Archive for March, 2008

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News: Sonic Unleashed Screens!

Saturday, March 22nd, 2008

Sonic Unleashed

New screens have emerged today of what may be the next Sonic game. Both the resolution and the general quality seem to point to the game being on either the 360 or PS3, but SEGA loves Nintendo, so some sort of similar Sonic game can essentially be assured. There are screens both from cinematics and supposed in-game play, and the difference between the two should be obvious. I’m looking forward to this game already, it looks like (if they’re real) SEGA’s trying to get Sonic back to his old awesome as opposed to the loading and bug laden last Sonic games.

You can download a .ZIP file of the images here:

Edit: A video from the Xbox 360 version of the game has been leaked! The screens are apparently from the 360 version as well. You can watch the after the jump:

Edit 2:  Confirmed!  Sonic Unleashed was officially accounced by SEGA to be on its way to Wii, 360, PS3, and PS2 this year.


DS: Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of Fates

Friday, March 14th, 2008

Ring of Fates

Play time: 6 hours
Progress: Main character – Lv. 25, Area – Sinner’s Isle

Well, to preface this review, I have to say that I don’t like Final Fantasy games. I think that they’re too slow with their really turn-basedness, even XII, which tries to be sort of real time. But, I did enjoy FFCC on the GameCube quite a bit. It had beautiful graphics, awesome music, the cutest Moogles ever, and a realtime battle system. Luckily for me, so does Ring of Fates (RoF).


360/PS3: Army of Two

Friday, March 14th, 2008

Army of Two

On the surface, games can appear to be flawless, enjoyable and worth 60 dollars. Sometimes, though, you’re going to have to look deep, deep down to find these flaws. I searched for it, and sadly enough I found it. It was less of a deep, deep down and more of a start, a down, and an A button away… darn you multiplayer… darn you…



Thursday, March 6th, 2008



Play Time: 4½ Hours
Progress: 35 Single Player Missions Cleared

Addicting, fast paced, neato physics, multiplayer mayhem and the power to be a pink ninja. From a small flash game to a 10 dollar xbox 360 live arcade game, this game has evolved to have everything that I want in an arcade game!… and maybe you too.


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