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Did We Reach the Maze's End in One Piece?

Posted by Jason Rhoades on May 31, 2013 at 2:00 AM Comments comments (0)

Dragon's Maze (Magic: The Gathering Review) - This review judges the expansion set for it's gameplay, flavor, art, and production.

Wizards roped themselves into an extremely tight corner going into the development of Dragon's Maze. This was the third, and final set of the wonderful revisi...

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No Valkyrie Can Save This Adaptation

Posted by Jason Rhoades on May 29, 2013 at 7:35 PM Comments comments (0)

"Valkyria Chronicles" (Anime Review) - This review is covering the anime adaptation of the video game 'Valkyria Chronicles' and was watched in Subs.  

There are two ways to approach a suitable decision on ...
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The Bat is back in BAC

Posted by Jonathan Terbeche on May 27, 2013 at 5:15 PM Comments comments (0)

Introduced in a debut trailer at the Spike Video Game Awards in December, mere months after the release of the first game, "Batman: Arkham City" quickly rose to the top as one of 2011's most anticipated games. With a unique black and white cover in Game Informer and talks of being able to play as Catwoman, expectations for the game skyrocket...
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'Uncharted 3' Review - Drake's Perfection

Posted by Jason Rhoades on November 26, 2011 at 12:05 AM Comments comments (0)

"Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception" - This review is based on one single player playthrough and a rather thorough exploration of the online offering in both co-op and competitive. It was played on the "hard" difficulty. The review contains very few, if any, spoilers. 

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This game gets me all in a 'Rage!'

Posted by Jonathan Terbeche on October 20, 2011 at 5:10 PM Comments comments (1)

Ever heard of a game called "Wolfenstein?" What about "Quake?" Or what about one of gaming's most prolific and influential series, "Doom?" All of the many games in these franchises were developed by id Software, veterans and pioneers of first-person shooters. So when they announced their new ...

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'Dark Souls' Have Mercy

Posted by Jason Rhoades on October 7, 2011 at 8:05 PM Comments comments (1)

"Dark Souls" - This review is based on my first playthrough which involved a mainly physical build that didn't rely on arrows or magic. There is a new game plus option but did not pursue it at time of writing. The review contains very few, if any, spoilers. 


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A collection of classics: A work of art

Posted by Jason Rhoades on October 5, 2011 at 4:20 AM Comments comments (0)

An entrancing, mystical adventure full of wonderous exploration.

"ICO Collection" - The games were played once each in their entirety.  There is a new game plus option for both but did not do for the review.

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'Deus Ex' est Magnum Ludus

Posted by Jonathan Terbeche on October 3, 2011 at 3:40 PM Comments comments (0)

It's not often that I can say one of my fondest memories of an espionage, first-person shooter, role-playing game was spending half an hour playing basketball, or rather, trying to sink a basketball through a hoop in the middle of downtown Detroit. This is the case, however, with "Deus Ex: Human Revolution."

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Commander Shepard safely arrives on PS3

Posted by Jason Rhoades on September 25, 2011 at 1:10 AM Comments comments (0)

"Mass Effect 2" - The game was played on Normal difficulty and includes the Cerberus pack which has the expansion missions. There is a new game plus option, bu...

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Plants Vs Zombies PSN Review

Posted by Jason Rhoades on September 24, 2011 at 5:10 AM Comments comments (0)

Plants VS Zombies - this game was played 100% Every mini-game and puzzle beaten, every mode explored, and every unlockable purchased.

There are a few PSN games that really shine as bright as full retail PS3 games...

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Once in a while a community member will do something amazing or support the site with a lot of activity.  Those members will be featured here with a little mini-interview! 

Fan Art Showcase

Who's ready to save Ellie from plant zombies? This striking image of Last of Us is drawn by the talented Doubleleaf on DeviantArt

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Gaming Quote of the week

Robert Lutece: "Odd isn't it?"

Rosalind Lutece: "What's odd?" 

Robert Lutece: "The fact that we sometimes-" 

Rosalind Lutece: "-finish each other's sentences?" 

Robert Lutece: "Exactly." 

Rosalind Lutece: "It would be odder if we didn't."

Robert Lutece: "Hmm."

Robert and Rosalind Lutece from Bioshock Infinite. The significance of their words is deliciously crpytic.  This video has all their dialogue with spoilers.  HERE

Song of the Month

End Boss Theme (Guacamelee) - Rom Di Prisco

We're taking a break from the epic orchestral pieces with this song that sizzles with samba spice.  Guacamelee had an amazing soundtrack that blended rhythmic spanish music with melodic techno to great effect.  The whole soundtrack deserves a listen.   

Cosplay Display

This amazing armor cosplay is made entirely of Magic cards.  He's themed off of one of Avacyn's soldiers and even has the mana symbols crafted into his armor and weapon. This was at Megacon 2013 in Orlando Florida