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Links from the Mothership

As the weekend approaches, and more specifically as I get ready to take my daughter to her dog training 4-H meeting, it’s time to toss out some links from the week that was:

Let’s start with a Michael Barnes bonanza as Mike was firing off reviews left and right this week and there’s more 3DS stuff to come.

Super Street Fighter IV 3D

Ridge Racer

Samurai Warriors Chronicles

The Dishwasher Vampire Smile

And his latest Cracked LCD: Der Pate (The Godfather) boardgame

Danielle checks out The Arrival Mass Effect 2 DLC.

Brandon plays would be movie star in Yoostar 2 on the PS3.

A tale of two Crysis 2 reviews as Tom Chick reviews the 360 version and Brian Rowe tackles the PC.

Next week I will have reviews of HOARD, Puresim Baseball 4, and maybe Din’s Curse Demon War if I can get the time in and get away from my current gaming addiction, which I will talk about on Sunday.

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Bill Abner

Bill has been writing about games for the past 16 years for such outlets as Computer Games Magazine, GameSpy, The Escapist, GameShark, and Crispy Gamer. He will continue to do so until his wife tells him to get a real job.

3 thoughts to “Links from the Mothership”

  1. Yes, I have successfully commandeered the Gameshark front page once again.

    I think I handed in nine articles over the past week…and I _still_ had time to review Crysis 2 here at NoHS in time to intercept Chick’s negative writeup!

  2. The International Space Station recently had a very close call. The station was almost struck with orbiting debris from other space craft called “space junk” The various satellites, other space stations, and space craft that have entered orbit around the Earth has left a fair amount of debris floating around in space. Individuals aboard the ISS legitimately worry about this, as these objects are moving at five miles a second and can very easily punch a hole through the hull of the ISS.

  3. Oh, I hope your new gaming addiction is Demon’s Souls! I found that game punitively difficult but I still like hearing people talk about it.

    I should check if there’s a Steam demo available for Din’s Curse. Everyone speaks so highly of it, and as much as I’ve enjoyed Titan’s Quest, there’s only so many times you can play the same game over….

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