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Infinity Blade is the third game from Chair Entertainment, a division of Epic Games. Previous games include Undertow and Shadow Complex, fine shooting games from the Xbox Live Arcade. Can Infinity Blade pioneer a new level of graphical.. Continue reading


Enslaved: Odyssey to the West is Ninja Theory’s 2nd game. How much did they learn from Heavenly Sword, and can Enslaved stand on its own as a great game? Continue reading


Samus, the hottest bounty hunter in gaming, is back for another adventure, this time built by Nintendo w/ Team Ninja. With Other M having a big focus on story, can Metroid add an intriguing story to supplement the classic gameplay … Continue reading


Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light is a unique step for Lara and the Tomb Raider devs over at Crystal Dynamics. Not only is this a downloadable-only title, but it takes the camera from behind the Lara and puts it in an isometric viewpoint. Should Lara fans… Continue reading


Simpler. Quicker. Deeper. In an effort to make the game easier for casual fans, this is Madden NFL 11’s primary focus. Have they made a football game that everyone can play, or are question marks still floating over grandpa’s head? Continue reading


Hydro Thunder Hurricane was second in line for the 2010 Xbox Live Summer of Arcade and the sequel to to 1999 game Hydro Thunder for the Dreamcast.  In addition to it being a classic Dreamcast title,  I’m very nostalgic for … Continue reading


Developed by Playdead, Limbo was the first in the line of 2010’s Xbox Live Summer of Arcade lineup. Limbo is a platform noir-style game where you guide a nameless boy looking for his sister.. Continue reading