The Most Under-Appreciated Games of Last Generation PART 2

A few weeks ago we shared with you a list of some of the most under-appreciated, but totally worth your time games of the previous generation. Well, it’s time for Part Two! Enslaved – Odyssey to the West (PS3/360): Enslaved is a great 3rd person, action-platformer with a phenominal post-apocolytpic,…

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The Most Under-Appreciated Games of Last Generation PART 1

Now that we are firmly into the latest console generation, it’s time to take a look back at some of the most under-appreciated, but totally worth your time games of the previous generation. Deadly Premonition (PS3/360): In what can only be described as the closest we will ever come to…

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Level Up’s Holiday Shopping Guide

With Thanksgiving only a few days away, this year’s holiday shopping season is about to kick-off. So, we’ve put together this handy little holiday buying guide for the gamer in your life (even if you’re just buying it for yourself…it’s ok, we won’t tell anyone). You’ll find recommendations on everything…

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The Games of October

 It is only October and the Holiday Season glut of releases is upon us, wallets beware! Week of 10/1 Super Smash Bros (3DS): Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS is the first portable entry in the renowned series, in which game worlds collide. Up to four players battle each other…

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TGS13: Namco Bandai

Tales of Symphonia Chronicles (PS3) Tales of Symphonia was one of the best games in the very long Tales JRPG series, and a stand-out game on the Gamecube. It also had a sequel for the Wii, Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of the New World, which no one played; it wasn’t…

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The Games of October

Well folks, the glut of holiday releases begins in October this year. Between Wind Waker HD, Beyond Two Souls, Pokemon X/Y, Batman Arkham Origins, Battlefield 4, & Assassin’s Creed 4, you are going to need a second job just to pay for all these awesome games. It’s a hard life,…

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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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Nintendo is Shutting Down Multiple Wii Channels

  The Wii has been around for about seven years now, and may finally be losing its place with Nintendo. They recently announced that various online services for the system would stop working on June 28th. The Wii shop channel will still be working for the foreseeable future though, so…

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