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Exitium – An action/RPG that harks back circa Final Fantasy Tactics [Game Review]

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I fear turn-based RPGs may have gone the way of the dodo, but I am finding a little relief in the exploding market of action/RPGs. Exitium is one of the newer of these hybrid games on the market, and I was pleasantly…

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Android App Reviews

The Passenger Ep. 1 – A beautiful and mysterious point and touch game [Game Review]

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Point and touch games are fairly popular, and when I saw The Passenger Episode 1 for 99 cents, I picked it up. The gorgeous hand drawn graphics and puzzling nature initially attracted me to the game as this isn…

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Accessories

Cobra Car Mini-mount – A dashboard mount that sets itself apart [Accessory Review]

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I like to drive and travel quite a bit since Indianapolis is in the middle of quite a few Midwestern cities, and since I’m not from around here, I don’t know where I’m going half the time. So I am…

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Android App Reviews

Hockey Nations 2011 THD – Hockey hits harder in hi-def this year [Game Review]

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I don’t buy a copy of Madden or NCAA football every year nor MLB The Show, though they’re my two favorite sports. I buy NHL every year because it’s the most intense sports game. Hockey games h…

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Android App Reviews

Stardash – A dreary version of Mario… from your nightmares [Game Review]

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OrangePixel has an awesome collection of games for Android, and their latest, Stardash, is a true gem if you’re addicted to platforming games. In the vein of Super Mario and Mega Man, Stardash is level up…

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Productivity

Rocket Launcher – An innovative launcher with a simple minimalistic interface [App Review]

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I went from Touchwiz to LauncherPro to Go Launcher EX, and I am pretty set in my ways. Rocket Launcher, however, gives users a completely different experience. Instead of homescreens, docks, icons, and widget…

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Android App Reviews

Sleepy Jack – Flying through the Xperia Play’s dreams [Game Review]

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Sleepy Jack is a newly released Xperia Play exclusive game by the makers of Cordy. Luckily, I have a Play, and I can let you in on our top-secret gaming experiences. Sleepy Jack is like Cordy in its simplicity an…

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Android Devices

LG Enlighten Review: Verizon’s newest mid-level device shines in its class

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The LG Enlighten from Verizon wasn’t supposed to “wow” me like the high-profile phones that have been released lately. However, the Englighten has a little charm that only small, perfect…

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Samsung

Epic Phone Time: T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S II first impressions

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What’s up, haters? Thinking about getting a new phone? Well maybe it’s time you took a look at the Samsung Galaxy S II for T-Mobile, the follow-up to last year’s Samsung Vibrant. And while it…

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Android App Reviews

Destinia – Equipment, Exploring, and Excavating dungeons keep old-school RPG fans happy [Game Review]

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I, like many others, remember where I was and how I felt when I first play Final Fantasy. Maybe this is the reason a lot of us are die-hard RPG fans, and why we long for the simplistic 8-bit days. Thankfully, develop…

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Android Devices

Motorola Droid Bionic Review: Verizon’s answer to the Galaxy S II is fast, light, and thin

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Verizon’s Droid Bionic is a hotly anticipated, ultimately delayed phone that has the fortune of facing its competition in the same launch timeframe. Bionic vs Samsung’s Galaxy S II phones has b…

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Android App Reviews

Quell – Meditating on the reflections of raindrops and spikes [Game Review]

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Quell is a very simple puzzler with a quality and value that make it an instant classic. Quell sets a new standard for smartphone games, and I almost let this gem of a game fall through the cracks. If it wasn’…

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Android Phones

Motorola Droid 3 Review: A successor to Android royalty, the Droid 3 takes time to love

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The Motorola Droid 3 doesn’t make a good first impression, but the Verizon Android phone eventually grew on me. Though the Droid 3 has a dual-core processor, it doesn’t blaze; though it comes with…

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Android Phones

Motorola XPRT: Sprint’s Own Droid Pro [Review]

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It seems like the wars between the major cell phone companies are always crossing borders. We often get an Android device that looks oddly like an iPhone, or a new Blackberry that borrows some design features fr…

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Android Phones

Verizon LG Revolution Review: Horrifically tame Revolution

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The LG Revolution from Verizon split my head. I can’t for the life of me recall the meaning of the word “revolution,” and if this device really lives up to the definition. The phone isn’…

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