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    Power Gig: Rise of the Six String Review

    I’m all for developers trying to revitalize the music genre. I think we’ve all moved past the point of wanting to play the standard five-colored button guitar games. Harmonix is making strides with Rock Band 3 and the upcoming Fender Mustang, but Seven45 Studios beat them to the punch with Power Gig:...

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    Battlefield: Bad Company 2 Ultimate Edition Review

    It’s only been a couple of months and 2010 is already shaping up to be one of the best ever for gamers. If your wallet hasn’t already been emptied, Electronic Arts and development studio DICE have tossed yet another videogame on the pile that can’t be missed. Battlefield: Bad Company 2 ups...

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    Start The Party! Review

    With its added exclamation mark, you’d expect Start The Party! to spontaneously generate a shindig whenever you fire up the PS3, but in reality Start The Party! would be more likely to generate a scrap with your guests if you ever put it on at a get-together. That’s not to say that...

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    Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days Review

    Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days is releasing in a somewhat unenviable position. After controversy surrounding the last game and a generally lukewarm response from critics, some were surprised that a second game was greenlit so quickly. It’s good then that Dog Days makes such a strong first impression, with its handheld...

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    Top Gun Review

    You would need to be at least 24 years old to have even been alive when Top Gun released in theaters. Sure, that isn’t that old — at least, that’s what I tell myself — but it does point out how, well, arbitrary a new game using the license feels 24 years...

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    Earthworm Jim HD Review

    When Earthworm Jim first came out, I was about ten years old. Playing the game for the first time, I remember being incredibly unsettled by the oddness of the characters and the disjointed situations that star hero Jim wound up in. Looking back, I assumed my young age was the reason for...

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    Disney Sing It: Family Hits Review

    If there are two things I like way more than I should it’s Disney and karaoke videogames. Unfortunately, my love for Disney doesn’t extend to their cable network, so my enjoyment of the last three Disney Sing It games has been limited — I mean, there’s only so much Hannah Montana a...

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    Green Day: Rock Band Review

    Reviewing Green Day: Rock Band almost seems silly. People kept asking me how the game was and all I could think to say was “It’s Green Day: Rock Band.” That is literally the best description and review of this title. If all of those words together appeal to you, this is your...

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