Fallout: New Vegas Review

Fallout: New Vegas is hardly an all new game, which explains why it's missing a number in the title. Fallout 4 this is not, but a worthy follow-up, or expansion, to a fantastic game this is. It wouldn't make a

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Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock Review

Note: I'm trying a new format that simply dives into the game review, sparing you the introduction. The reason for this is mostly because we have a ton of games to cover, and not quite enough time. Additionally, I'll be

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Quantum Theory Review

Doom, Grand Theft Auto, Devil May Cry, Metal Gear, Castlevania, Metroid, and Gears of War…what do they have in common? Well, they're just one of the many franchises over the course of gaming history that have marked a major print

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Dead Rising 2 Review

Capcom's Dead Rising first arrived on the Xbox 360 as one of the console's earlier exclusive titles from Capcom. Much like Lost Planet, I didn't find myself caring all too much about this new next-gen property. But it seems like

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Split/Second Review

Disney Interactive has housed some of this generation's biggest surprises, so far. First there was Pure, which was downright fantastic and utterly breathtaking. Now, we have Split/Second, which is an unusual take on the action-racing genre where the environment is

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Blur Review

Last year when I sampled Blur at an event Activision held for press members, I was underwhelmed. Really underwhelmed. I went in with low expectations and came out with even lower expectations. I had expected something much more from a

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