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Vampire Season

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  • Publisher(s): 6waves
  • Release Date(s): Aug 31, 2012
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Vampire Season Review

When I first started playing 6waves's Vampire Season for iPad, I was positive that this entire review was going to be about how it's just a crummy clone of Plants vs. Zombies. After all, they're both undead-themed turret defense game tailored towards touch-screen enabled mobile platforms, and really, how much territory is there to explore in such a narrow genre? Well, I'm... Read Review

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Guitar Hero 5's Entire Tracklist Revealed

Guitar Hero 5's Entire Tracklist Revealed

Activision has released the last 15 tracks to complete their Epic 85 song list for the next installment of Guitar Hero. The notables to mention are Nirvana's "Smells Like Teen Spirit", Queen and David Bowie's "Under Pressure" and the legendary Johnny Cash song "Ring of Fire". As promised, the entire 85 track list will be available from the moment you pop the disc into your system. The game is set to start shipping September 1st, so plan your late night early morning accordingly. Hit the jump to check out the last 15 songs as well as the full track list for Guitar Hero 5. Read More

kombo Jul 30, 2009 | Comments
New Xbox Experience is the Biggest Thing Since Color TV, Apparently

New Xbox Experience is the Biggest Thing Since Color TV, Apparently

After months of waiting and anticipation/dread, the New Xbox Experience is almost upon us. As such, Microsoft has seen fit to issue a press release to help usher in the dawning of a new age. What they don't seem to cover is for just how long we have to keep calling it the "New" Xbox Experience. Kind of reminds me of that one station they used to have around here, "the New VR." I don't think it's around any more, at least not in that form. Look at the signs, Microsoft! Don't let this happen to you! Anyway, here's what they have to say:LONDON - Nov. 18, 2008 — In 1954, the introduction of colour TV heralded the dawn of a new era in entertainment. On Nov. 19, more than 50 years after that dramatic shift, a new era in home entertainment begins...Oh, give me a break. Hit the jump for the rest. I won't interrupt again, promise. Unless you want me to; then I'll see what I can work out later. Read More

kombo Nov 18, 2008 | Comments