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Review of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory — Did you say “chocolate?”

Remember the 2005 film adaptation of the classic children’s novel Charlie and the Chocolate Factory? That movie was heavily hyped up before it came to theaters, and for good reason. Tim Burton was in the director’s chair, Johnny Depp portrayed the internationally-famous Willy Wonka, and it was the first time since 1971 that Roald Doahl’s […]

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Games with Gold for June 2019

Microsoft announces the Games with Gold for June 2019. Fighting games and hockey and SCIENCE

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Microsoft Talks PC. Game Pass Coming to Windows and More

Phil Spencer outlined steps to make Microsoft PC gamers happier. Game Pass, Steam availability and WIN32 support coming very soon.

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Xbox One S All-Digital Edition Coming Soon

Xbox greets the future with disc-less Xbox.

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Microsoft Uncategorized Xbox One

Microsoft E3 Date and Time Announced

Sony may be skipping the festivities this year but Microsoft is not, and today they announced when and where their E3 Presentation will be held. Sunday, June 9th at 1:00 pm Pacific Time (PT). Their presentation will be held at the Microsoft Theatre in Los Angeles and take place before the main event kicks off […]

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Xbox Game Pass Ultimate Coming This Year

New level of Game pass and Live coming to Xbox.

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Review of Crazy Taxi 3: High Roller – Sega earns another Awesome license

Sega may have its shortcomings, but arcade gaming is definitely not one of them.  Since 1969, the iconic company has delivered impressive arcade boards that have powered equally-impressive games; And one of my personal favorites is Crazy Taxi, a driving game where you pick up passengers and travel to their desired destinations as fast and […]

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Review of Sonic Heroes – Setting the stage for a hero’s parade

If you’re a longtime fan of Sonic the Hedgehog, you will no doubt have heard the common opinion that Sega’s flagship franchise has zero business having 3D adventure games in its lineup.  We usually hear that the blue blur’s 3D endeavors have been plagued with issues regarding the controls and cameras, but there are still some […]

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Review of The Simpsons: Hit & Run – Springfield discovers Grand Theft Auto

Game companies love to create games based on licensed properties, but they sometimes don’t think of the possible consequences; Making tie-in games based on books, movies, and TV programs is not necessarily a bad idea, but one small mistake (Technological or otherwise) can ultimately relegate them to bargain bins and mediocre review scores.  Many popular […]

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Review of James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing – Side-stepping from GoldenEye’s shadow

The year is 2004 — The movie Die Another Day and the FPS game NightFire have been available for nearly two years, so what’s next for Pierce Brosnan and the rest of the James Bond 007 cast and crew? You guessed it; Another videogame from Electronic Arts.  However, in response to their Bond first-person shooters constantly being compared to Rareware’s GoldenEye, EA […]