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A few months back I wrote about my experience with Heavy Rain demo. As it turns out the retail version wasn’t much better than the demo. I spent around 4 hours playing Heavy Rain and lost interest. I was a little apprehensive about dumping any “real” money into Alan Wake, since it seemed similar to Heavy Rain: Heavy on the story and light on the gaming. So I waited until there was a price drop and got my hands on Remedy’s Alan Wake for just over $35.
Alan Wake is a bestselling author
Updated 08-06-2010 at 02:05 AM by javierdlopez
EA's reboot of the Medal of Honor series created some excitement for those of us who enjoy playing military shooters. During this year's E3, EA unveiled their plans for a Beta release the week following E3 to those customers who pre-ordered Medal of Honor. I figured I'd go ahead and pre-order the game via Amazon as I could easily change my mind later on anyhow.
So the day before the beta was set to be released, EA tweeted that the 360 beta would be delayed a week due to unnamed technical
Updated 07-19-2010 at 02:06 AM by javierdlopez
I’ve mentioned it a few times that I’m not a fan of Rockstar. I’ve always found their games to be shallow for the most part. Appealing only to the bratty kids you’d find in your average Halo multiplayer match. To my surprise Rockstar has finally created a title worthy of the hype they’ve received, even if it’s not perfect.
Red Dead Redemption takes place around 1911 at the end of the “Wild West” era. You play as John Marston, a would-be reformed outlaw who’s been tasked with bringing
Updated 07-19-2010 at 03:09 AM by javierdlopez
I've lost interest in TV over the past few years. Fictional shows have become all too predictable for one, and I hate that all shows are designed after soap operas, where episodes end in a cliffhanger every week. I will watch some reality TV shows from time to time, though. I'm always amazed at what people are willing to do in front of a camera.
So I recently downloaded 3 episodes of the PS3 exclusive
Updated 03-12-2010 at 08:51 PM by javierdlopez
OK, so I've had a week or so of online play, and I have to say this game has become extremely addictive. What really stands out with this game, is the necessity for teamwork. MW2 was tons of fun, but for the most part, people don't work as a team, at least I've never felt that way. In BF:BC2, it's essential for your squad to work together if you want to be successful.
So how does DICE get people to work together and not just go out and play solo? They give tons of XP bonuses for teamwork