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Gears of War 2: Bigger, Badder, More Online Issues 0

Gears of War 2 is, in many ways, a text book follow up to a successful game. It doesn’t stray far from what made the original great, but it does improve on the concept & gameplay in smart, effective ways....

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Another Reason to Hate Vince McMahon 0

WWE Smackdown vs. RAW 2009 is the latest installment in THQ’s annual wrestling extravaganza and, as usual, it is nearly identical to every Smackdown game the came before it. The actual wrestling mechanics have not had any major overhaul in quite sometime, while ‘07 added the analog controls for moves, the last major innovation was in Smackdown: Shut Your Mouth, which added the body damage system. ‘09 attempts to change up the tag team match type by adding the “hot tag” feature, in which a beat...

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Classic Donkey Kong Platformer...Minus the DK Rap 0

Donkey Kong: Jungle Beat was easily one of the best games for Nintendo’s criminally underplayed Gamecube. The game is a basic 2D platformer in the style of the old Donkey Kong Country games, but in this game you control Donkey Kong with a pair of bongos. Tapping on the right bongo moves him to the right, the left one to move to the left, both to jump and clap to make Donkey do a sonic boom clap to subdue enemies. After playing through a level or so, you’ll encounter a boss battle. To fight you...

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The Joker Shoots Raiden in the Face 0

Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe seems to be a great starting off point for both MK and DC. The Mortal Kombat franchise has fallen onto hard times in recent years, mostly due to gameplay ideas that made a ton sense in theory, but ultimately hurt the overall experience. Whereas DC, and comic book-based games in general, have largely done nothing but flounder. Lets get one thing out of the way, the is the best playing MK game in years. It largely plays just like MK II, which is definitely a good thi...

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Prince of Perisa, Now With More Smart-Assery 0

Not so long ago, Ubisoft published a reboot of the Prince of Persia series with Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time. Five years have passed and we’re onto an entirely new console generation, so Ubisoft decided that we needed a new Prince. The latest installment in the franchise is simply titled Prince of Persia, no subtitle this time. You play as an unnamed, smart-ass drifter who, while wandering through the desert looking for his donkey, comes upon a woman in trouble named Elika. Our nameless ...

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