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Marketplace Delights: Volume 10

Every month, the Hawk gives you the good, the bad and the ugly of the whole Xbox Live Marketplace content. This time we’ll delve into

April 19, 2012 Editorials, Games, Xbox 360
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Bioware Accommodates the Whiny Masses

Upon rolling out its “massive” 1.2 patch earlier this week, Bioware fell into a tad of a PR mess, after offering to give their “most

April 13, 2012 Editorials, Games, PC/Mac
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Battlefield 3 Charges for Grindless Unlocks

Last week, EA released a new bundle of DLC for Battlefield 3 that basically rewards people for being lazy and rich. Called the Ultimate Shortcut

April 04, 2012 Editorials, News, PC/Mac, PS3, Xbox 360
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Minecraft in Space?

Notch has finally announced some details of his new game (go visit the site here). Well, actually, he’s announced some things about his game that

April 04, 2012 Editorials, News, PC/Mac
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April Fools’ Day Hangover

Only 364 more days until the next April Fools’ Day, meaning that there is another year of boring news, mundane announcements, and horribly contrived reality.

April 02, 2012 Editorials, Games
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Editorial: Mass Effect 3 Ending Controversy

As we discussed on the latest episode of The Gamers Garage, Mass Effect fans have raged over the ending of the third title which just

March 14, 2012 Editorials, Games
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MMO Update: February

While MMOs aren’t the most popular genre for the industry, they are still very relevant; especially when Bioware decides to make one. If you haven’t

March 01, 2012 Editorials, Games, PC/Mac, PS3
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Marketplace Delights: Volume 9

Monthly, the Hawk gives you the good, the bad, and the ugly of Xbox Live Marketplace content. This time we’ll delve into 3rd-Person Action-Adventure games.

February 29, 2012 Editorials, Games, Xbox 360
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SCP-087 : Simply Terrifying

H.P Lovecraft once said, “The oldest and strongest emotion of mankind is fear, and the oldest and strongest kind of fear is fear of the

February 21, 2012 Editorials, Games, PC/Mac
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Frederic: Ressurecting Music Games?

What if Frédéric Chopin–the Polish, classical composer from the 1800s–came back to life today? Do you think he’d take the time to school neo synth-head

February 16, 2012 Editorials, Games, Mobile
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