Monthly Archives: May 2012

Demo Impressions: Steel Battalion Heavy Armor

Living up to the legend! As I have blogged about in the past, I am very excited for the release of an all-new Steel Battalion game.  What once was the most complex simulation game available on consoles has returned with … Continue reading

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SUPERGHOST’s Haunted House of XBOX: It’s Just Business

Slowing down for the Summer. Towards the end of April of this year I was lamenting the fact that my blog post production had dwindled down to a trickle after about a year and a half of constant output.  The … Continue reading

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Halo Highlight Reel: Crunching Numbers Edition

Reach-ing to new heights! Top Shot – Anniversary: Earned 3 headshots in a row in a matchmade game Gamerscore = 50     Unlocked on 16/11/2011 Today I happened to look at my Halo Reach stats as I wanted to see how … Continue reading

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Now Playing: Minecraft Xbox 360 Edition

The blocks that rock! Monster Hunter – Attack and destroy a monster Gamerscore = 20     Unlocked on 10/05/2012 The long awaited Xbox 360 version of Minecraft was finally released this week on Xbox LIVE Arcade.  While most people are aware … Continue reading

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Beta: Ghost Recon Future Soldier

‘Ghost’s Recon! While I have not been able to play this beta (or demo) nearly as much as I have liked, what I have played of it has really impressed me.  I have always appreciated Ghost Recon’s over-shoulder view, the … Continue reading

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Redux: Alan Wake’s American Nightmare

Caught in the loop. One Day I’ll Buy a Stapler – You got every manuscript page in the game. Gamerscore = 20     Unlocked on 05/05/2012 Last night I completed my second playthrough of Alan Wake’s American Nightmare.  As I mentioned … Continue reading

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