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Insert Coin to Continue – DLCs and 21st Century Quarter Eating

Insert Coin to Continue – DLCs and 21st Century Quarter Eating

Let me first say that I was barely old enough to experience the arcade boom of the 1990’s. My school would have roller skating parties every now and then, and instead of hitting the hardwood, my friends and I would spend all night playing The Simpsons Arcade Game. I do mean, “all night;” several hours of Marge smashing baddies with her vacuum, and Bart rolling around on his skateboard. Those were ...[Read More]

Pinball FX 2: Epic Quest Review

Pinball FX 2: Epic Quest Review

Two questions capture the differing perspectives I hold on the Epic Quest board for Pinball FX 2: Wouldn’t it be great if every game of pinball game you played contributed to higher scores and more interesting experiences...

Saints Row: The Third – Genki Bowl VII Review

Saints Row: The Third – Genki Bowl VII Review

Now that the cat is out of the bag, I have no problem reminding you that Saints Row: The Third was my Game of the Year for 2011. Even with the bugs and glitches (I still can’t access the Call in VTOL option)...

Gears of War 3: RAAM’s Shadow Review

Gears of War 3: RAAM’s Shadow Review

When DLC was first introduced, I know that I wasn’t alone in being excited for the possibilities of extended single-player content. Most games take the easy route and add more online maps, skins and...

Duke Nukem Forever: The Doctor Who Cloned Me Review

Duke Nukem Forever: The Doctor Who Cloned Me Review

Sometimes, it is still hard for me to believe that Duke Nukem Forever actually released this year. It’s even harder to imagine that single player DLC managed to make it onto our consoles; but...

Pinball FX2: Sorcerer’s Lair Review

Pinball FX2: Sorcerer’s Lair Review

Every pinball table has a theme that drives the design of the obstacles, bumpers and marquee art. It’s rare, though, that one can tell a story, but the latest Zen Studios Pinball FX2 table, Sorcerer’s Lair...