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Archive for March, 2009

Shooter Review

Friday, March 6th, 2009 by Rafael Perez

Title: Shooter: The Official Movie Game
Developer/Publisher: Paramount Pictures / Artificial Life, Inc.
Platform: iPhone and iPod Touch
Release Date: 02/18/2009
Number of Players: 1

Shooter for the iPhone and iPod Touch, based on the 2007 movie staring Mark Wahlberg, places you in the shoes of Bob Lee Swagger as he tries to uncover what happened that day the archbishop was killed, while avoiding capture.


Blood, It Does A Body Good!

Wednesday, March 4th, 2009 by Ryan L. Lopees

While it’s not directly related to gaming news I thought I would share a tidbit with those of you who, like me, like to try to give back to the community when we can. Capcom, in conjunction with the American Red Cross, have a nice little community event planned for Resident Evil 5 on March 13th.

Come Give Resident Evil 5 A Shot and…

Make A Positive Change For the Community on Resident Evil 5 Launch Day


Soapbox Round Up

Wednesday, March 4th, 2009 by Ryan L. Lopees

This week, Adam shares his views on M-Rated games and the wee little people. Personally, I think it’s up to the parents to be involved in their kids lives. Am I the only one who thinks that it seems like everyone and their sister/brother is looking for someone else to blame the problems of today’s kids on other than where that blame should really lie: the parents?

Of course, I think there are “some” types of games that should be off-limits. The problem is that an “M” rating is a pretty general scope. What’s “M” about it? I know, they add some reasons for the M rating on the box but again, it is just to broad of a label to me. Look at the difference between Grand Theft Auto 4 and The Lost and The Damned alone. Same game (and expansion) but you can certainly see that The Lost and The Damned is REALLY not geared for young ones whereas GTA4 itself was a lot more moderate when compared to the DLC.

Either way, if the parents are involved is it really a problem? Or is the issue more that many parents want to toss the controller in the kids hands so they can walk away and do whatever it is they want? Your call.


Your Vin Number Is Up

Wednesday, March 4th, 2009 by Ryan L. Lopees

For those of you with Xbox Live Gold accounts it’s time to go back into the dark. The demo for Chronicles of Riddick: Assault on Dark Athena is out now. For everyone else the demo will be available on the 11th for Silver member of XBL and “soon” for the Playstation Network, which probably means sometime next week.

Either way, you Gold Members and get your Dark on now. Just get online and get that demo!

Tenchu: Shadow Assassins Review

Wednesday, March 4th, 2009 by LJParker

Title: Tenchu: Shadow Assassins
Developer/Publisher: Acquire/Ubisoft
Platforms: Wii
Release Date: 02/03/09
Number of Players: 1

I’ll admit readily that I am a ninja fan. I’m not saying I’m good at ninja games, but I love them for some reason. I think it is the sneaky stealthiness that I love, and the close-combat weapons. Sure, a BMG is great but nothing satisfies like dropping from the rafters and breaking a neck. You know what I mean? Ok, maybe you don’t…but if you really are a ninja game fan, I’m sure you are curious about the Tenchu game from Acquire.


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Tuesday, March 3rd, 2009 by Admin

Onechanbara: Bikini Zombie Slayers Review

Sunday, March 1st, 2009 by Zach Potts

Title: Onechanbara: Bikini Zombie Slayers
Developer/Publisher: Tamsoft/D3 Publisher
Platforms: Wii
Release Date: 02/10/2009
Number of Players: 1-2

Onechanbara: Bikini Zombie Slayers is a sequel in the series that follows the path of a few of its main characters, such as Aya and Saki, as they fight horde after horde of zombies while trying to solve the mystery behind the Baneful Blood.