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Islands of Wukfu Review

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Island of Wukfu is an action adventure arcade game published by Microsoft exclusively for Xbox 360. This game caught my eye while browsing the Xbox live market place. 316 more words

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Pinball FX 2 - Zen Classics DLC Review

If there’s one thing I’ll never get tired of, it’s new tables for Pinball FX2. Even with 30+ tables, there’s always room for a few more in the collection, and I highly doubt that’ll ever change. 548 more words

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Fighting Vipers XBLA Review

Much like Virtua Fighter 2, Fighting Vipers is simply yet another re-release in a long, long chain of SEGA games getting released digitally, after a seventeen year long slumber – for some arbitrary reason. 448 more words

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Viruta Fighter 2 XBLA Review

Earlier this year, SEGA released Virtua Fighter 5: Final Showdown – a pretty great fighting game, critically acclaimed, even if it wasn’t exactly a bestseller. Now we have a new – or an old, in fact – Virtua Fighter being released on the Xbox 360, in the form of the 18-year-old Virtua Fighter 2. 412 more words

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Pinball FX 2 - Marvel Pinball: Civil War Table DLC Review

If there’s one thing I can always use more of, it has got to be downloadable content for Pinball FX 2. There appears to be just about half a thousand tables available by now (okay, it’s actually “only” 32 or so) and almost every single table is a solid release worth both your time and money – but what about the newest one, Civil War? 523 more words

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Sonic Adventures 2 XBLA Review

I wonder how many Dreamcast re-releases SEGA can manage – how many we up on now? Seven? Eight? It’s getting trivial, and even more problematic than earlier, because all of the games seems to suffer from more or less the same problems. 526 more words

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Zombie Driver HD XBLA Review

Zombie Driver HD is one of those games that really make me wonder about the amazing difference in quality that we see in games on the Xbox Live Marketplace. 545 more words

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