made for consoles in the past. Read More...
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The Week in Nintendo
by Binh Nguyen [ Tuesday, 1st of December 2009 - 05:18 PM ]
After a nice long coma from all the turkey I have eaten, I am back to bring you this week's Nintendo Download. While you are out shopping or in front of your televisions, Nintendo brings you 10 downloadable games to make sure you have one hell of a Christmas, or the start of one hell of a Christmas. First is Chapter 4 in Tales of Monkey Island for Wiiware, along with a few other titles. The DSiWare is serving up some magic with PopCap's popular title Bookworm and EA’s Foto Face: The Face Stealer Strikes. Read More...
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The Secret of Monkey Island: Special Edition Review
by Ben Brody [ Tuesday, 21st of July 2009 - 08:25 PM ]
The Secret of Monkey Island has already come out in 3 editions, the floppy version for the Atari ST, Mac, and PC in 1990, the re-release PC version and Amiga versions in 1991, and the much more widely known CD version in 1992 that featured better audio and a new UI. The most recent fourth version, The Secret of Monkey Island: Special Edition is by far the best. It is available for the PC and 360 and features all new graphics as well as brand new voices recorded by the cast of Curse of Monkey Island (aka Monkey Island 3). The music is also redone and was made by the same composer. Read More...
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