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For as long as I can remember, there has been one series that’s dominated the kart racing genre in video games.  Eagerly trying to break into the genre, many imitators have tried their hand at besting the massively successful Super Mario Kart franchise.  A few days ago, I was lucky enough to be invited to the beta for the latest attempt by Sony:LittleBigPlanet Karting.  While it’s impossible to deny that this game borrows heavily from Nintendo’s time-tested series, it adds the flair that makes the LittleBigPlanet games amazing to the mix for an experience that could prove to be quite a competitor.

Mass Effect: Paragon Lost serves as a prequel to the events of Mass Effect 3.

K is an anime I have been keeping an eye on, because so far it's looking good. The creators of this series continue to release more information about the characters, bit by bit. They have, for instance, released basic bios on the major characters on their official site, and on their English language Facebook page.
I have included some of the initial character pages released below.

The video game character who deserved his own video game for YEARS has finally got his due! Deadpool, AKA Wade Wilson, AKA The Merc with the Mouth has his own game, and it is bloody and filthy

There have been quite a few video game crossovers in the past 2 years, but they can't compare to Project X Zone, an action strategy game jointly brought to you by Capcom, Namco, and Sega

After the intense opening chapter that was The Walking Dead: Episode 1, there is a lot to live up to for the second episode.  Episode 2: Starved for Help takes the formula established by the first and continues to evolve both the story and gameplay.  Not focusing as much on item collection this time around, ambiance, action and decision-making take a lead role.  I’d like to take this moment to warn anyone that hasn’t played the first episode of this game; this review may contain some spoilers.

Oh yeah. The rumors are true. There's a new gaming console in development call Ouya and you'll never guess the OS in this bad boy. Ouya is a $99 box running on the Android platform and focuses on free gaming. Here's

Silent NinJas Are No Fun Unfortunately, I, NinJaSistah have been struck voiceless and will not be able to contribute to a new episode of the ESH Podcast this week. I hope to be off meds and back to normal NinJa operating performance