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I Am Alive

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Posted on November 7, 2011 AT 12:21pm
Centered around the tale of a father who finds himself stuck on the other side of the country after a natural disaster of unknown origins, I Am Alive isn’t filled with aliens, brain-biters or post-nuclear knuckle-draggers, focusing instead on the simple yet daunting task of navigating the devastation and danger left when the world goes to hell in a handbasket. READ MORE



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EGM Feature:
The 5 Most Influential Japanese Games
Day Five: Final Fantasy VII

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Posted on November 4, 2011 AT 01:05pm
All this week, EGMNOW.com takes a look at our picks for the five most influential Japanese videogames ever released. READ MORE



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EGM Unboxed: The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword Limited Edition

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Posted on November 4, 2011 AT 09:00am
EGM takes a look at the contents of The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword Limited Edition and lets you know if its worth the extra cash. READ MORE



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Hands-On: Need for Speed: The Run – Single Player

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Posted on November 4, 2011 AT 01:58am
EA Black Box – the studio behind the biggest racing franchise in the gaming world – has something special up its sleeve. Need for Speed: The Run takes risks in a series already marching to the beat of its own drum; past iterations have swapped their leanings from simulation (Shift) to pure arcade fun (Hot Pursuit), while also playing around with how much you could customize your cars. The Run has broad appeal by sitting comfortably in the middle of these spectrums. Add to that the tasteful introduction of both an outside-the-car protagonist and the new Frostbite 2 engine, and you have the makings of a game well worth the ride. READ MORE



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EGM Review:
Batman: Arkham City: Nightwing DLC

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Posted on November 3, 2011 AT 01:19pm
So, with Batman: Arkham City featuring Catwoman and Robin as playable challenge map characters, it would only make sense that the next member of the Bat-family to be featured would be the original sidekick for the Caped Crusader in the form of Grayson. But is he worth the $7 DLC price-tag (560 Microsoft Points) he comes with or should he simply retreat back to the shadows? READ MORE



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EGM Feature:
The 5 Most Influential Japanese Games
Day Four: Street Fighter II

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Posted on November 3, 2011 AT 01:00pm
All this week, EGMNOW.com takes a look at our picks for the five most influential Japanese videogames ever released. READ MORE



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EGM Feature:
The 5 Most Influential Japanese Games
Day Three: Super Mario Bros.

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Posted on November 2, 2011 AT 12:00pm
All this week, EGMNOW.com takes a look at our picks for the five most influential Japanese videogames ever released. READ MORE



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EGM Feature:
The 5 Most Influential Japanese Games
Day Two: Pac-Man

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Posted on November 1, 2011 AT 01:30pm
All this week, EGMNOW takes a look at our picks for the five most influential Japanese videogames ever released. READ MORE



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EGM Review:
Lord of the Rings: War in the North

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Posted on November 1, 2011 AT 09:00am
If you’re any bit of a Lord of the Rings fan, you’ll be blown away by the lengths the development team went to make this look, sound, and feel faithful to that universe. READ MORE



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EGM Review:
Sonic Generations

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Posted on November 1, 2011 AT 09:00am
For 20 years, Sonic the Hedgehog has been the fastest videogame character in the world. Sega’s original Sonic series managed to compete with Nintendo’s heavy hitter, Mario, because it gave players not only speed, but also multiple paths through every level. This core’s held over the years, even though the move to the third dimension hasn’t fared as well for the blue furball. Sonic: Generations brings the old and the new together, literally pitting the original 2D and current 3D Sonic in a tale intended to make original and current Sonic fans happy. Unfortunately, it only works half the time. READ MORE



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Hands-On: Lollipop Chainsaw

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Posted on November 1, 2011 AT 07:59am
Suda51 loves nothing more than to parody American culture as well as mix in some musical aspects to his games and so a lot of the elements to his upcoming hack ‘n’ slash zombie fest Lollipop Chainsaw should come as no surprise. Described as sex, blood, and rock ‘n’ roll, Lollipop Chainsaw follows one Juliet Starling, a former cheerleader of San Romero High School (named such in tribute to the father of modern zombie culture, George A. Romero) and how she must put down many of her former classmates who have been turned into the walking undead. READ MORE



