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Wreckateer Review

Angry Birds Goblins 3D.

As one might expect from a controller-free input device, the Kinect has some extremely limited gaming capabilities. The games that fare best are those that stick to a single concept of which the device is properly suited; Wreckateer fits that bill nicely. Using a giant ballista, players will sling fodder at a set of medieval structures that are occupied by a group of goblins. Greater destruction means greater scores and that’s what Wreckateer is all about. Thanks to its precise controls and simple, yet addicting gameplay, Wreckateer proves to be one of the few enjoyable titles for the casual-friendly Kinect.

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Wheels of Destruction: World Tour Review

There’s almost nothing good in this Twisted Metal wannabe.

Following in the footsteps of Twisted Metal and Vigilante 8, Wheels of Destruction attempts to bring a fun, vehicle-driven car combat to PSN. As a budget downloadable title it seemed like Wheels of Destruction would be able to deliver, but the final product doesn’t have much to gloat about.

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Wheels of Destruction Launch Trailer

Wheels of Destruction is now available on the PSN.

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Rocksmith - Megadeth Song Pack Trailer

Three songs are a part of this song pack: Hangar 18, Public Enemy No. 1, and Symphony of Destruction. They're available as a single purchase for $2.99/240MS, or as a 3-pack for $7.99/640MS respectively on the Playstation Network and on Xbox LIVE.

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Ratchet & Clank Future: Quest for Booty Review Rewind

What once made for a great holdover between Tools of Destruction and A Crack in Time is now a side quest that's mostly forgettable.

At this point in time, Ratchet & Clank Future: Quest for Booty serves little purpose. The PSN release is an extremely short 2-3 hour experience that served only as a holdover for the (at the time) upcoming release of A Crack in Time. The entire quest is focused around contacting Clank, given the events that concluded Tools of Destruction. As such, he's not available for use and Ratchet is provided with a few nifty tools to get the job done.

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Ratchet & Clank Future: Tools of Destruction Review Rewind

After a foray on the small screen and a side quest for Ratchet, the duo are back for a traditional experience, now in HD.

Ratchet & Clank's HD debut brings some mixed successes. On one hand, the series has translated beautifully to a higher resolution thanks to its rich worlds full of color and detail. On the other, despite the improved look, the game's mechanics haven't managed to improve significantly enough to handle the often increased on-screen havoc. The resulting experience still proves enjoyable, if only due to the already solid footing of the series and the improved graphics.

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