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Disney Universe Initial Impressions

Our review copy is in, come get an idea of what the latest title from Disney is all about.

It's a beautiful thing when review copies arrive early. Unfortunately, for Disney Universe we are embargoed from releasing our review any earlier than its release day, Tuesday, October 25. However, I can talk a little bit about the game in the meantime.

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Dragon Quest Monsters: Joker 2 Review

Why so serious?

What is Dragon Quest Monsters: Joker 2? Is it Pokémon? Is it Dragon Quest? Is it Monster Hunter? Is it Monster Rancher? As I'd never played a Dragon Quest Monsters game before, I began to discover it has elements of all the monster-related games above, believe it or not. The variety of Pokémon, the skill-set making and monsters of Dragon Quest, the attempts to defeat giants who can maul a team of hunters, and the careful balance and planning of crafting and synthesizing a quality monster.

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The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings Review

"He who fights with monsters might take care lest he therby become a monster. And if you gaze for long into the abyss, the abyss gazes into you." - Nietzsche

The Witcher 2: Assassin of Kings is arguably the best role playing game to have come out this year and can easily be ranked as one of the top Western RPGs in the last decade. It is that rare game where you can tell the team over at CD Projekt Red truly loved the source material and put in all the effort they could to convey the story of Geralt of Rivia, as faithfully as possible, to anyone who plays the game.

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Disney Universe Hands On Preview

Jason Ross stopped by the extravagant Disney Interactive booth to play a bit of the upcoming multiplatform title, Disney Universe.

Let me begin by saying the Disney Interactive booth was most certainly one of the most expansive booths at all of E3 this year. There were two main sections aside from the meeting areas, and they were some of the most elaborate and colorful E3 areas here. On one side, was a Phineas and Ferb coffee house, where Disney elected to give away free flavored coffee. Don't ask me how it was, I don't drink coffee, sorry! The other side was made to look like the interior of a house: There was a kitchen, with custom Mickey Mouse and Disney magnets, a computer area, where E3 guests could try out a Disney computer title or two, and then a living room-type area, where Cars 2, Disney Universe, and a few other titles were on display.

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