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Dead Rising 2 Walkthrough

Dead Rising 2 Walkthrough

*NOTE: I know this game was made by Blue Castle Games, in Canada, but it’s  still basically the same game as DR1. Same people worked on it too, and  Capcom made the first game.* I believe this game demonstrates the theory that Eastern game developers have already lost to the West. What is this new […]

Freezepop Interview

Freezepop Interview

While at PAX 2008 I had the chance to meet with the synthpop band Freezepop.  For those who don’t know, Freezepop’s music has been featured on every Guitar Hero game, and many other rhythm games, and have gathered quite a following.  Their music is remarkably upbeat and the melodies catchy. Freezepop consists of three members: Liz Enthusiasm (Jussi […]

Using Cyberlink PowerDirector 7

Using Cyberlink PowerDirector 7

When you buy a computer, a hundred thousand “what is the best” questions will pop up. What is the best firewall, antivirus, system cleaner, porn site… er… anyway, you get the picture. And when you buy your first digital video camera, that same question pops up once you shoot your first few hours of film. How do I […]

River King – Mystic Valley (Nintendo DS)

River King – Mystic Valley (Nintendo DS)

Title River King: Mystic Valley Publisher Marvelous Interactive Developer Natsume Release Date April 22nd, 2008 Genre RPG Platform Nintendo DS Rating Everyone River King – Mystic Valley is the next installment in the beloved River King series. Unfortunately for fans of the game who own a DS, River King -Mystic Valley is a disappointment. Take […]

Aquarium and Fantasy Aquarium by DS Reviews

Aquarium and Fantasy Aquarium by DS Reviews

Title: Aquarium and Fantasy Aquarium Developer: Ertain Publisher: Destineer Release Date: March 17th, 2008 Genre: Simulation Console: Nintendo DS Rating: E (Everyone, 3+) Aquarium and Fantasy Aquarium are indeed two different games, separated like twins at birth but after a long separation and after long last, have been brought back together. If you are familiar […]

Wario Ware: Smooth Moves Review – Nintendo Wii

Wario Ware: Smooth Moves Review – Nintendo Wii

Title Warioware: Smooth Moves Genre Minigame Bonanza? Release Date January 15th, 2007 Release Date April 25, 2006 Players 1 Rating E 10+ (Everyone over 10 years) Crude Humor, Mild Cartoon Violence I have to admit that I was skeptical of Wario Ware: Smooth Moves. The demo looked stupid, the box looked stupid, and the art […]

Rayman Raving Rabbids Review (Nintendo Wii)

Rayman Raving Rabbids Review (Nintendo Wii)

Title Rayman: Raving Rabbids Rating Everyone! Developer Ubisoft Release Date November 19th, 2006 Platform Wii, Xbox 360, PC, PS2, PSP Genre Action/Adventure Rayman was a launch title for the Wii, and many of us are wondering, “what is keeping this game competitive with Zelda!?!?!” Rayman Raving Rabbids is a constant best-seller, and has been increasingly […]

Dead Rising! The feel good game of the season!

Dead Rising!  The feel good game of the season!

In Dead Rising, you play a photo journalist named Frank West who decends on the Colorado city of Willamette in order to catch a big scoop that he’s gotten a line on. Chartering a helicopter Frank flies over the city and sees all sorts of horrible murders and killing, it appears that the citizens of […]

Girl’s Gift Guide for the Geek Guy 2005

Girl’s Gift Guide for the Geek Guy 2005

My wife tells me I’m incredibly hard to shop for, and that if there’s something I want then I usually end of buying it myself… Women generally don’t know what to buy their men, or they want to buy something “personal” or “meaningful”. Men would like something meaningful, too – we just wish you embraced […]

Waiting in line for an Xbox 360

Waiting in line for an Xbox 360

Late at night on Monday, November 21st 2005, many people stood in line at the Best Buy in Lynnwood, Washington. Some had staked out their mark on the sidewalk days before, camping out for the long haul. Others arrived earlier that day… Other parties were going on around Seattle, and Bill Gates himself was at […]

PC AirCon PAC 400

PC AirCon PAC 400

One of the main issues with running a stable computer is heat management. Heat has been an issue with electronics even before the semiconductor, and has remained a constant even with new technology. Nearly every component in today’s computers contains a specialized processor or fast moving parts – all of which add to the heat […]