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Upcoming US Anime Releases: February 2012


Not everyone has the patience to wait for shows to be released every week, or the means to watch them as they come out. Aren't you glad I'm here? Here's a list of all those anime you woefully missed that you can pick up this month in the US. Grab your credit card, because some of the box sets ain't cheap.

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FTG Review: Amy (XBLA)

FTG Feature Amy

Thriller and horror games have been a favored genre for many, and with games like Silent Hill and Fatal Frame at the high end of the scale. Amy, from French game studio Lexis Numérique, hopes to follow in their footsteps. Unfortunately, this Xbox Live Arcade title seems to fall short in almost every aspect you can think of. Find out why.

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FTG GameGuide: Hero Academy (iOS)

FTG Feature Hero Academy Gameguide

Hero Academy has taken FTG by storm and has everyone here enthralled by its strategic gameplay. As with most games, especially from the strategy genre, there’s a bit of a learning curve. FTG is ready to give a complete breakdown of Hero Academy, along with a few tips and pointers that will have you well on your way to you first victory screen.

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FTG Review: Mario Kart 7 (3DS)

FTG Feature Mario Kart 7

Mushrooms, shells, boosts, and Stars are abound in the seventh rendition of the Mario Kart series. Does it measure up to previous versions?

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FTG Golden Claymores — Best PC Exclusive

FTG Feature Golden Claymore

AAA titles and extremely well known characters don't always make the game. This year's PC Exclusive Golden Claymore exemplifies that statement.

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Nintendo 3DS Update Finally Launches


An update that was scheduled for almost a month ago was launched and has breathed new life into the basic functions of the 3DS.

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FTG Gamerguide: Stones Of Barenziah Locations For Skyrim’s “No Stone Unturned” Quest

FTG Feature Skyrim Stones Locations

With Skyrim currently on everyone's brains, gamers have set everything aside in hopes to finish as many quests possible. Some of the obscure miscellaneous quests are a little tougher than others though, including the "No Stone Unturned" quest to find the Stones of Barenziah.

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FTG Review: Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword

FTG Feature Zelda Skyward Sword

Nintendo has few franchises as renowned as the LoZ (Legend of Zelda) series. With Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword the series ends for the Wii in what fans hope to be a great way to celebrate LoZ’s 25th anniversary. Link, the Hero of Destiny sets off on another adventure to ...

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FTG Review: Data Jammers: FastForward

FTG Side Article Data Jammers Fast Forward

Some games have a great knack for causing extreme aggravation when being played; Data Jammers: Fast Forward is one of those games. Data Jammers is a game where you play a computer program trying to hack into the Military Industrial Complex called the Vaults of Ouroboros. To accomplish this you must, as a computer program, enter the "network behind the network" and destroy The System to shut down the dark powers controlling it.

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2012 PAX East Tickets Now On Sale!


The Penny Arcade Expo (PAX) is held twice a year, once in Seattle and once in Boston, and tickets for the Boston show have just been released. While PAX started up quite a few years ago in 2004 it has grown to a nation wide celebration hosted by Jerry Holkins ...

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