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  • 20Apr

    Josh Holloway poster boy for saving the parks

    To celebrate National Parks Week, Nature Valley has partnered with Lost actor, Josh Holloway. They will also contribute up to $500,000 in 2011 to preserve America’s national parks. “There’s nothing I love more than being outside and exploring the incredible beauty of our national parks,” said Holloway. “However, the parks are facing huge challenges and that’s why I’m excited to be partnering with Nature Valley to help raise awareness and funds for the preservation of our national parks.” To get involved during National Parks Week from April 16-24 visit PreserveTheParks.com to learn more about the project and what you can do. Or watch Josh talk about his favorite national park memories. Pictures like the one attached would definitely be one way to help. I’m sure if Josh posed in the forest in varying states of undress, I think the money raised from that could preserve the parks. Follow

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  • 20Apr

    Review – Section 8: Prejudice (XBLA)

    Rating: T (for Teen) Genre: Shooter Developer: TimeGate Studios Publisher: TimeGate Studios Release Date: April 20, 2011 BUY There is nothing like a shooter to get your blood pumping, your heart racing, or colorful adjectives flying straight from your mouth. This is where Section 8: Prejudice delivers. It has what you would expect from a science fiction first person shooter:, beautiful interaction of futuristic technology such as mechs and jet packs, the storyline that makes you wonder how it ends, and the satisfaction of destroying the enemy. Section 8: Prejudice is the second game in the series of first person shooters found the Xbox Live Arcade. The first game, Section 8 is a still availble on Xbox Live Arcade if you are interested in picking up the first game before playing Prejudice (though it is not required to play). First, make sure that you have enough space on your hard drive

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  • 20Apr

    Featured Facebook Game of the Week – Oceanopolis

    Since we are celebrating Earth Day this week, let’s take a look at Oceanopolis, a recycling game from Greenopolis, a company dedicated to raise awareness and provide information to “Help you to recycle easily, help to save our natural resources for our children’s children, track conservation through recycling and re-use, and educate and reward conservation.” The game Oceanopolis itself places players on their own island for which they are responsible, collecting recyclables, rescuing troubled animals, watering trees, cleaning, and decorating. Cans, plastic and glass bottles appear constantly which need to be collected and recycled (islands come complete with Dream Machines for recycling). Animals with bottle caps stuck in blow holes, or with plastic bottles on their feet also drop by to be examined, rescued, and returned to the wild. The level of difficulty here isn’t very high, just pointing and clicking to pick items up and recycle them. There are

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