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Fable Legends - "Heroes of Albion: Flash"

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Jumping Flash! Review Rewind

Better hop to it.

Ever since the Atari 2600 debuted in 1977, it's been fairly customary for at least one game developer to bring something new to the table just in time for the launch of a new gaming system, or soon after. In 1995, developers Exact and Ultra gave us a little ditty called Jumping Flash-- a game with roots that can be traced back to Exact’s previous 3D platformer Geograph Seal on the Sharp X68000. I remember playing a demo of Jumping Flash back in 1996. After a few minutes of leaping and smashing enemies on impact, I knew I was in love.

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Nerds Without Pants Episode 56: An Arrow Flashes in Mordor

When Angelo is away it's all just comics and TV shows, damnit!

Welcome back to Nerds Without Pants! Angelo is out this week, which means Patrick and Julian talk way too long about comic books and TV. But at least we bookend it with some Destiny and Shadow of Mordor.

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Flashback - Story Trailer

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Paper Wars: Cannon Fodder Review

It's not the "worst game ever" but that certainly doesn't mean it's good.

Finally joining the WiiWare ranks, Paper Wars: Cannon Fodder has earned something of a reputation thanks to its unique marketing spin. Sarcastically referred to by its developers as “the worst game ever,” Paper Wars doesn't quite fit the bill. Don't mistake that to mean that Paper Wars is actually good – it's not. Like many of WiiWare's recent offerings, Paper Wars: Cannon Fodder would be better served as a free Flash game in your browser, made specifically for wasting time at work.

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Zombii Attack Review

The N64 was two, almost three generations ago, right?

I would call myself a gaming enthusiast – someone who can appreciate just about any type of game for its unique merits. As such, I rarely see any game as a complete and total waste; Zombii Attack is one of those rare exceptions. Surely, it'd be better off buried somewhere out in the desert next to the Atari version of E.T..

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DCU Getting Flash DLC

DC Universe players are getting Flashed (ugh) later this year.

The second pack of downloadable content has been announced for DC Universe Online. Titled Lightning Strikes, the DLC includes electricity powers, making it the 8th power set, and a new adventure starring The Flash. Legendary players will get this content for free while other players can purchase the DLC for $9.99.

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Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon Preview

This surprise title from Nintendo's Press Conference will add a few new elements to the classic Luigi's Mansion formula.

It's been nearly a decade since the gaming world first experienced Nintendo's charming ghost adventure, Luigi's Mansion. Today, Nintendo surprised gamers by revealing the next title in the series, Luigi's Mansion 2, coming to the 3DS next year in 2012.

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Gravitronix Review

Frustrating control and a lack of options produce an undesirable result.

Gravitronix is a simple title created by upstart company, Medaverse Studios. Players will control a small device that can both attract and reflect the floating items on the field. They must keep the items from hitting their shields on one quadrant of the circular field, and ultimately keep the items from penetrating their shields. A single item to bypass the shields will result in loss.

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