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Mike’s Likes: Angel

 

Here’s a new thing I’ll be doing periodically here on allyoucangeek. Thisfeature will basically be me telling you what (sometimes vaguely) geeky thing Ilike and recommending you check it out. Why? Because I know what is good andyou do not. Overall, I have better taste in everything than any of you. This is completely irrefutable…


November 9, 2010 0

Silent Hill Movie Sequel Rumor

Silent Hill finally seems to be returning to the big screen after a few years of hiatus. 


November 9, 2010 1

NBA 2K11 Review

So last year for gameprosports.com, I wrote this http://gpsports.blogfaction.com/article/110730/the-world-needs-hall-of-famer-michael-jordan-in-nba-2k10/

 

 

It was right after Michael Jordan was inducted into the Hall of Fame and I was campaigning to get him in NBA2K10. That didn’t happen, but this year it did and then some in NBA 2K11. The result is a game that seems almost specifically made for me. But did it deliver on my dreams? Without further adieu,here is my review:


November 9, 2010 0

Gran Turismo 5 – The Delay

About 3 years ago Gran Turismo 5 Prologue was released on the PS3.  I skipped playing this version as I don’t understand why a developer would charge you for a demo of a game.  Now it’s 3 years later and still we have no Gran Turismo 5. 


October 21, 2010 0

Comic Jumper: The Adventures of Captain Smiley



Comic Jumper is brought to us by Twisted Pixel, the studio brought us a few other games on XBL such as The Maw, and Splosion Man.  I personally haven’t played either of these other two games, but after the fun I had with this one I may be checking those out shortly. 


October 14, 2010 0

Review: Cut the Rope (iPhone)

Cut the Rope is a physics based puzzle game that merges cutesy cartoon graphics with an easy to understand, yet challenging type gameplay. Developed by ZeptoLab, and brought to you by Chillingo, the same folks that released Angry Birds. Cut the Rope is for the iPhone and iPod touch with a separate iPad version out as well. The game brings you a ton of puzzles each getting more difficult as you progress, and all for just $0.99. It also uses Chillingos own leaderboards and achievements system, Crystal, as well as supporting Game Center.


October 10, 2010 0