Excerpt: Disney Interactive Studios picked the perfect name for this game - Pure. This is the cleanest ATV racing game I have ever played. Pure is also one of the most intelligent racing games (editor: that includes tricks) I have played in a long time. Preload for jumps, then while in the air perform a low level trick to increase the boost bar. Soon the second level tricks come up, and finally the third level tricks.
Excerpt: Internet Explorer 9 is finally usable by everyone who owns an Xbox 360. The recent Dashboard update brought quite a few things to the table, but the most apparent feature, is that of Microsoft's long running Web browser. We've been giving the browser a spin since the new Dashboard update went live, (you can read Our Thoughts On The Latest Xbox Live Dashboard Update ) and from what we have seen, Internet Explorer 9 on the Xbox 360 is ok-ish.
Excerpt: Bill Gates finally gave us an upclose look at his new game console at the 2005 E3 convention in Los Angeles this past week. Taking it one step closer to being the next big thing to arrive on the gameing scene.Upside: The new Xbox is notably smaller and more curvaceous than its brutish predecessor. The front panel is dominated by an oversize power button, but the look and feel can be customized with a variety of interchangeable faceplates.
Excerpt: Hydrophobia has had a bit of a rough time in regards to the amount of criticism that it has received, although developer Dark Energy Digital certainly didn’t take this criticism lightly and have taken a long, hard look at the game to see what could be fixed. A simple 4mb patch can do an amazing amount of things and I have nothing but good words to say about the amount of effort and research which must have went into all of the improvements found inside the Pure patch.
Excerpt: Senior Vice President Don Mattrick reveals Microsoft's brand new, slimmed down Xbox 360 console at their E3 2010 press conference. The new unit features a slick new design and integrated wireless internet.
Excerpt: When I was asked to review the game “Clover,” I had to ask what it was about. It was described to me, simply, as a “Watercolour Political Platform Puzzler” Indie game. This had me both intrigued and concerned at the same time. Hearing that it was an Indie game, I decided to give it the benefit of not reading all the online hype about the game.