Video games tend to evolve and grow with time, while this means bigger budgets and ultimately better games, it also means that creativity and unique titles don’t get a chance to shine much, unless they are lower budget titles. Most game companies are too large, and games are too expensive to risk anything that isn’t proven. So it came as a surprise that Activision allowed Raven Software to create a FPS that wasn’t Call of Duty: 5 Modern Warfare 3, World War 2: The second day from the eyes of a post man working in France (Special Edition) Remake. As much as I would love to play the role of a postman during WW2, I’m glad they took a chance on a new IP and gave us Singularity, available for the PS3, PC and Xbox 360.


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I remember when the game Bully came out, everyone was outraged that it was a GTA style game with kids, instead of guns you had sling shots, instead of grenades you had fire crackers and instead of fighting mobsters for turf, you had to survive jocks in gym class. It was a fun game that gave us a Read More


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Ubisoft let San Francisco Wondercon visitors demo their new Nintendo Wii game, Just dance! Players hold the Wii remote while following the dance moves they see on screen. It can be a little tricky to get the hang of at times due to the motion sensor so I present you with this Furry to help Read More


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Yeah, I’m starting out with a call out to Chocolate Rain. It makes about as much sense as this title does. Which makes sense because it was penned by the same guy who made Omikron: The Nomad Soul and Fahrenheit, two of the stranger action/adventure games to make it onto console systems. The Read More


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The best kind of games are the ones where you find yourself saying, one more level, one more turn, one more quest, one more hour and before you know it, you look at the clock with bloodshot eyes and see that its 5 in the morning and you should get ready for work. Borderlands (available now for Read More


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Awhile back they made a game out of the hard boiled two fisted John Wu hero named Detective Tequila, who when diving into fruit carts or sliding down ramps could enter Tequila time where for some strange reason and completely opposite of all my previous “Tequila times” he would move faster Read More


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The Beatles Rock Band is now available for the Xbox 360 and Labor Day weekend we got the chance to review it early, thanks to the fine people at Reverb Games. So we started to research the Beatles and get information on their history and learn all about them to make an in-depth article that would Read More


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Brian interviews Tim Schafer, creator of the new heavey metal themed game "Brutal Legend" staring Jack Black. Tim Schafer is also behind other great games including Monkey Island and Grim Fandango. Currently he's running Double Fine, his own game company.


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