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REVIEW – FitBit Classic Pedometer Review

Keeping Track of Your Life – Everyone wants to be healthier, right?  But Americans are busier than ever and finding the time to properly exercise is impossible…  Blah blah, we have all heard this before.  But have you wondered how active, or inactive, you really are? What is a FitBit?  In short, it is very …

REVIEW – Johnny Hotshot (3DS eShop) Review

Help Me – UFO introduced Johnny, their “Mario,” with Johnny KungFu over the summer.  While Johnny’s original adventure depicted him as a retro fighting master, this blond haired hero makes his return as a wild western sheriff in Johnny Hotshot, a $5.99 3DS eShop download.  But like pretty much every other UFO game, the quality …

REVIEW – Smart Girl’s Playhouse Mini (DSiWare) Review

Smart or Ignorant? Instead of being called a “game,” Smart Girl’s Playhouse Mini is more like an app that is designed for very young female DS owners.  It is unfair to rate these types of child games against modern games but this mini game compilation is so bare bones that I still would not recommend …

REVIEW – Zone of the Enders HD Collection (PS3)

Matured Never reaching more than a lukewarm cult following, the Zone of the Enders series, created by famous game designer Hideo Kojima, is probably most remembered for being bundled with a coveted demo of Metal Gear Solid 2 back in the PS2’s heyday.  Just like the Metal Gear Solid HD Collection, these games have received …

REVIEW – Transformers: Fall of Cybertron (PS3)

Pleasing Fans and Action Junkies – Following up War of Cybertron (2010), High Moon has once again created a game that is bound to please fans of the series and anyone just looking for some high paced action.  In fact, I think these games are more entertaining than the movies; instead of watching whiney human …

REVIEW – Disney Princess: My Fairytale Adventure (3DS)

Anyone that looks at this game’s boxart will instantly know what to expect – this is a game designed for young girls so it would be unfair to review it using standard terms.  Let’s just be honest here; parents are going to buy this game for their young daughter(s) simply due to the fact that …

REVIEW – Kingston 128GB SDXC Class 10 Memory Card Review

Kingston has recently released 64gb and 128gb SDXC Class 10 memory cards.  For exact specs and more details, you can check HERE and HERE. You know what is great about Kingston products?  Durability.  In fact, Kingston is so confident in their products that they back everything with a lifetime warranty.  With this said, this new …

REVIEW – Astro Gaming A50 Wireless 7.1 Surround Sound Headset Review

There has been an explosion in the audio market over the last couple years.  From Dr. Dre’s mass appeal and well marketed Beats Audio technology, to Skull Candy’s wide line up of audio products, to the clarity of Able Planet’s patented Linx Audio system, to the readily available Tritton and Turtle Beach units, consumers have …

REVIEW – Kontrol Freek – INFINITY and HAVOK Analog Stick Accessory Review

Back in 2009, Kontrol Freek released a couple of controller attachments: the FPS Freek, designed for First Person Shooters, and the Speed Freek which was designed for racing games. For around $10, these analog stick doohickeys were marketed towards the more hardcore gamer looking to gain a slight edge during competitive gaming. Listening to fans …

REVIEW – Samurai G (3DS eShop)

Staying Out of Reach UFO Interactive has been heavily supporting the 3DS eShop.  But like most of their titles, Samurai G continues the trend being low quality shovelware. Like many other mobile line racer games, Samurai G is a very straightforward game.  With one button to jump and one button to attack, your samurai avatar …