What We’ve Been Playing

Sherrie The biggest change recently in my gaming lineup has been the removal of Super Mario 3D World for the Wii U from it, because Aaron and I finally beat it! We cleared all eight worlds with full green stars and stamps (except for missing a star here and there …

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What We’ve Been Playing

Sherrie I haven’t had a lot of time to devote to gaming this week, sadly. I  have yet to pick Assassin’s Creed 4 back up after putting it on the back-burner last week, although I’m hoping I’ll have time next week. Rune Factory 4 is still progressing, and I found …

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The Games of November

Well folks the glut of releases is almost finished, but not before we get to the best new release of all…New Consoles! Even if you won’t get getting a PS4 or Xbox One, never fear, there are still a lot of great releases in November for you as well.   …

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TGS13: Sega

Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA F 2nd (PS3/Vita) Although Sega just got around to finally releasing the first Project DIVA F game as a downloadable title on the PSN in the States, here in Japan Hatsune Miku games have been going strong for a while, and next year will bring us …

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The Creator of Devil May Cry & Okami Thinks You Should Ignore Review “Scores”

Everyone involved in the game industry, from consumers to creators, tends to get hung-up on the scores games are given by publications such as IGN, Game Informer, or Metacritic. Unfortunately, these arbitrarily assigned numerical values have no set criteria; they can, and do, vary wildly from person to person and …

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The Games of August

After a few months of slim pickings, the flood gates have opened, and my what a flood! August will see the release of Tales of Xillia, Dragon’s Crown, Pikmin 3, Splinter Cell Blacklist, Saints Row 4, New Luigi U, Final Fantasy 14, and Madden 2014 to name just a few. We …

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Fitness Video Games Put Under the Microscope

If you’re looking to up your fitness regime for the summer but hate going to the gym, then video games might be the answer you’re looking for. Consumer Reports recently assessed five games advertised as a fun way to get fit: Nike Plus Kinect Training, Your Shape Fitness Evolved 2013, …

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The Games of June

While the next battle in the console wars has just begun, there are still some absolutely great games coming out in the month of June for the current generation of systems. I will be picking something up each week, how about you?   Week of 6/2 Skyrim Legendary Edition (ps3/360/PC): …

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Hardware Review: Afterglow Universal Headset

I recently picked up a wireless Afterglow Universal Headset by PDP for around $100 to try out, and if you’re looking for a fully universal headset, this is the one. (If you aren’t too concerned about distance, you can also get the wired Universal Afterglows for around $60.) It supports Xbox …

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