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Rumor: Crysis 2 (PS3) Runs Sub-HD

Crysis was an amazing PC game that was a visual masterpiece.  I’ve been expecting Crysis 2 to be a beast on the PS3, but there are rumors floating out there that it’s actually running at sub-HD levels.  According to GamersMint, it’s only running at 1024*720 resolution.  That’s very surprising news…

Review: You Don’t Know Jack

Way back in 1995, PC gaming was still considered the king over console gaming with such games released as Full Throttle, Warcraft II, & Command & Conquer. It also marked the year an irreverent quiz show was released that changed the party game scene for years. You Don’t Know Jack…

Review: Call Of Duty: Black Ops First Strike DLC

Emerging as the first (and probably not last) form of DLC for Call of Duty: Black Ops, First Strike offers 4 new multiplayer maps and 1 new zombie map for those eager enough to spend the $15 price tag. Each map offers something a little different than the next and…

Video: Mass Effect 3 Announced on Spike TV’s VGAs

As we reported earlier today, Bethesda announced they’ll be releasing the follow-up to their hugely successful The Elder Scrolls: Oblivion next year with The Elder Scrolls: Skyrim. We should all expect a ton of swords, sorcery, and of course, horse armor DLC! It looks like Bethesda wasn’t the only company ready to reveal…

Review: DJ Hero 2

Last year, Activision introduced a new entry into it’s “Hero” franchise, which up until last year was focused primarily on its well known and popular Guitar Hero games. DJ Hero took a side step from what we perceive to be a music rhythm game and introduced a new peripheral along…

Review: Enslaved: Odyssey to the West

If you played the PS3 exclusive Heavenly Sword, then you should already be quite familiar with developer Ninja Theory’s work. The game was full of cinematic sequences, amazing graphics, and a storyline that kept you at the edge of your seat from beginning to end. Now comes Enslaved: Odyssey to…

U-verse TV: AT&T Offers Live TV Shows on Xbox 360

Hot off the presses.  At&T has just announced their latest service that will bring TV shows via the 360.  It will be called U-verse TV.  On October 15th Xbox 360 users will be able to watch Live TV shows through their Xbox 360 without the need of additional hardware but…