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It’s game seven of the Stanley Cup Finals. The game is tied at three with under two minutes to go in the second overtime period when I receive a long pass up the middle putting me in a clear breakaway position. It’s just me and the goaltender, one-on-one. I deke to the left. The goalie [...]
Castle Crashers is the second game from Tom Fulp, Dan Paladin, and John Baez’ game company The Behemoth. It follows the classic 2D side scrolling beat ‘em up formula we know and love from arcade classics such as Golden Axe, while adding design elements from modern games.
You and up to three of your friends [...]
In this extra special GDP201, Matt and Mathew (the triple-T sensation) hunker in the bunker and dump on the PS3 title, Haze. After getting to Ian’s place early, we decided to throw in a game we hadn’t played in a while and that was unfortunately Haze. Watch this clip and see just how badly Matt [...]
Ian starts up a new segment this week called, Give it another try, wherein he tries to get you to play Haze and let us know if it was worth a second look! As always, feedback can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org or left in the comments below!
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Having finished the actual game proper (and for that matter, pushing 98% completion on the whole game), Matt hits the lodge, breaking down doors and dishing out a heaping helping of spoilers. This three minute clip is not for the faint of heart.
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Having picked up Mirror’s Edge at the “everything must go” sale at the local movie hut this week, Ian takes us on a journey across rooftops in Mirror’ Edge. Is it any good? Is it worth picking up, even for the $10 that he paid for it? Watch this three minute clip and find out!
It’s no shocker that at The GAMES DAY Podcast, we’re fans of Tim Schafer’s work. This time, Ian Sullivan review Monkey Island 2, newly released for PSN. Never having played the first MI game, Ian had no idea what he was getting into but after a few short minutes, he was hooked and was tripping [...]
I’m on the record as not being into Rockstar Games’ Grand Theft Auto series because of the size of the world and being overwhelmed by all of the options the game throws at you.
Having said that, Red Dead Redemption is on my shortlist for Game of the Year 2010.
First, the world of RDR itself is [...]