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Dungeon Siege 3 review: An Id's paradise {Joystiq}

Jun 30th 2011 4:59PM If you play this game as an RPG and not "another dungeon siege game" it's one of the most enjoyable experiences you can have. Control scheme is lame, but you can quickly adapt if you're a gamer. Co-op is sadly not worth your time, but the single player experience is fantastic. As someone who has played through the game it is obvious many of the complaints are from people who barely started the game, or just played the demo.

The combat is incredibly fun. It easily defeats that of any ARPG I've played. The quests and story are engaging and interesting, and by the end you're tied in to what's going to happen. The decisions you make in the game do in fact change the ending.

It's not perfect, and it has flaws. However I don't believe this game deserves the bashing that it has received. When taken as a single player, one-run-through ARPG it is truly an epic, engaging experience with edge-of-your-seat combat and a story you don't want to end.

Analyst: World Tour demand still high, supplies still down {Joystiq Nintendo}

Dec 2nd 2008 10:16PM Too bad supplies will skyrocket this week after everyone returns their copies due to broken guitars and drums. I went through three different returns before finally convincing best buy to just give me my money back.

GH:WT = RB1 disaster with broken instruments, minus one major difference: RB1 makers shipped you a replacement and let you send yours back at no charge, GH:WT makers require you to pay for shipping both ways (~$20) and then wait a MONTH for them to "fix" it.

I was really pumped to finally get a music genre game, and had heard so much about GH. I was nothing but disappointed that out of the box the instruments were broken.

Anyway, just my 2 cents ;)

Optically challenged computers rejoice! {Download Squad}

Jul 2nd 2008 3:02PM I'd suggest alcohol 52%.

1) it's free, just like what's mentioned here.
2) it's the cleanest and easiest to use. right click on an image, select mount -> mount image.
3) it's small and not a resource hog.

For some reason virtual clonedrive just bugs me.

WiiHD's homebrew guide: hacking doesn't get much easier than this {Engadget}

Jun 24th 2008 3:34PM as stated above, it disabled the OLD twilight hack, but it was re-hacked.

http://hackmii.com/

Virtually Free: Life as a King {Joystiq Nintendo}

Jun 13th 2008 11:53AM Still World of Goo!

Gooey puzzle game FTW!

Wii Move uses Balance Board to confuse the hell out of us {Joystiq Nintendo}

Jun 13th 2008 11:50AM I can't help but feel that the breast physics weren't necessary.

If she was some hot rendered babe maybe, but that creepy grey robot looking thing?

As someone who loves Wii Fit I'm excited when anything claims use of the board, but this trailer does squat for me. It doesn't even intrigue me, I'm just as interested as if I didn't know the game existed at all.

Super Mario OFLC: Legend of the Green G {Joystiq Nintendo}

Jun 13th 2008 11:44AM Without a doubt this is one of the greatest games for the SNES. I will definitely give it a purchase if it hits the VC, even though I can already play it on my modded xbox or PC through emulators.