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Thomas Williams

    PSP Review – EyePet

    Tired of having to clean up after your real pets? Read our review for the PSP version of EyePet to see if it’s time to take Fido to your Brother’s ‘farm in the sky’!

    by Thomas Williams
    November 6th, 2010

    PSP Review – inviZimals

    Released late 2009 in Europe, Novarama’s inviZimals went on to win many various technological awards on it’s way to be being of the top 3 selling PSP titles in all of Europe last year. Making use of ‘augemented reality’, the game came bundled with Sony’s long delayed PSP camera, which allowed the inviZimals to ‘invade’ the real world. After almost a year between release, inVizimals has invade US soil. Is this the second coming of Pokemon or a failed attempt that’s several years too late?

    by Thomas Williams
    October 22nd, 2010

    PS3 Review – Castlevania: Lords of Shadow

    Since becoming a fan-favorite in 1986, Konami’s Castlevania series has had quite the journey through the ages. It’s had the Good (Super Castlevania IV), the bad (Castlevania: Judgement) and THE Masterpiece (Symphony of the Night. Need I say more?). While the series has mastered the realm of 2D artwork and sprites, the series battles in the world of 3D have almost always been failures and major disappointments in the eyes of fans. Konami looks to change this with Castlevania: Lords of Shadows, with little known developer MercurySteam handling the development duties and some team production company named ‘Kojima Productions’ helping supervising along the way. PlayStation LifeStyle’s review for this ‘rebirth’ is finished. Did Konami finally make an AAA quality 3D Castlevania game or is this yet another stumble along the way?

    by Thomas Williams
    October 12th, 2010

    EA Canada Hustling to Make NBA Jam Feature Packed

    Since EA decided to delay NBA Elite 11 early last week, it has easily become the most talked about Sports game of the year. Before the delay though, the original problem surrounding Elite 11 was in the inclusion of ‘3 modes’ of EA Canada’s NBA Jam relaunch. Fans were furious that they HAD to buy Elite 11 to access the game, my have things have changed! Since the delay, EA has decided to change NBA Jam from an add-on game to a FULL game, to help cash-in on some of the sales lost from the Elite delay. Now the team at EA Canada is rushing to make the game featured packed and has very little time to do so on the next-gen consoles.

    by Thomas Williams
    October 6th, 2010

    Call of Duty: Black Ops Trophy List Arrives for Battle

    FPS fans, it’s almost that time again. Time for Activision’s Yearly Mega-Blockbuster franchise, Call of Duty, is almost ready to descend from the hollowed halls of FPS heaven and destroy millions of gamers life until the next Call of Duty takes over. We lost many, many trustworthy PSLS spies to access the Call of Duty: Black Ops Trophy list for you, but it was worth the effort. Take note..this list contains many spoilers, so reader beware!!

    by Thomas Williams
    October 4th, 2010

    NBA Elite 11 Delay Could Cost EA Close to $60 Million

    October 5th. That was the original release date for EA’s NBA Elite 2011. Yes..less than a week away release before EA went and delayed it, due to lackluster reception from gamers hands-on with the game’s demo. Shocking not only fans of the series, but also the developers, Analyst everywhere are throwing out their two cents as to what this will do to EA and their Sports brand in general. One of the biggest Analyst around has determined that this move could cost EA upwards to of $60 million in profits — or more.

    by Thomas Williams
    October 1st, 2010

    Beyond Good & Evil to Go Beyond a PSN Re-Release

    Ubisoft’s Beyond Good & Evil is one of the most criticially acclaimed games all of last-gen gaming. But there was one problem..despite being released across four different gaming platforms at the time, it sold about as well as the dirt sandwichs your little sister tried to sell you as a kid. Beyond Good & Evil Fanboys and for those of you who missed out on the game (read: 80% of gamers at the time) Ubisoft is looking to cure this problem, with an HD re-release planned on the PSN!! Details After the break!

    by Thomas Williams
    September 30th, 2010

    Get down with the Full Def Jam RapStar Track List

    How about we all face that fact…if you like rap/ hip-hop or not…we all wish we could rap. Sadly, not all of us, including yours truly, have the ability to rhyme words on a dime like Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, and Lil Wayne can. Konami and 4MM Games are giving you the chance to try your best at being the best with Def Jam Rapstar coming this Fall and we have the ENTIRE Track list here for your pleasure.

    by Thomas Williams
    September 30th, 2010

    Fumito Ueda Talks The Last Guardian and the Team ICO Remakes

    Of all of the first-party titles Sony Worldwide Studios has in-production right now, none look more amazing than Team ICO’s The Last Guardian. Breathtaking graphics and production values that would rival any major $100 million blockbuster fantasy film, The Last Guardian is looking to blow away the competition come Holiday 2011. Fumito Ueda has kept details regarding the game close to his chest, but after the games ‘re-introduction’ at the Tokyo Game Show 2010, he has opened his mind and is more willing to talk about it. He did so in the newest Famitsu weekly and we have information you’ve been waiting to hear about.

    by Thomas Williams
    September 30th, 2010

    Medal of Honor Recruits Award-Winning Composer for Score

    Forget what you know about the Medal of Honor series. No longer is the series rooted in during the World War II, like every previous entry in the series. Due to the of amazing success of the Modern Warfare series, Medal of Honor has been thrown into the present day, as you battle as both Army Rangers and Tier 1 Operators in the war-torn country of Afghanistan. To reflect these changes, EA and Danger Close Games have done their best to show these changes in game. Now the teams have something else to hang on their mantle as a Hollywood Award-winning Composer has joined the ensemble to help craft the game’s epic score.
    Forget what you know about the Medal of Honor series. No longer is the series rooted in during the World War II, like every previous entry in the series. Due to the of amazing success of the Modern Warfare series, Medal of Honor has been thrown into the present day, as you battle as both Army Rangers and Tier 1 Operators in the war-torn country of Afghanistan. To reflect these changes, EA and Danger Close Games have done their best to show these changes in game. Now the teams have something else to hang on their mantle as a Hollywood Award-winning Composer has joined the ensemble to help craft the game’s epic score.

    by Thomas Williams
    September 29th, 2010

    ‘Vanquish’ Bayonetta for Free With This Killer Pre-Order Deal

    Shinji Mikami’s take on Third-Person Shooters, Vanquish, looks to take the slow-paced feel of the genre and upgrade the speed and action to the nth degree. Don’t believe me? Go download the demo off the PSN or read our Hands-on impressions. For those of you who have already fallen in love with the game, Play.Com is offering a stellar pre-order that you shouldn’t miss!

    by Thomas Williams
    September 29th, 2010
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