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List of all Dead Space 3 Microtransactions

List of all Dead Space 3 Microtransactions

Jan 31, 2013

We all knew they were coming, so I’m not too surprised over the microtransactions. I am however surprised at the price of them; there’s nothing “micro” about these transactions. Just check them out for yourself. Bot Capacity Upgrade $4.99 Bot Personality Pack $4.99 First Contact Pack Free Marauder Pack $4.99 Sharpshooter Pack $4.99...

Skulls of the Shogun Review

Skulls of the Shogun Review

Jan 30, 2013

If you’ve ever attended PAX in any of its incarnations, you’ve probably seen Skulls of the Shogun. It’s one of those games that you swear has been finished, but still has yet to come out. This is its third or fourth release date, but this time it actually came out. You can finally get your hands on the finished product, work your way through the campaign and...

20 Movies That Even Real Men Cry At

20 Movies That Even Real Men Cry At

Jan 30, 2013

Movies do an amazing job tugging at your heart strings and introducing memorable characters in your life. By the time the movie ends, you care so deeply for them. So when they experience pain, tragedy or even triumph, it stabs you right in the heart. Women cry at movies all the time, but society tells us that boys don’t cry. Men are supposed to be strong...

Bullet To The Head Review

Bullet To The Head Review

Jan 30, 2013

Sylvester Stallone is back in Bullet to the Head from Warner Bros. Pictures. Stallone plays Jimmy Bobo, a hitman who reluctantly teams up with a police detective to take out a killer and uncover a conspiracy. Can Stallone prove that he doesn’t need a group of action stars as back up to make a bad ass movie, or is he getting too old for action movies?...

Nuts and Bolts: Episode 8 – Hung Like a Django

Nuts and Bolts: Episode 8 – Hung Like a Django

Jan 30, 2013

In this belated episode, David Rhineart, Craig Kandiko, and Joe Marino talk about the length and girth of Django Unchained and its daddy, Quentin Tarantino. The gang goes over the impact of Tarantino to modern cinema as they go into indepth conversation of the entire Tarantino filmography from True Romance to Django Unchained.  Within the podcast, Craig talks...

Uncanny Avengers #3 Review

Uncanny Avengers #3 Review

Jan 29, 2013

For the last couple months I have disappointed with the way that Uncanny Avengers has been going. Nothing has happened in the last two issues, but this issue changed my disappointment into amazement. It’s Alive !!! We finally get the real idea of the Red Skull’s plan, which involves using the mind of Professor Xavier to turn humans against the mutants. The...

Girls “Bad Friend” Review

Girls “Bad Friend” Review

Jan 29, 2013

Girls with Magical Comfort Zones Hannah scores a sweet gig as a freelance writer making big bucks for each feature article published. There’s only one catch: the content must be outrageous. Cocaine experiences, Craigslist threesomes, etc. She opts for the coke and is left with challenge of actually find some—enough—for her night of debauchery. Good luck,...

The Simpsons “The Changing of the Guardian” Review

The Simpsons “The Changing of the Guardian” Review

Jan 29, 2013

 After a freak tornado temporarily traps them in a bank (yeah, I don’t know either), Marge and Homer decide to name a legal guardian for the kids should anything happen to them. There’s hijinks, low-jinks and sometimes things that don’t make any kind of jink at all. As the season goes on, the more tired I get of the Simpsons formula of the...

Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time Demo Preview

Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time Demo Preview

Jan 29, 2013

The Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time demo released today to the general public on PSN, in preparation for hitting store shelves next week. The demo contains the opening cinematic and the first level of the game. My history with Thieves in Time demos is pretty rocky. The demo of the Medieval England Circus that came with Ratchet and Clank: Full Frontal Assault kind...

10000000 Review

10000000 Review

Jan 28, 2013

Good mobile games have the ability to do more than just capture your attention for spurts of a few minutes. Once you start, you find that several hours have suddenly disappeared and in their place is a few destroyed populations, several happy alligator baths or a few Game of the Year awards. Eighty Eight Games wants 10000000 to be that game by cramming together...