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  • 23Mar

    ‘Epic Mickey: The Power of Two’ has an announcement to make — its existence

    It was probably going to happen. You knew it, I knew it. And now its announcement trailer is here — one for Epic Mickey: The Power of Two, that is. In it, you’re Mickey with his ever-so-epic paintbrush, and you’ve got Oswald the rabbit (with his first-ever speaking role in Disney history) as your sidekick. Take a look at the announcement below.

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  • 23Mar

    Face importing is fixed in the next ‘Mass Effect 3′ patch

    If you’re particularly attached to your FemShep or DudeShep, having played with them since the beginning, you were likely a little miffed when it turned out you couldn’t import your Shepard’s face into the latest iteration of the franchise, Mass Effect 3. (Read Keri’s review here.) As of today, however, BioWare’s Chris Priestly had some news that would make you a little happier — they’re fixing this in the next patch. Chris wrote today: Ok, I have what I hope is some good news. We have fixed the issue of faces not correctly importing into Mass Effect 3. It will be included as part of the next Mass Effect 3 patch. The not completely good news is that I do not yet have a confirmed date for when the patch will be available. A new patch gets heavily tested by BioWare, EA, Microsoft and Sony before it can be released to the public. We all

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  • 23Mar

    Review – Lumines: Electronic Symphony

    Rating: E (Everyone) Genre: Puzzle Publisher: Ubisoft Release Date: 2-22-2012 Developer: Q Entertainment BUY The Tetris-like puzzler, Lumines, is back and this time on the PlayStation Vita. Lumines Electronic Symphony thankfully brings all the same gameplay with a few interesting twists. As a Vita title the game finds a way to implement touch controls, and luckily it isn’t some annoying gimmick. Electronic Symphony’s avatars, are the catalysts for touch controls, so they aren’t just cute little figures that dance around the corner of the screen anymore—they actually have a purpose. Tapping the rear touchpad allows players to charge their avatar. Each figure has a single player and duel mode ability. This is a simple way to add touch without killing gameplay. The duel mode ability is especially useful for sabotaging your opponent. Using the abilities can change the tide of battle with a simple touch of the screen. Chain blocks

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