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The Sony NGP Will Set Your Pants on Fire!

  Just kidding!  On a serious note, over the past couple of months, I kept reading stories on various gaming blogs claiming that the PSP2 (NGP) was as powerful as the PS3.  I grew real curious about the situation and wondered what the hell kind of battery Sony developed to…

PSP Review: MLB The Show 10

Let’s start with the obvious question I have been asked. How are the graphics? Well lets see if you are crazy enough to compare the graphics to MLB 10 The Show on the PS3 you are nuts. Remember folks the PSP has only 480 x 272 pixels. That is in…

Review: Tekken 6

With Street Fighter IV & King of Fighters XII rejuvenating the fighting genre, it was time for the Tekken series to step into the ring and show other fighting games how it’s done.  With the largest character roster in Tekken history, HD graphics, and competitive online modes, is Tekken 6…

Review: Undead Knights

We as humans have always had a fascination with the undead.  The undead have been discussed in books, danced in music videos, and murdered in video games on a regular basis.  In Tecmo’s Undead Knights, the undead take center stage.  This time, one of the main focuses is to create…

Buzz! Quiz World coming Nov ’09

We all remember Buzz! Quiz TV.  It was our party game of choice on the PS3.  With the possibility of Downloadable content (DLC) your questions never get old.  If there’s a couple of good things that came out of this years Tokyo Game Show (TGS) Buzz! Quiz World is definitely…

PSP Review: Rock Band Unplugged

Harmonix is a developer that has been working on music games since the early 2000s.  Titles like Frequency and Amplitude weren’t as widely known as most other PS2 titles, but they paved the way for Harmonix’s more successful later titles which include the original Guitar Hero I & II, Rock…