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WWE All-Stars review: Larger than life

In the last decade, wrestling video games have done an exceptional job of recreating the dense rules, convoluted dramas and worn bodies that comprise the popular television enterprise that entertains the red meat-eating swath of America. It is a strange, slightly silly pursuit: creating a real...

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de Blob 2 Review: The colors, Duke, the colors

Religious cults. Stalinism. Labor camps. WMDs. For a kid's game, de Blob 2 isn't short on adult subject matter -- even if it goes unmentioned in the ESRB box. Having expanded onto Xbox 360 and PS3, has the squeezable platformer grown-up? When we left Chroma City at the end of 2008's Wii-exclusiv...

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Blood Drive review: Where's my cookie?

Blood Drive is the poignant story of the men and women who drive fast cars and kill zombies for sport. There's an announcer, occasional verbal sparring and a bunch of climactic cut-scenes, but let's be honest, you're reading this review because it says "blood" in the title and below that is a pictu...

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Shaun White Skateboarding review: Life as a grind

There's a popular story that goes something like this: A boy asks a punk singer, "How can I be punk?" The singer looks at the boy, bites on his cigarette and kicks over a trashcan, grumbling, "That's punk." "So if I kick over a trashcan, then I'll be a punk?" asks the boy. "No," says the singer....

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