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Monthly Archive for January, 2012

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OP-ED: Online Passes Aren’t the Unfair Evil They’re Made Out to Be

Are publishers being that unreasonable by expecting to make some money from used game sales?

OP-ED: Online Passes Aren’t the Unfair Evil They’re Made Out to Be

Why Portal 2 is the Greatest Puzzle Game Ever

Pixels or Death’s Henry McMunn takes a look at how Portal 2 went and one-upped the entire puzzle game genre.

“As GLaDOS said her final words to Chell and conceded defeat to a measly human, sending her on her way to the surface as the turrets sang a haunting farewell, I experienced feelings that games rarely convey: pity, regret, and strangest of all, a longing to return to the hellhole which I had spent two games escaping, the devil I knew. And as I looked up at the clear blue sky and gorgeous field before me, I looked back on Portal 2 and realised, this was a puzzle game.”

Why Portal 2 is the Greatest Puzzle Game Ever

Grand Slam Tennis 2 screenshots

Feel the true excitement and emotion of championship tennis with EA SPORTS Grand SlamĀ®Tennis 2. For the first time in HD and on the next generation platforms, experience the thrill of winning at Wimbledon and capturing all four Grand SlamĀ® tournaments.

Grand Slam Tennis 2 screenshots

Preview: Syndicate ( 7GAMEX)

Syndicate The franchise is already an old acquaintance of the veteran players. His debut was in the 1990s, with titles that mixed strategy and science fiction. Now, Electronic Arts decided to revive the franchise after more than 10 years without a title being released. The result is only a game called Syndicate, but that is quite unlike anything fans have seen the franchise.

Preview: Syndicate ( 7GAMEX)

GamerXChange’s Games of the Year 2011

GamerXChange: “2011 was one of the busiest years in gaming history. From January to December, huge titles were being dropped in retail stores and as downloadable releases. With so many games, and a lot of them great, its hard to pick just ONE as our game of the year. So we here at GamerXChange are mixing things up a bit.

While most sites will give you just one game as their overall pick for Game of the Year, we know that everyone has different tastes and different opinions. With that said, were not giving you just one game of the year, but several Games of the Year! After all, its not like we are actually giving out awards. A few of the authors here on GXC have come together to tell you their personal favorites, some were the same, others on the other side of the playing field of genres. 2011 was an exceptional year with many GOTY contenders, heres what we thought!”

GamerXChange’s Games of the Year 2011

SoulCalibur guest characters: A retrospective

A look back at a weird parade of “What the hell? Why?” that Namco has created.

SoulCalibur guest characters: A retrospective

Hybrid, new screenshots

5th Cell released new screenshots of Hybrid.

Hybrid, new screenshots

Paradox Interactive releases sixth live action trailer for Crusader Kings 2: Sloth

Paradox Interactive shows us what a King’s weekend is like in the sixth “Seven Deadly Sins”-themed live action trailer for Crusader Kings 2.

Paradox Interactive releases sixth live action trailer for Crusader Kings 2: Sloth

Sakura Samurai: Art of the Sword Review

Sakura Samurai: Art of the Sword took me by surprise. The newest downloadable title set to hit the 3DS eShop on February 2, this unassuming action adventure takes players on a trip through ancient Japan. You’re put in the wooden shoes of a young samurai tasked with saving Princess Cherry Blossom, th…



Sakura Samurai: Art of the Sword Review

Super Mario 3D Land DLC Makes A Lot Of Sense

Chris Buffa (Modojo): Gamers tired of Super Mario 3D Land (if in fact these people exist) may want to hold on to their copies. There’s a chance Nintendo may release downloadable levels in the months ahead.

Super Mario 3D Land DLC Makes A Lot Of Sense