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NFL Blitz Lead Designer Yuri Bialoskursky talks Online Modes with EGM

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Posted on October 31, 2011 AT 06:04pm
EGM’s own Brandon Justice had a chance to catch up with NFL Blitz‘s Lead Designer, Yuri Bialoskursky, about what new features we can expect in Blitz's online modes! READ MORE



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EGM Feature:
Top 5 Games That Scare the S*** Out of Us

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Posted on October 31, 2011 AT 04:57pm
Games can educate us, entertain us, and enlighten us in many ways. They are also often more capable than any poorly written Hollywood blockbuster in scaring the s*** out of us and these terrifying tales are a testament to the medium’s interactive experience. So, in honor of this most horrific of holidays, we here at EGM have compiled a list of our top five games, in no particular order, that have probably collectively taken a couple of years off our lives and forced us to change our pants on several occasions. READ MORE



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EGM Feature:
The 5 Most Influential Japanese Games
Day One: Space Invaders

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Posted on October 31, 2011 AT 12:00pm
All this week, EGMNOW takes a look at our picks for the five most influential Japanese videogames ever released. READ MORE



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EGM Review:
inFamous: Festival of Blood

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Posted on October 29, 2011 AT 09:00am
Pyre Night in New Marais brings out all the weirdos: party girls wearing masks and horns, goths trying to get their cool drunk on, and vampires wanting to resurrect some seriously evil vamp queen named Bloody Mary. Can Cole quench her blood lust in this standalone side story? READ MORE



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EGM Review:
House of the Dead: Overkill: Extended Cut

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Posted on October 26, 2011 AT 06:30am
Back in 2009, an arcade classic was in desperate need of a makeover—and, of all places, it came from the Wii, surprisingly enough. The House of the Dead: Overkill served as a prequel for the immensely popular lightgun House of the Dead games and explained, sort of, both the origins of Agent G (the series’ main protagonist) and the zombie-causing formula he’s fought for 15 years—all wrapped in a ’70s B-movie setting with over-the-top voice acting, tons of sex and swearing, and cheesy moments galore. Looking to capitalize on that surprising success, Sega’s ported the game over to the PS3 with some upgrades in hopes of catching lightning in a bottle with a new audience. READ MORE



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EGM Review:
The Cursed Crusade

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Posted on October 26, 2011 AT 06:00am
The Cursed Crusade revolves around the idea that those who commit heinous crimes against their fellow men—whether in the name of God or not—see their bloodline marked for generations, and that their descent to hell is guaranteed. I think this game may suffer from the fate it laid out for several of its in-game characters. READ MORE



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EGM Review:
Kinect Sports: Season Two

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Posted on October 26, 2011 AT 05:00am
When Kinect launched last year, several titles showed off the possibility of the peripheral, but few had the lasting appeal of Kinect Sports. Fun when played individually—but truly appreciated with a group of friends—the game made a clear, lasting impression on the casual market. Now, Microsoft looks to see if they can reel in soccer moms again with Kinect Sports: Season Two. American football, baseball, golf, darts, tennis, and skiing are all featured in this newest iteration—and if you thought you broke a sweat before, you ain’t seen nothin’ yet. READ MORE



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EGM Review:
Motion Sports: Adrenaline

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Posted on October 26, 2011 AT 04:02am
The MotionSports series is Ubisoft’s attempt to give gamers a more realistic alternative to the Kinect Sports offerings while also providing a variety of different sports. Since Kinect Sports took a cue from several of the original MotionSports games and added football and skiing to their gamut of minigames this year, MotionSports decided to go a step further with Adrenaline and focus on extreme sports: mountain-climbing, kite-surfing, wingsuit-gliding, mountain-biking, kayaking, and the return of skiing. But could they fix their own flaws from their first go around? READ MORE



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EGMNOW Webcomic: Ride The Cole Train

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Posted on October 25, 2011 AT 04:06pm
In the latest installment of our series of EGMNOW-exclusive webcomics, we talk to Gears of War's Augustus "Cole Train" Cole about his ambitious spirit. READ MORE



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