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  • Corpse Party: Book Of Shadows

    It is the middle of February and I am disappointed. Timing is everything and I feel like I’ve been deprived of a truly scary Halloween night. You see I’ve been playing Corpse Party: Book of Shadows and if this were Halloween I don’t think I’d be opening a door ever again once...

  • Corsair 64GB Flash Drive HDD upgrade review

    Chances are if you've been in the market for a flash drive, you've made your way to the local electronics store and let your eyes glaze over the variety of 1-16GB flash drives in stock. However, have you ever wanted more from the handy little devices? If so, memory manufacturer Corsair has taken the...

  • Crash Commando Review

    Taking its inspiration from a number of popular games in the shooter genre and sub-genres, Crash Commando could be described as an amalgamation, albeit a pint-sized portion, of some of the most celebrated shooters ever created. Although the developer, EPOS Game Studios, has borrowed/stolen its id...

  • Crimsonland PS4 Review: blood baths and bullet storms galore

    If you’ve ever woken up with a desire to violently slaughter your fears and bathe in the blood-soaked entrails of mutant-alien spiders, undead hordes, and lizard people – the very kind you wish to banish from your mental existence – then perhaps Crimsonland is for you. After bootin...

  • Crush Review

    Blending interesting mechanics from both puzzlers and platformers with a decent storyline, Crush is a refreshing and needed addition to the PSP library. Players assume the role of Danny, an insomniac and generally troubled young man. Forced to deal with your mental illness with the help of hypnosis ...

  • Crysis 2 Review

    Crysis 2’s single player campaign reminds me of best friend’s incredibly attractive mother. Though I don’t actually know her that well, the thought of spending some “quality time” in her company is enough to generate a feeling of excitement deep within me. Crysis 2 evok...

  • Crysis 3 Review - Human After All

    In this console generation's twilight months, it's easy to associate brand fatigue with the most sterling examples: annualized franchises that change very little in their thirst for early-November retail domination. To suggest that one might simply tire of a triple-A series whose main releases, by c...

  • CSI: Fatal Conspiracy Review

    The world of videogames can be a lonely place, especially if you are an adult and in a serious relationship with someone who isn’t particularly a huge fan of gaming. With that in my mind, we’ve looked for games that have something to offer both the diehard fan and those who still con...

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