Jak & Daxter: The Precursor Legacy HD Review


Platform: PS3
Release Date: February 7, 2012

Except for maybe adamantium, few things can compete with hardness of a nostalgia boner. The Jak & Daxter games have always injected heavy doses of nostalgia into me, but the first entry was special because it was the introductory game that graced my PS2. Things have changed though. Over ten years have passed and I no longer own a PS2 and the gaming scene is quite different as a whole. I guess everything hasn’t changed because Jak & Daxter: The Precursor Legacy HD is as fun as it always was.
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Lollipop Chainsaw Review


Platforms: PS3, Xbox 360
Release Date: June 12, 2012

If I could hop into the mind of any creative soul within the video game industry, my first choice wouldn’t be Peter Molyneux, Tim Schafer, or even Hideo Kojima. Suda 51 would be my initial pick because, judging by his games, there has to be obscene amounts of raw crazy just floating around his mind cavity. Games like Killer7, No More Heroes, and (my personal favorite) Shadows of the Damned showcased equal but different amounts of his creative juices, so anything else he throws his name and team behind has a bar to live up to. Lollipop Chainsaw is this new title and has the necessary spunk to warrant the attention. Thankfully, it has much more than that.
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My Favorite Games of E3 2012


Any person into video games has undoubtedly been glued to YouTube or their favorite gaming site in hopes of absorbing anything related to E3. This year’s extravaganza is strictly in the rear view mirror now, but times like this allow us to reflect on the insanity of the past week. Games were at the forefront of this show, making for one of the best expo I’ve ever seen. So what were the biggest names in my humble opinion? Funny you should ask…
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E3 News Recap: Day 1

Playstation All-Stars Battle Royale, Call of Duty: Declassified, Assassin’s Creed III: Liberation, and PS1 Games All Headed to the Vita

While I didn’t feel the Vita got as much love during Sony’s press conference, a few titles were announced for the system. After a palpable sense of “Umm… okay,” Sony just showed a mere title of a Call of Duty game heading to Vita. It isn’t Black Ops II, but it sounds to be something in that style. It is set to hit later this year.
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