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Review: Dead Space 2

After starting a series as well as the original Dead Space did, it’s always a point concern that in an attempt to make the experience feel fresh again, the developer might just change too much. In contrast, there’s also worries that the second game will only succeed in watering down the series and leave it feeling stale and stagnant. This is a balance that Dead Space 2 struggles to keep through its 8-10 hour campaign.

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I Could Eat: Curly Wurly

While the driving force behind Tech Olive is based entirely on the US-side of the proverbial pond, you’d be surprised just how many fans we attract from Europe. However, it seems we only attract fans from Europe that are female, because all we’ve heard is whining and crying about our ICE articles lacking their version of “sweets.” So, sit back, pour yourself a cup of tea and enjoy our thoughts on one of the UK’s most popular and oldest treats.

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We’ve all heard the Call of Duty. Millions of us have responded to this Call over the years, but what happens when Duty Calls? That, my friends, is up to you. Whatever you choose, I hope it includes reading this quick review.

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Retro Review: Grand Theft Auto

Undeniably the first of its kind, the original Grand Theft Auto title ushered in a whole new sub-genre of gaming: open world. Nowadays we take this type of gameplay for granted, even going to extremes by often labeling them as “GTA clones.” Today, we pay respect to the game that started a revolution and a series that continues to blow our minds with each new installment.

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I Could Eat: Sour Patch Blue Raspberry

I Could Eat is a feature that showcases a scrumptious snack or drink that we think other geeks and gamers “could eat” (in other words, would greatly enjoy). If you have any snacks or drinks that you think are worthy of an I Could Eat shout out, let us know!

Children everywhere have come to know and love blue raspberry as a flavor, but what do we actually know about this flavor? Blue raspberry is the Santa Claus of the candy industry; rooted in fact, but completely fictional for all intents and purposes, except to make the candy makers more money.

Moving onto the topic at hand, it’s no secret that I’m a fan of just about every Sour Patch-branded edible snack ever made. And much to my surprise, I found yet another variation that to which my tongue is a virgin. This is an issue that will meet its remedy today.

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Retro Reviews of 2010

On the last day of every month we [usually] write a review of a classic video game of yesteryear. While today is the last day of the month, it’s also the last day of the entire year, so we’re going to recap all of the Retro Reviews that we’ve posted in 2010 and put them all in this one convenient post for you to nostalgically enjoy. Please join us after the break for all the retro goodness of 2010.

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I Could Eat: Santa’s Face

I Could Eat is a feature that showcases a scrumptious snack or drink that we think other geeks and gamers “could eat” (in other words, would greatly enjoy). If you have any snacks or drinks that you think are worthy of an I Could Eat shout out, let us know!

It’s Christmas, so I wanted to do something festive. If I have to deal with all this Holiday music everywhere I go, then you’ll be suffering too. And, because it’s Christmas time, the best themed edible I could find was Santa’s face. As this Holiday’s mascot says: gobble gobble. [Editor's note: That's Thanksgiving, stupid.]

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I Could Eat: Oreo Cakesters

I Could Eat is a feature that showcases a scrumptious snack or drink that we think other geeks and gamers “could eat” (in other words, would greatly enjoy). If you have any snacks or drinks that you think are worthy of an I Could Eat shout out, let us know!

For several months, the Oreo Cakesters have taunted me from the shelves of the snack aisle. Could they really deliver on their promise of soft Oreos without the need for milk? Or was this all just marketing hype and black-magic trickery? Today I will put my money, mouth, and stomach on the line to answer this great mystery. Paramedics are standing by.

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Review: Bejeweled 3

Undisputed kings of the casual gaming scene, PopCap Games entrust us with the third installment in what is arguably their most popular series yet, Bejeweled. Is there enough left to squeeze out of this tube of toothpaste? Or will we be left with an all-too-familiar feel that we just paid a hefty $20 for?

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Review Roundup: Super Meat Boy

Still not convinced that Super Meat Boy is a really good game? We can’t blame you. We wouldn’t trust us either. For even more opinions, we had to search a little deeper for PC reviews of Team Meat’s challenging platformer simply because nobody gives a crap about PC indie games anymore (except us).

PC Gamer – 90/100
“A delightfully challenging platformer, and the most fun you’ll have by dying repeatedly.”

GamingExcellence – 9.5/10
“If you’ve been looking for a good platformer that actually holds up and lasts for more than a few hours then this is the game for you.”

IGN – 9.0/10
“Super Meat Boy is one of the best modern platformers. It’s infuriating, exasperating, and arduous, but it’s also delightful, thrilling, and hilarious.”

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