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By Greg Galiffa, September 19, 2012 0 VG Review

When Retro/Grade starts, it ends. The game begins just as our hero, Rick Rocket, defeats its final boss. However, as the credits begin to roll, the continuing explosion Rick caused rips a hole in the time space continuum (or so I assume)… Read More »

By Greg Galiffa, September 14, 2012 0 Columns

Welcome to another round of GamerNode’s new ongoing column, Counterpoint. coun·ter·point n \kaūn-tər-pōint\ 1. The technique of combining two or more melodic lines in such a way that they establish a harmonic relationship while retaining their linear individuality. 2. A contrasting but parallel element,… Read More »

By Greg Galiffa, August 27, 2012 0 VG Review

Having played through LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes, one question keeps running through my mind: Is this a game meant for kids? Well, it certainly is meant for kids, I thought, but not today’s kids. I convinced myself that LEGO Batman 2:… Read More »

By Greg Galiffa, August 17, 2012 0 VG Review

GamerNode Public Service Announcement: There be SPOILERS ahead!! There is only one way to investigate areas and get a closer look at objects and people in the periphery of Spec Ops: The Line: down the barrel of a gun. That may seem… Read More »

By Greg Galiffa, August 8, 2012 0 GN

There are few games on this planet that make me feel like a genius. I say this because I know, in fact, I am not a genius. But experiences like Splice trick me into thinking maybe I am. The problem, though, is… Read More »

By Greg Galiffa, July 13, 2012 0 VG Review

A few hours into Inversion, a group of boorish soldiers, grizzled and uninspired, wonder about the mysterious enemy. Aside from a few unintelligible grunts, the only distinguishing characteristic of the opposing creatures are their advanced weaponry and a collective desire to be Wez… Read More »

By Greg Galiffa, June 9, 2012 0 VG Review

Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Future Soldier just wants to be liked. Its looks to blend its strategic, slower heart (which is still beating strong) with the hastened disarray of current military shooters, never fully committing to one or the other. There’s life in the… Read More »

By Greg Galiffa, June 3, 2012 0 Features

This year at E3, Activison will be covering its bases. From kid-friendly marketing machines, to adult-friendly marketing machines, to deadly killer-robot machines, the publisher’s E3 lineup has a common element. Chief among them is Call of Duty: Black Ops 2…. Read More »

By Greg Galiffa, June 3, 2012 0 Features

Atlus’ E3 lineup may not be as plentiful as other developers, but who cares? It inspires us to get creative with our anticipation. Some confirmed games, such as Persona 4 Arena,  have already garnered attention for the company. Lesser known… Read More »

By Greg Galiffa, June 2, 2012 1 Features

With or without a PlayStation 4 reveal at E3, the upcoming titles for Sony’s aging black beauty show the company still has plenty planned for the system that “only does everything.” Early this month, Sony announced that it will be… Read More »