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Month: August 2010

  • REVIEW: Piranha 3D

    It’s spring break and Lake Victoria, AZ is bombarded once again with boatloads of tourists and drunk college kids looking for a constant week-long party.  While usually on week-long babysitting duty, the local Sheriff’s office has more important things to worry about when the tattered remains of a fisherman are discovered shortly after an earthquake hits.  Bringing in a team of seismologists to investigate reveals that the earthquake created a fissure at the bottom of the lake, revealing a subterranean lake housing killer piranhas from the prehistoric age.

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  • A Talk With ProtonJon (Part 1)

    If you are a fan of Let’s Play videos, looked up Super Mario World romhacks at some point or have browsed the forums of Something Awful, chances are you know Proton Jon.

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  • REVIEW: Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days

    A few years after the events in the first game, we find Lynch living in Shanghai with his girlfriend Xiu, who he actually has feelings for.  Getting by doing small jobs for a gangster known as Mr. Glazer, Lynch jumps at an arms deal that becomes available and calls in his old “friend” Kane to […]

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  • REVIEW: Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World

    Scott Pilgrim leads a decently average life;  he lives with his gay roommate, is in a band and has a girlfriend in high school as a result of having his heart broken by the last girl.  Everything was going okay until the new American girl Ramona Flowers invades Scott’s thoughts and dreams.  Now Scott must battle Ramona’s 7 evil ex’s in order to win her heart and his own happiness.

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  • REVIEW: Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light

    Searching for an artifact called the Mirror of Smoke, Lara Croft accidentally leads a local warlord and his band of mercenaries to the lost item.  After foolishly playing with powers they could not comprehend, Xolotlawakens from his tomb along with Mayan warrior Totec (leader of the Army of Light and imprisoner of Xolotl), steals the mirror and runs […]

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  • FIRST IMPRESSION: Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days

    I should preface that although a myriad of reviewers and gamers easily discount Kane & Lynch: Dead Men as one of the worst current generation video games made, I am a huge fan.  Putting aside the obvious control issues the game had and making peace with the obviously dated game-play, Dead Men provided a very […]

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