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Pokemon Trading Card Game Review (GBC)

Everyone had Pokemon cards. Some still have them in a shoebox in their closet. Others gave them to friends, or sold them on eBay. Very few, however, actually learned to play the game. With the original cards, i.e. the Base

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Kirby’s Return to Dreamland Review

Everyone loves Kirby. He’s like the Raymond of the video game world. His squishy cuteness has captivated even the most hardcore gamers. However, his latest series of games seem to have lost the spirit of the original Kirby games, forgoing

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Mario Kart 7 Review (3DS)

Mario Kart is a classic. Ever since the days of the SNES, every major Nintendo console has been graced with a version of the spinoff racing title. It was no surprise, therefore, that the new Nintendo 3DS would be receiving

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The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword Review (For Wii)

Skyward Sword, the most recent addition to the Zelda franchise, has taken ordinary gamers and Zelda fans alike all over the world by storm. The amazing  peak of the original  3D Zelda, the legendary Ocarina of Time, has finally been

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Minecraft 1.0- “Full Version” Review

Minecraft- if you haven’t heard about it, then that’s a shame. I’m here to fix that. Minecraft is an open-world sandbox game for PC/Mac/Linux released by Mojang. You start in a world made of pixelly blocks- the dirt, the mountains,

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Game Review: Red Steel 2

Every two weeks, Review Editor Zach Davis contributes his gaming review column. This week instead of the typical classic game review, he’ll be sharing with us a more recent title, Red Steel 2.  You’ve probably never heard of it, or of its

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Musings on Steve Jobs

Although Review Editor Zach Davis isn’t due for another video game review until next week, he has offered his own reflection on the death of Steve Jobs and Apple. You can check out the rest of Zach’s stuff here. Unless

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