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Type: Review
Game: Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 (Xbox 360)
Posted: December 08, 2009 (03:32 AM)
I don't claim to be a wizard with all types of armaments known to man. I donít claim to have a vast knowledge of how combat tactics work either. That being said, I do understand numbers, human error, and other things of that nature. I bring this up because Modern Warfare seems to have a grasp on how numbers 1 and 2; it falls flat on its face with number 3.

Type: Review
Game: DJ Hero (Xbox 360)
Posted: December 02, 2009 (01:48 AM)
Activision hasn't had the best of track record (double entendre) when it comes to music games. They bought the rights to Guitar Hero when Harmonix left the franchise to make Rock Band, and from there the Hero franchise has been a downward slope. I had given up hope when Guitar Hero World Tour came out, and laughed at how badly the Hero franchise wanted to be Rock Band.
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Type: Review
Game: MagnaCarta 2 (Xbox 360)
Posted: November 24, 2009 (03:09 AM)
Disclaimer: For the purpose of this review, I will refer to Magna Carta 2 as a JRPG. I am aware that it is Korean, but if the shoe fits, this game fucking wears it like a champ.

Type: Review
Game: Burnout Paradise (Xbox 360)
Posted: February 22, 2009 (01:50 PM)
If anyone has read my regular articles as of late, you would know that the reason this review has been put off for so long is because of my wife and her obsession with giving gifts for Valentine's Day. So anyway, without further adieu, I give you the review of Burnout: Paradise for the 360.
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Type: Review
Game: Tony Hawk's Proving Ground (PlayStation 3)
Posted: February 22, 2009 (01:46 PM)
I finally got myself a PS3 about a week back and boy what sound investment that was. For a mere 350 Duckets I got a PS3, a controller, a copy of Warhawk, a Bluetooth headset, and a copy of Proving Ground.
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Type: Review
Game: Lost Odyssey (Xbox 360)
Posted: February 22, 2009 (01:30 PM)
Since the last game I reviewed was the religious equivalent to a Strawberry Shortcake that was prepared by Jesus himself, I figured this time I would go with a game that can be best described as shit covered shit with shit filling. Now before I start tearing in to the aforementioned fecal pastry, I'd like all of you to know that I typically like (read: worship) Japanese Role-Playing games and are usually impressed and utterly moved by the emotions that their story tends to offer. That being said...

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