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28 Days Later...

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The PSN Store is almost up. Should you trust it?
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Twenty-eight days after the PlayStation Network went down Sony began restoring it piece by piece across the globe, leaving restored regions only missing the PlayStation Store.

Twenty-eight days after the PlayStation Network went down Sony began restoring it piece by piece across the globe, leaving restored regions only missing the PlayStation Store.

What Happened, And How Does It Affect Me?

For anyone who hasn’t been following the situation: the PSN was hacked last month, compromising all 77 million members’ personal information.

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Player-2: PSN Hacking

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Comic by Chelsea Livingstone, May 16th, 2011.

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Review: The 3rd Birthday

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There's No Escape From New York
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On Christmas Eve 2013, Manhattan is devastated by an attack by the Twisted: deformed and dangerous monsters that emerge and gather around giant tree trunk-like nests called Babels. Some pedestrians scream and run, while others stay behind to record the events. Christmas has come early, and everyone is getting coal.

On Christmas Eve 2013, Manhattan is devastated by an attack by the Twisted: deformed and dangerous monsters that emerge and gather around giant tree trunk-like nests called Babels. Some pedestrians scream and run, while others stay behind to record the events. Christmas has come early, and everyone is getting coal.

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Impressions of Dissidia Duodecim Prologus

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Despite its enormous name, PSP's Dissidia Final Fantasy Duodecim 012 Prologus is quite short, but it contains enough content to keep any Final Fantasy fan happy until they're ready to buy the main game.

Review: Jikandia

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Sometimes Time is the True Enemy
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Half-Minute Hero veteran Opus Studios has returned to time-based adventure gaming with Jikandia: The Timeless Land, tasking the player to save a world unfamiliar with time from time itself.

Half-Minute Hero veteran Opus Studios has returned to time-based adventure gaming with Jikandia: The Timeless Land, tasking the player to save a world unfamiliar with time from time itself.

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3DS vs. NGP

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Will Nintendo's Head Start Win Them Fan Majority?
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The PSP’s successor, currently codenamed the Next Generation Portable (NGP), is already on its way to repeat history as the Nintendo 3DS is slated for a March 27th North American release—way ahead of the NGP’s expected 2011 holiday season debut.

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The 3rd Birthday English Trailer

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Review: Dragon Ball Z: Tenkaichi Tag Team

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It Could Have Been Worse
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Now don’t get me wrong, Tenkaichi Tag Team isn’t actually bad. It’s actually rather decent, with enough content to burn away many an hour while stuck on the subway. Players can choose from a list of 70 playable characters from the series. While this is actually less than half the number of playable characters available in the last Budokai Tenkaichi game (162), it’s still more than enough to keep the game from getting too repetitive. The obligatory “Dragon Walker” story mode roughly follows the plot of the anime from the start through the Majin Buu Saga. (If you have no idea what I’m talking about, please cherish your ignorance.) The game also includes a battle mode which allows players to battle computer-controlled enemy teams of your choosing, a challenge mode where players can fight increasingly tougher enemies, and a multiplayer mode where you and up to 3 other players can fight one another.

It’s generally known that, as far as anime is concerned, we Americans are so far behind the Japanese in terms of release dates that all we can see of them are a bunch of red asses. (That’s an astrophysics joke for you to enjoy.) The anime series Dragon Ball Z ran in Japan from 1989 until early 1996, but we didn’t start seeing it over here in the States until near the end of 1996.

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Sony Brings It With NGP, Nintendo Claims It's Already Been Broughten with 3DS

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Only a month into the new year and 2011 already is shaping up to be a pretty exciting time for video games. With the end of the current generation of consoles still a few years away, the handheld market is quickly developing into a crowded field of challengers. 2010 saw a radically altered state to handheld gaming; the proliferation of smartphones and release of the iPad found gamers playing games on all-new consoles, while the previous handheld champion, the Nintendo DS, saw hardware and software sales decline.

CM4: Stuff Stockings… with Style

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A Look at Some Stylish Gaming Accessories
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One way or another, those of us gamers who want to show off a touch of class often struggle to find it in today’s gaming culture.

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