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Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles: More Zombie Please

There’s nothing more enjoyable than shooting zombies full of holes. It’s even more enjoyable when said zombies manage to scare the piss out of you. Take both of those elements, slap together a storyline that everyone is familiar with and you’ve got yourself Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles for the Wii. The lightgun-like …

Assassin’s Creed 2 Review: “It’s-A-Me, Mario!”

Every year a handful of titles end up being in the “must-have” or “highly anticipated” category. Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed 2 happens to fall under the latter umbrella for 2009. Is it a “must-have” for this year? It depends on who you ask to be quite honest. What Ubisoft did with the original Assassin’s Creed was …

Google Chrome OS Is Coming (For Netbooks)

Earlier today in Mountain View, Google unveiled details of their Chrome OS that was announced earlier this year. The Chromium OS Project was also launched today and it’s Google’s hope that open source developers will lend a hand to build it out. They most recently opened up Wave in the same manner.

Chrome OS is meant to be an …

Verizon Announces Casio G’zOne Rock: G’zWhatsWithTheName?

As tough as Casio’s G’zOne cell phones are, I can’t get past the nomenclature. G’zOne? I’m not entirely sure how to even pronounce the name. Is it G-Z-One? Is it Geez-One? Damn it. I actually used to know how to pronounce it but I’m drawing a blank. Oh, I see here in the press release that Casio/Verizon have shed some light …

New Super Mario Bros. Wii Review: Welcome Back, Old Friend

A sense of nostalgia washes over you when playing through the first level of New Super Mario Bros. Wii. It’s so familiar and different at the same time that it’s hard to pinpoint the last time you’ve felt this way. For most of us it was 1990 when Super Mario Bros. 3 was released in North America. For me that particular title was …

Arvid Nelson Adapts Deadlocke, Loves Heavy Metal

Arvid Nelson’s Deadlocke, which is an adaptation of Christopher Krovatin’s Venomous is out today as a one-shot. Thanks to Dark Horse, TECHLAND has a candid video of Nelson chatting about Deadlocke and Rex Mundi among other things. The cover alone looks pretty cool, right?

In modern-day New York City, a ragtag group of rebellious

Nokia N900 Now Available in the US

Nokia’s Linux-based Maemo N900 is available starting today in the US. It’s not a bad offering considering it comes with 32GB of memory, a 3.5-inch touchscreen and full QWERTY keyboard. The Carl Zeiss 5-megapixel camera is nothing to scoff at either. Too bad it costs $650.

Nokia N900

Rumor Confirmed? Google Phone Coming in ’10?

TechCrunch is reporting that Google will be releasing their very own Google Phone sometime in early 2010. It was originally slated for this upcoming holiday season, but for whatever reason it isn’t. According to TC, current Android developers at Google are testing HTC’s upcoming Dragon device, which will be the Taiwan-based …

Palm Pixi Review: Not Bad, Far From Great

It’s been a good year for Palm. There’s no doubt about that. Given the fact that everyone and anyone thought Palm would be dead in the water after the lackluster year they had in 2008. The majority of the media present at Palm’s CES press conference this year walked away amazed by what they had seen. I tend to hate on everything …

Casio EX-G1: Like a G-Shock, But Not

We’re either getting really clumsy or adventurous.

From the makers of the G-Shock line of watches and ruggedized G’zOne mobile phones comes a rough and tumble digital camera dubbed Exilim G EX-G1. By the looks of it, I doubt I’d ever put in my pocket for fear of severing a major artery in an area I hold near and dear to my …

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