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Review: Left 4 Dead PDF Print E-mail
General News
Written by Starfox   
Tuesday, 03 November 2009 06:02
Doc Brown came with a review for Left 4 Dead published and developed by Valve after their acquisition of Turtle Rock studio in January 2008. For those not familiar with the concept, although everyone should have heard of it by now, Left 4 Dead is a survival horror game focused on cooperative gameplay.

Anyway, you'll no doubt learn more about it in Doc's Left 4 Dead review so feel free to read it. It is there for that after all.

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Review: Mirror's Edge PDF Print E-mail
First Person Perspective
Written by Starfox   
Monday, 26 October 2009 02:36
You wanted it, you got it. For his big comeback to reviewing stuff in his own special way, Silver Sorrow takes a shot (more than one in fact... a lot... and then some more) at Mirror's Edge, the frantic game from DICE and Electronic Arts that has your character jumping around on buildings in a monkey-like fashion that... Well, I'll let you read the review itself as there's no way I could sum up that in one sentence. I gathered that it was an painful enough experience though. Usually Silver hate monkeys (some traumatic experience he had with some monkeys in a nearly abandoned ship governed by a lady named Shodan...) but I guess he doesn't like behaving like one either. Well, that's a thing I can understand, I would hate that too... but I love monkeys... hell, I'm one of them after all.

Er... Yeah so back to the topic. Go read the Mirror's Edge review and let me alone with my monkey fetish.
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The Dark Mod 1.0 Released PDF Print E-mail
First Person Perspective
Written by Starfox   
Monday, 19 October 2009 05:50

That's right. After 5 years of development, Broken Glass Studio and The Dark Mod team have released the public beta of their total conversion of the Doom 3 engine to adapt it to the tough requirements of a stealthy gameplay based on the steampunk universe of Thief. Until now the public had to play alpha versions of The Dark Mod. The latest demo release a year ago was already of beta quality in my opinion so I expect The Dark Mod 1.0 release to be pretty close to the final version although it's still considered as beta by the developing team.


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Extra Life Marathon 2009 PDF Print E-mail
General News
Written by Starfox   
Sunday, 11 October 2009 23:53
For the second year, the Extra Life marathon is taking place this month. The Extra Life marathon is a gathering of gamers all around the world who'll play on October 17 for 24 hours straight to raise funds for pediatric cancer research and treatment. All the funds raised go to the Texas Children's Hospital . Over $100,000 were raised during last year event and of course we expect more this time around.

Like last year, Marshall AKA "Little Bugger" from our hosted site Marshal's Machinima is participating in the event and you can reach his donation page right there. Donations are accepted until next weekend so this if you want to help the research and treatment for the kids, now is your chance.



 
Mass Effect 1 New Patch And DLC PDF Print E-mail
Third Person Perspective
Written by Starfox   
Wednesday, 26 August 2009 15:20
More than a year after the initial release, a patch 1.02 is available for Mass Effect. It is no surprise considering that a new DLC titled Pinnacle Station has also been released.


The list of the bugs fixed in the new patch is interesting because these are mainly bugs that should have been fixed sometime during the preceding 12 months (or even better: with the first patch). Please note that the comments made below relate to the delay between the first and the second patch:

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Load The Guns: Here Comes Jessica Biel PDF Print E-mail
Weird And Fun
Written by Starfox   
Wednesday, 26 August 2009 11:09
With all the "dating in circle" fun happening in Hollywood -- you know, stars exchanging their lovers, boyfriends/girlfriends, ex-husband/wife... -- you might think that viruses have a good chance of being involved at some point, especially without condoms.

The guys at McAffee (the anti-virus developer) think it too, but not for the same reasons. During the past three years, they have built an annual list of the most dangerous celebrities on the web. "Most dangerous"... why? Because a search involving their name in your favorite search engine has a fairly good chance of leading you to a virus spawner (a site delivering computer viruses, worm, spyware, adware...etc.)

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Review: Dead Space PDF Print E-mail
Site News
Written by Starfox   
Friday, 31 July 2009 02:14
This times it's our dear leader of the pack Rogue Wolf bringing us a review of the game Dead Space.

EA marketing, usually so agressive, was not particularly brilliant here because this particular title remained more or less under the radar. But hey, it's not because a game vanishes in dead space that it is bad. According to Rogue's review score, it isn't.

So have a break and go read the review for Dead Space.

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