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Review: Dead Space 2

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Attack of the Alien Space Zombies
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Three years after the first game, Dead Space 2 reacquaints you with engineer Isaac Clarke, who has apparently lost his damned mind. Waking up from a drug induced slumber, he finds himself being rescued from his cell in the asylum by a character whose name I never cared to learn as he dies faster than an action movie cop who’s one week from retirement. Players then control Isaac’s straitjacketed ass and flee the asylum as its residents turn into horrible monsters and take chase.

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Duke Nukem Forever Special Edition

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We're approaching the 14th anniversary (I know, right) of the first mention of Duke Nukem Forever back in 1997. Gearbox Software is sticking to their guns as today they have announced that there will be a Balls of Steel edition of the game available for immediate preorder at a video game retailer near you.

Player-2: TF2 - Prop Hunt

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Comic by Chelsea Livingstone, February 6th, 2011.

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Shuffle Time 018: Amnesia

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Comic by Lizzy Dawson. February 5th, 2011.

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Fallout: New Vegas' DLC Dead Money will hit the PS3 and PC Feb 22nd.

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It was announced on the Bethesda blog today that Dead Money, the first DLC for Fallout: New Vegas would finally be released for PCs and PS3s on February 22nd. It was also announced that 3 more add-ons are on the way.

“This morning we’ve announced that Dead Money, the first game add-on for Fallout: New Vegas, is coming to PlayStation 3 (via PSN) and PC (via Steam and Direct2Drive) on Tuesday, February 22nd. Additionally, we will be releasing three additional add-on packs in the coming months. These packs will launch simultaneously on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC.

Flashy Friday: Vol. 3

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The First Flashy Friday of 2011
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This week, I’ll be taking a look at a recent indie hit, a game that launched a thousand YouTube videos, and a classic well-suited for the winter season. All three are great time-killers in their own right.

This week, I’ll be taking a look at a recent indie hit, a game that launched a thousand YouTube videos, and a classic well-suited for the winter season. All three are great time-killers in their own right.

Sarah’s Run: Escape from Capital Evil (December 2010)

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Awkward Zombie: To The Victims Go The Spoileds

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Comic by Katie Tiedrich. January 17th, 2011.

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ESRB Wisely Tells Us Game Titled “Bulletstorm” Not Meant for Children

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In what I can only assume is another ace judgment by the Entertainment Software Ratings Board, the ESRB’s website announced today an M rating for the upcoming Epic Games project, citing intense violence, sexual themes, and the use of alcohol as justifications for the mature rating. Hilariously, the ESRB further embellished on their rating, stating:

Awkward Zombie: Impediment

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Comic by Katie Tiedrich. January 3rd, 2011.

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Review: Bejeweled 3

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Matching Three Remains Addictive
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If you've played games in the 8 years or so, be it on a phone, console or PC, you've probably run across Bejeweled in some form before. The series has derived huge success due to the beautifully simple and yet super-addicting mechanic of swapping adjacent gems to form sets of three or more.

If you've played games in the 8 years or so, be it on a phone, console or PC, you've probably run across Bejeweled in some form before. The series has derived huge success due to the beautifully simple and yet super-addicting mechanic of swapping adjacent gems to form sets of three or more. PopCap didn't risk the core mechanic of the game when it came time to build a sequel, so Bejeweled 2 simply added new modes that worked with the same gameplay in slightly different degrees.

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