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Battlefield 3 Beta Sneak Peek

One of the most anticipated and talked about games for 2011 is no doubt Battlefield 3.  The beta goes live for the world on September 29th, but for cool people like myself, as well as people who bought last year’s Medal of Honor, who may themselves also be cool people, get to dive into the […]

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Blame PSN being down, the Portal 2 Review is finally here

Back in 2007, Valve released the Orange Box bundle, the featured title of which was the long awaited Half Life 2 Episode 2 and Team Fortress 2. The bundle also included the first Half Life 2, episode 1, and an experimental game called Portal. Portal was this weird first person platform puzzle game that was developed by […]

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On the Outside, Looking In – PSN Outage Thoughts

I have always had this internal struggle with myself. Growing up, I owned the original Playstation and was definitely a Sony fan girl. In fact, part of me still is. I own a Sony mini-disc player, Walkman, camera, memory cards, PDA (Personal Digital Assistant), PSP, and a slim Playstation 2. So, when the Playstation 3 […]

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KontrolFreek Giving Away Sony’s Next Generation Portable (NGP)

Last week, the social networks and blogs were flooded with the announcement of Sony’s latest gadget, The Next Generation Portable. Honestly, looks can be deceiving. At first glance, the NGP looks extremely similar to the original PSP but it’s specs tell a slightly different story. Check out Sony’s full posting on their blog here. However, all […]

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Interview With Cliff Bleszinski

Back like a month ago I got to interview the legendary Cliff Bleszinski of Epic Games, to talk about whats new and what they have been up to. Since my discussion they have announced some cool stuff about multiplayer, delayed the game, and closed the Save Carbine contest.  This article was was originally going to […]


Orlando Calrissian Lives

Are you sick and tired of reading about how George Lucas’s Star Wars movies and no shortage of merchandise have come to permeate our culture? Oh, please go screw yourself already. If you never had an obvious jones to fly the Millennium Falcon and can’t enjoy seeing fully armored stormtroopers mixing with more slave Leias […]

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Look Out San Diego, Here Comes Royal Flush

Hey Y’alls! Royal Flush is making its first ever San Diego Comic Con appearance this year and are we ever psyched!!! Head-Cat, Josh Biggity-Bernstein will be manning booth # 433 with a slew of other Flushers meetin’ and greetin’ all week long. As always, we will have new and old Flushes for sale as well […]

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Sam And Max 301: The Penal Zone Review

A Cleverly written point and click adventure game with genuinely laugh out loud, clever puzzles and a funny puzzle. I have always had a weird love for point and click adventure game, the smart writing, interesting puzzles (even though 90% can be summarized as give this to him, or combine this with that ),and even the frustration that comes when you just can’t figure […]

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RATT ‘Back For More’ In New York

Sleaze rock veterans RATT scurried into Long Island, N.Y.’s Paramount on Thursday, December 19, as part of their In Your Direction tour, celebrating the 35th anniversary of the group’s seminal offering, Out of the Cellar. The rodent-branded quintet, led by gravelly-voiced front man Stephen Pearcy, barreled through a brisk, hits-heavy set that leaned considerably on tracks […]

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The Dead Daisies ‘Rise Up’ Again At The Highline

It’s been exactly one year since The Dead Daisies last played the Highline Ballroom in New York City. And although it would have been difficult to believe at the time, the talented supergroup has become even tighter than they were during their last visit to the Big Apple. Led by the powerful throaty vocals of […]

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Samsung Galaxy S8 Review

  It’s just about time that we post up our thoughts on Samsung’s latest flagship mobile device, the Samsung Galaxy S8. The Samsung Galaxy S7 successes seemed overshadowed by the explosive battery debacle that occurred with the Samsung Galaxy Note 7. As such, Samsung stood to produce a device that not only sets the bar […]

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The Eternal Bond

The Ceremony of Eternal Bonding was announced for Square Enix’s growing MMO, Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn, back at E3 2014. After a few months, the ceremony was released in the game; players were able to start getting hitched when “Dreams of Ice – Patch 2.45” was released in December 2014. The marriage system has no restrictions outside of the fact that you can only bond with one person. Otherwise you can marry anyone regardless of his or her race, gender, or Grand Company alliance. It also is a completely free service to all players but of course, there are premium packages available for those who want a bit more.