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Certified Geek gets a new mouse! Will he like it? Or is it a miniature Deceptacon programed to destroy the human race one mouse hand at a time?

When I laid eyes on the trailer for the new Lost Planet game, I began imagining what I could expect when the final product debuts.

So let's examine this trailer further:

1. Our Hero

Who is this guy? for one thing, he isn't Wayne, the hero of Lost Planet: Extreme Condition. His name is Jim, and he has a lot more personality than

There were two things I though when I saw this trailer.

1) This looks GREAT!

2) Is this based on some kind of boys love novel?

I've found no other information on this show, other than it's by Gohands, who have produced and animated numerous anime, like Amagaami SS and Puella Magi Madoka Magica.

The plot seems to revolve around students who go to a school for people with supernatural abilities. There isn't any actual boy-on-boy kissing, but they might be saving that for the next trailer.

The last SPEC OPS title I touched was actually on my SEGA Dreamcast back in 2000, so when I first heard that 2K Games was working on a new entry to the franchise, I honestly didn't pay much attention. Then I thought about how much I had been enjoying 3rd person shooters of late and decided to give this new outting, SPEC OPS: The Line a second look.

...and she's sad to report that she couldn't get an exact figure on the % of wub wub

20120406-135833.jpgIt should be no surprise that Rockstar Games is focused on introducing (and re-introducing) the Max Payne franchise to gamers new and old. What is surprising – at least to me – is that part of the Payne universe is extending to mobile.

20120406-113702.jpgDay one of my PAX East experience started with Agnieszka Szóstak, the Marketing Specialist for CD Projekt RED...the fine folks behind The Witcher 2 and The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings Enhanced Edition