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Escape to The UnderGarden from Atari

The UnderGarden from Atari and Vitamin G Studios will be a download game this fall (2010) for the Xbox, PSN and PC.  We had a chance to play The UnderGarden a couple weeks ago at a private media event and walked away wanting more.  The game is visually stunning, making us realize what a shame(…)

uWink opening with Atari founder NOLAN BUSHNELL

COIN-OP TV explores the new uWink restaurant which opens this week in Hollywood, California. This new high tech restaurant promises to be a great social environment and the talk of the town! So how does it stack up upon first impressions? Pretty smooth indeed. Waiting outside uWink is a cute motion sensor game in which(…)

Super Smash Bros 3DS Review

Super Smash Bros 3DS Review

There has been a huge amount of hype leading up to the release of this title, partly due to the aforementioned roster of 49 combatants, 15 of which are new to the series.

The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing Review

The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing Review

For an indie game, The Adventures of Van Helsing has a whole lot going for it. Considering Diablo III’s multiplayer wasn’t running on full blast upon release, Van Helsing offers a comparable single-player action RPG experience though its character customization and skill options aren’t nearly as robust. Pour yourself a frosty flagon of mead, dim the lights, and enjoy The Adventures of Van Helsing for what it is- an exciting gothic gaming experience that will definitely give you your money’s worth.

Special Forces Team X – Review

Special Forces Team X – Review

Unique map creation is central to Zombie Studios’ Atari published multiplayer only Special Forces Team X. At the start of each game players are presented with three voting options, each corresponding to a section of the upcoming map. Every map section matches up with every other map section giving players a ton of variation to(…)

Resident Evil 6 – Review

Resident Evil 6 – Review

Resident Evil 6 will be divided into two camps –  those who will appreciate the Resident Evil franchise moving from survival-horror to a more action-oriented design and those who will complain about the franchise not sticking to its roots despite the fact they enjoy playing the game. Resident Evil 6 is broken in three distinct,(…)

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