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Sega gets credit for never giving up. In their efforts to produce a definitive next-gen console Sonic title, they have have pulled out a seemingly incorrigible number of configurations and gimmicks with the hope of pleasing fans. The results have been widely considered less-than-stellar, if increased calls to support honorable hedgehog euthanasia are any indication. Even Sonic 4: Episode I, an attempt to take players back to Genesis roots, has been met with mixed reviews. Now there's Sonic Colors for ...

Nintendo Wii

As soon as my first visit to FanExpo Canada ended last year, I've been counting the days until it comes around again. Not only is it just plain fun, the Expo is a springboard toward my dreams of having hands-on experiences with upcoming games, speaking with prominent members of the game industry and marrying a talented Samus cosplayer (brunette version, please). I have even been so bold as to consider competing in the Super Smash Bros.: Brawl tournament, one of several to be held during the show. Sure, my skills at Brawl could only be considered extraordinary in nursing home circuits and there's a $20 fee to take part, but there's something to be said for ...

It has been nearly a week since Activision's new GoldenEye for the Wii was announced and the concept still remains too nebulous for me to fully digest. The E3 debut video would try to ...