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Major League Baseball 2K10 Review

When it happens once, it can be brushed off … after all, mistakes happen. When it happens no less than five times, all within the space of a month (in the career mode – aka, an afternoon of intense gaming), the first reaction is disbelief, followed by some baseball-based epithets, and then the AI is questioned. Come on – Julio Lugo has been playing in the Major Leagues for... Read Review

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Famitsu Says the Best Games Are on PS3

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According to a survey conducted by Japanese gaming mag Famitsu, the PS3 boasts the best-reviewed catalog of games of all time. The publication looked back at all the games they've reviewed on every system they covered, and counted the percentage of titles on each that received a score of at least 32/40, which qualifies as the mag's "Gold" award. According to their quasi-scientific survey, the PS3 comes in first with 45.03% of games earning the Gold distinction. Second place falls to the Xbox 360 at 43.33%. Here's the full run down, with a poor little handheld bringing up the rear. Hit the break to see the list and start the debate. Read More

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kombo Dec 14, 2009 | Comments