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An overall excellent experience, just play with a friend 0

 Review:   Resident Evil 5 (PS3)  By Shift_andrew   Introduction: The Resident Evil series has come a long way since the Spencer Mansion.   Gone are the fixed camera angles and tank turning controls.   Gone are the poor aiming mechanics and pre-rendered backgrounds.   Resident Evil 4 was a huge step for the series in that it not only modernized the basic ideas of the franchise, but it also established a golden standard for 3 person shooters.   So, how does the latest iteration stand up?   Read...

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Some visual flaws, but an enjoyable experience nonetheless 0

 Review:   InFamous (PS3) By Shift_andrew Introduction: I’ll admit it, the only reason I went out and bought InFamous was because I wanted to get into the Uncharted 2 multiplayer beta.   Well…that and there seems to be nothing else coming out this summer.  But mostly because I wanted to play Uncharted 2.   So, I was going into InFamous with nearly no information on what it was, but I must say I was pleasantly surprised.   Read on to find out why. Presentation: The setting in which the game ta...

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A fun albeit misunderstood game 0

 Review:   Prince of Persia (PS3)  By Shift_andrew Introduction: I don't know if I'm getting old or what, but the idea of "difficulty" in a video game seems to be something that I've developed a large dislike for, though maybe not for the right reasons. Lots of games seem to think the only way to challenge a player is to piss them off to no ends, resulting in screaming and broken controllers. Prince of Persia is not one of those games, but that's not a bad thing. Presentation and Graphics...

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A good game, just not a good GTA game 0

Review:   Grand Theft Auto 4 (PS3) By Shift_andrew  Introduction: I've been a fan of GTA ever since the third game came out on PS2.   The cartoonish violence, ridiculous weapons and humor, open-world exploration, it was something we hadn't seen done in such detail before and it was great.   I think San Andreas really perfected the formula with customization and new goofy elements like a jetpack and flying airplanes/parachuting, etc.   So how does the next-gen GTA continue this tradition?   Well...

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Flawed expectations hurt an otherwise great game 0

Review:   Fallout 3 (PS3) By Shift_andrew   Introduction: So let me state starting out that I was not a Fallout fan prior to Fallout 3. In fact, I have never played Fallout or Fallout 2. The reason I'd like to bring this up is simply to make it clear that I won't be comparing this game to its predecessors and that this review will be written from my completely fresh perspective. Anyway, let's get on with it! Presentation: Fallout 3's presentation is its shining quality. The interface is ke...

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