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Lifesigns: Hospital Affairs, Paging Dr. Inyu Wendo

Mar 05 2009 - The good people at JoWood Productions think Greys Anatomy is good but doesn’t go far enough. What’re all the scandalous shenanigans worth without the intensity of first-hand surgery and cheeky patient interviews? Nothing, says JoWood, ... Read More

Posted under News by Kenneth Ellis

Fresh Screens for New Fallout 3 DLC

Mar 05 2009 - “The Pitt” is coming, and just to remind us Bethesda has sent out some new screens for the upcoming DLC pack. Check them out after the jump. ... Read More

Posted under News by Staff

[Review] Mirror’s Edge Pure Time Trial Maps

Mar 04 2009 - I shelled out 800 Microsoft Points for the new Pure Time Trial maps for Mirror’s Edge. But, was it worth it? ... Read More

Posted under News by Christian Martin

Boom your Blox on the go

Mar 04 2009 - Something seems to have been lost in translation in these new screens for EA’s mobile adaptation of “Boom Blox”. ... Read More

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Halo 3 Exceeds 1 Billion Online Matches

Mar 04 2009 - Bungie has announced that over 1 billion online matches have been played in its FPS title Halo 3–since the game arrived in September of 2007. ... Read More

Posted under News by Erik Johnson

“Half-Life: Full Life Consequences” Sequel Arrives!

Mar 03 2009 - The infamous squirrelking has made more than a few hilarious pieces of fanfiction, and some geniuses out there have been turning his work into even more hilarious Garry’s Mod machinima . First, there was “Half-Life: ... Read More

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Midnight Launch Adventures: Halo Wars

Mar 03 2009 - I decided to swing by my local GameStop for the Halo Wars midnight launch last night and man was it a blast! (not really) I even ended up on the news this morning! (that part ... Read More

Posted under News by Christian Martin

[Interview] A Prickly Situation for Cactus: Going Casual

Mar 03 2009 - Jonatan Söderström, better known as Cactus, the prolific experimental indie game designer, just released his latest game. It’s called Ping Pong, and it’s a game about ping-pong. No tricks, no LSD-inspired visuals, just two lo-fi ... Read More

Posted under Interviews by Chris Benson

Guerilla Games Will Not Give In to Whiners

Mar 02 2009 - It’s only been four days since Killzone 2 arrived in stores, but some are already asking for a major revamp. ... Read More

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Infinity Ward Naïvely Asks Internet for Requests

Mar 01 2009 - In a rash and incomprehensible move, Infinity Ward community manager Robert “fourtwozero” Bowling has made a Twitter Suggestions Box for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, where he innocently asks the denizens of the internet ... Read More

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