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  1. Total War: Rome 2 - Blood & Gore - An Embarrassing Cash Grab

    The video game industry has really embraced the DLC and freemium models, and why shouldn't they when there are so many success stories. I need not point out the sheer amount of money games like Candy Crush Saga or League of Legends are earning. Truthfully, it does irk me that companies are able to pull this kind of thing off. I have utmost respect for games that still put out proper expansion packs or even a decent sized DLC. But then you have the embarrassing cash grabs, the shameless display ...
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  2. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Dual Destinies Released

    I've been counting down to this day for months now. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Dual Destinies was released on the Nintendo eShop today. Unfortunately, the title is a digital release. It will only be available on the Nintendo eShop and not through retail channels. The good news, however, is that it is being priced at a very reasonable $29.99. For those of you who took advantage of the Fire Emblem and Shin Megami Tensei deal, here's your chance to spend the $30 voucher.

    I can't ...
  3. BlackBerry Messenger (BBM) Rollout

    Blackberry Messenger is, of course, the highly anticipated chat application from the Canadian company Blackberry (previously known as Research in Motion). Originally for Blackberry devices only, the BBM app is now being made available for both iOS and Android. Blackberry Messenger is seen to be on the very few undisputed advantages that Blackberry 10 has over its competitors and is one of the few features that are mentioned time and time again in support of Blackberry's failing mobile devices. ...
  4. Pokemon X and Y Review

    I've been a fan of Pokemon since Red and Blue. As with many from my generation, I remember the countless times I would restart the game with a fresh save file and relive it all over again. There's something to be said about the longevity of the series, there's obviously something that draws us back time and time again. But even as a long time fan, the series started to become stagnant. My enthusiasm
  5. Symphony of the Goddesses Second Quest in Vancouver

    Yesterday night, the Vancouver Symphony performed the Symphony of the Goddesses Second Quest. I missed the first one, but fortunately this time around I wasn't going to miss it. So I ordered tickets pretty early on and was pretty excited for the event. It was pricey, even after using Club Nintendo's discount code (at the moment it is BOKOBLIN) it was $67 per seat.

    The Symphony of the Goddesses is more commonly known as the Zelda Symphony, basically orchestras around the world playing
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