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It’s been a pretty slow week (unless you’re a celebrity, holy crap. Stop dying. Seriously.) so I thought I’d poke around at a new platform I promised some review action on, the iPhone. Besides the thing being a bastion of free entertainment, most of the quality games you have to pay for (and usually for […]

Nippon Ichi Software has made some fantastic games, the best of which being the Disgaea series. When I heard they were making an action-platformer, starring the lovable Prinnies nonetheless, I was officially stoked. I finally got around to playing “Prinny: Can I Really Be the Hero?” for the PSP last week, in between playing Final […]

Imagine my surprise, the other day walking through my local supermarket and seeing an Orc on the bottles of soda in the glass-front refridgerator in the checkout aisle. Of course I bought some, who the hell do you think I am? Time for an unconventional product review! Come along, boys and girls! Well, to my […]

Hello everyone, I’m back in town from my trip and it’s time to get back into the swing of things. I’m sure everyone has been digesting and subsequently pants-shitting over all of the superb E3 announcements recently. I’ve taken a look at what the expo had to offer myself, and I must say I am […]

I hope you’re all enjoying your E3 coverage, which can be found, well, everywhere. I’m not there, so I am going to talk about something different for now! (Yes, I am posting a lot! I will be out of state for five days starting friday so I’m getting lots of stuff out of the way […]

In something of an experiment, this week I’m going to do a little rundown of a whole bunch of smaller things that I found out about this week for you all, let me know if it works. Despite certain misgivings between my own personal feelings and Square Enix, Final Fantasy IV: The After Years goes […]

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