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Star Wars: The Old Republic BETA Review Part 1

First thing you have to do when starting the game is to pick your allegiance then class.   Ranging from your typical MMO, Jedi Knight, Jedi Consolor, Smuggler, and Trooper. These guys are like the Republic Tank Classes, we have Rogues, Healers/Support, Melee Damage, and Tank class. All these classes have advanced sub-classes which have […]

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A Review of CoD MW3

  What can I really say about this game? INCREDIBLE   I guess we can start at what I attempted first: Special Ops. An easy and fun way to pass the time either online or Coop with a friend. You have unlockables that will, definitely, keep you playing. Myself and my cousin went ahead and […]

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Battlefield 3 vs Call of Duty

Battlefield 3 is out and is going to give Call of Duty a run for it’s money. Whatever you thought of the Beta, forget it. Battlefield is going up against Call of Duty and it sure is giving it a run for it’s money too!   Beta sucked, we all know this. The restrictions on the […]

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My Review of Disacol for iPhone/iPod Touch

First of all a big shout out to the guys at Imesart for hooking me up with this free app!          In Disacol, the aim is to empty a board of all color boxes. A board is composed of three types of elements: a box pusher, color boxes and gray walls. All boxes can be pushed […]

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Part 1 Review of Arkham City

Part 1 Review of Arkham City   Don’t you love modern gaming? The first thing I did upon receiving a copy of Batman: Arkham City was open the case, find my code for the Catwoman content, and download the 252MB file so I could use the character that’s so prominently displayed on the game’s case. If you […]

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Side Quests and Crafting in Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

Side Quests and Crafting in Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Skyrim is a land of frosty beauty, ambient chatter, and endless distractions–among them, side quests and crafting systems.   The world of a role-playing game like The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, however open, is a playground arranged along the trail of quests that will eventually make […]

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