All Posts by: Eddie Inzauto

Final Wii Browser to Launch in April

By Eddie Inzauto, March 24, 2007 0 GN

To everyone who thinks the internet browser on the Wii is a bit, well, lacking, you’ll be happy to hear that Nintendo has announced that the final version of the Opera browser is on its way, and will be available… Read More »

New Line Cinema to Make Gears of War Movie

By Eddie Inzauto, March 24, 2007 0 GN

The rights have been secured. New Line has signed a deal with Gears of War developer, Epic Games, to make a movie based off of the award-winning Xbox 360 game. Lead designer Cliff Bleszinski (better known to gamers as CliffyB)… Read More »

Top 10 (Plus 1) Most Anticipated Games Of 2007

By Eddie Inzauto, March 10, 2007 0 Columns

Experience has taught me that oftentimes, gamers are better off taking projected release dates with a grain of salt, but I can’t help but feel like 2007 is going to be one of the best years in gaming history. There… Read More »

Tag-Team Gaming

By Eddie Inzauto, March 7, 2007 0 Columns

The intense popularity and ever-growing userbase of Xbox Live is surely evidence that online play has become a staple in the lives of many gamers, and furthermore, is a clear indicator that multiplayer gaming is a driving force in the… Read More »

Top 10 Most Badass Video Game Characters

By Eddie Inzauto, February 25, 2007 0 Columns

The story-driven game has become increasingly popular over the last console generation, and has been around even longer. The best video game plots rely on the game’s cast of characters to form a strong story. Without great characters, there is… Read More »

Restrictive Gameplay: What Happened To Realism?

By Eddie Inzauto, February 23, 2007 0 Columns

The video game industry seems to constantly be striving to inject more realism into games. It is hard to read about upcoming games for more than five minutes before eying some claim of vast improvements in this area. It appears… Read More »

MVP 07 NCAA Baseball Review

By Eddie Inzauto, February 23, 2007 0 GN

While the rest of the gaming community is downright infatuated with the Wii’s new control style and the possibilities it opens up, Electronic Arts just isn’t biting. Over the past few years, EA has consistently innovated with its long-running sports… Read More »

Romance of The Three Kingdoms XI Review

By Eddie Inzauto, February 22, 2007 0 GN, VG Review

Romance of The Three Kingdoms XI by Koei is one of those games that players either love, or have absolutely no interest in. Gameplay is of the same variety that longtime fans of the series have come to expect —… Read More »

Social Gaming

By Eddie Inzauto, February 17, 2007 0 Columns

Nerd, geek, dork, antisocial, hermit – these are all titles that may have been awarded to a connoisseur of video games, back during the industry’s infancy. Video gaming was certainly considered a reclusive hobby. Through the years, however, video games… Read More »

Wii Play Review

By Eddie Inzauto, February 16, 2007 0 GN, VG Review

Wii Play has finally hit store shelves here in the U.S. Fundamentally a collection of nine short mini-games, Wii Play is designed to make use of all of the Wii Remote’s methods of control. In fact, the game comes bundled… Read More »