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Resident Evil 4: Wii Edition Rocks!

Resident Evil 4: Wii Edition

My Nintendo Wii has been getting a lot of playtime lately since the release of “Resident Evil 4: Wii Edition“. This game plays so well with the Wii-mote that I can’t even imagine ever wanting to return to the GameCube version. Before the RE4, the Wii had been sitting in my entertainment centre gathering dust. Now if we could only get a game third-person title similar to “Gears of War“. Come one Epic, give us an Unreal engine based game with the third-person perspective that was utilized in “Unreal Championship 2” on the original Xbox! Jump on the Wii band wagon already will you!

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Attack on Pearl Harbor Now at Retail

Fans of arcade-styled aircraft combat will be pleased to hear today that cdv Software Entertainment USA’s Attack on Pearl Harbor for PC has shipped to U.S. retail outlets. Attack on Pearl Harbor is an arcade-action flight combat game that puts the player in the cockpits of some of the most popular American and Japanese aircraft from WWII. Four campaigns packed with historically inspired missions will keep pilots glued to their seats as they fend off waves of enemy aircraft while bombing key targets and torpedoing enemy ships. For more information, please visit http://www.cdvus.com.

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Marathon Hitting Xbox Live Arcade Wed.

MarathonBungie’s pre-Halo first-person shooter “Marathon: Durandal” will be available on Xbox Live Arcade on Wed. alongside “Spyglass Board Games“. Marathon will set you back 800 Microsoft points (while Spyglass Board Games will be available for 400 points). Here’s a small blurb from Wikipedia pertaining to Marathon:

Marathon takes place in the year 2794 aboard a large, derelict spacecraft called the UESC (United Earth Space Council) Marathon. The ship was converted from Deimos, one of Mars’ two moons. The plot of the story sets the player as a superhuman cyborg and focuses around an invasion of the ship by hostile extraterrestrial slavers called the Pfhor(…)

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Welcome to the Official Relaunch

Welcome back to GamingCult.com, the new WordPress based layout now enables me to update the website from any computer in the world. I enjoyed using the .mac/iWeb client, but the fact that I was bound to my Mac was something I didn’t enjoy. Now I can update the website even when I am on the road. So welcome back peeps, sit back, relax and enjoy the brand new GamingCult.com.

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Peggle on iPhone OS Available for $0.99

The iPhone OS version PopCap Games‘ highly addictive “Peggle” is available for $0.99 through the iTunes App Store. The catch is that you have until midnight on June 14 to make the purchase. Be warned though, you might have a hard time doing anything else but play Peggle on your iPhone/iPod Touch.

All Your Entertainment in One… Xbox

On June 1, 2009, Microsoft announced several entertainment focused add-ons to its Xbox Live Service during the Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles, California. Following the keynote, one thing seemed clear, the Redmond Software giant is poised to push its Xbox 360 platform as the media-centric device for your living room. “Our goal has been […]

Zune Marketplace Post on Decabled.com

Visit Decabled.com to view a post of mine that was published pertaining to the recent Xbox Live Entertainment announcements. Click here to go directly to the article.

E3 2009

E3 kicks off in a few days. I’m interested in seeing what will be brought to the table. Surely there will be alot to talk about in the next few days.

Fallout 3: The Pitt Now Available

This one’s for those looking for some extra “Fallout 3” playtime. The Xbox only downloadable content, “The Pitt” is available for purchase through the Xbox Live Marketplace for 800 Microsoft points and weighs in at 492MB . Below is a blurb taken from the XBLA Marketplace: “Pittsburgh was once the industrial center of the pre-war […]

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