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Ninja Town DS Review

Never has any game, in this editor's humble opinion, so "cutified" anything than what Ninja Town did for Ninjas! Ninjas, historically, are trained assassins that can kill with their bare hands and disappear without a trace. In this new DS game, Ninjas are huggable, colorful, ewok-like creatures who live in villages akin to that of the smurfs. To our surprise, the game is deep and very engaging.

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Mirror’s Edge PC Review

We have had First Person Shooters, First Person Role Playing Games, First Person Turn Based Strategy, now we finally have a First Person Platformer. What's a First Person Platformer you ask? Imagine playing Super Mario Brothers through the eyes of Mario himself. That's exactly what Mirror's Edge feels like and it is interesting to say the least.

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Ninja Gaiden Dragonsword Review

Team Ninja has been given the gaming public hours of enjoyment with their Ninja Gaiden series over the years. There have been ups and downs in their journey and through many consoles. Now that they’ve come to the Nintendo DS with Ninja Gaiden Dragonsword (NGDS), its nothing but success.

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Game Review: Coraline

Coraline is an adventure game based on the acclaimed horror novel written by Neil Gaiman and the upcoming 3D stop motion film of the same title directed by Henry Selick, the same guy who brought us Nightmare Before Christmas. The game is staged in a moody old house and features a strange but intriguing cast of characters.

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Professor Layton And The Curious Village DS

Professor Layton is a pretty unknown person in the world of the academe and even more unknown in the gaming world. But this Scholar of a gentleman is making waves in the mobile console industry with his trip to a quaint little village called St. Mystere. Uncover the secrets in this new game!

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Dead Space Review

I've played FreeSpace, it made me dizzy. I've watched Lost in Space, it was horrible. Then there is Dead Space, and it blew me away. The survival horror genre has a new baby and it promises to deliver what no horror game has given us to date. Will it or will it NOT disappoint?

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Left 4 Dead Review!

When you think that the source engine has chugged its final game out, think again. Valve, developers of legendary games such as Half-life and Half-Life 2 and the iconic Portal bring us Left 4 dead, a game designed for multiplayer zombie slaying survival fun and boy does it ever hold up to expectations.

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Call of Duty: World at War Review

One of the most awarded First Person Shooters in recent memory is back, waaayyy back, to World War 2. Following the success and cult following of Call Of Duty 4: Modern warfare, it’s a big surprise that the next installment bring us back to World War II instead of progressing forward. Is this move worth it? Let’s find out!

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Command and Conquer: Red Alert 3 Review

Here’s a game that is not afraid to make fun of itself. We call know the over the top nature of Command and Conquer Red Alert titles in the past, tesla coils, obelisks of light. This time, everything is over the top, the units, the explosions, the characters and yes, even the factions. Giant robots anyone?

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Star Wars: The Force Unleashed Wii Review

There have been quite a number of Star Wars games in the past but none of them were ever created to expand the storyline within the timeline of the 6 movies. Star Wars: The Force Unleashed is one such game and it is epic.

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