Digi-Tiles

Weekly Video Game Post – April 10, 2010

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Weekly Video Game Podcast – Apr. 10, 2010 <83 mins (75.5 MB)>
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  • Jamie Gore, Chris Karpyszyn and Steve Wood
  • This is the 50th podcast on the site. We’re just getting started…
  • I’ve scientifically proved that Sega sucks. Yay science!
  • Mario vs. Sam Fisher. Winner: EVERYONE!
  • All our sales data comes from www.vgchartz.com
  • Continue reading for this past week’s release dates and expanded sales figure

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Madness Brewing Weekly Video Game Newsletter #001

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Well, it almost drove me insane between the editing issues and the podcast but the first Weekly Video Game Newsletter is out. I apologize in advance if there are any formatting issues as Word was giving me a major headache. The feature article for this week’s issue goes over all the big titles that are supposed to be released in the second quarter of 2010 (April through to June). There are also several reviews and Hall of Fame write-ups that were already featured on this site so you can take them with you to read on the go if you have a Kindle or some other e-book. There’s also a really interesting look at just how bad Sega’s sales have become. People complain about the Sonic games but it looks like all their games are garbage.

The newsletter is free of charge. The next issue will be published on Wednesday and will be a weekly fixture on the site. It is in PDF format so you can take with you on an e-book or a Kindle, read it on your computer screen, or print it off and read anywhere you want.

If you have any questions or comments, send them to madnessbrewing@gmail.com

Digi-Tiles (Video Game Review)

Video Game Review
Digi-Tiles
Sony Playstation Portable (PSP Mini)
2010
Developed by: Sony
Published by: Sony

I was really looking forward to Digi-Tiles when it was released. I love puzzle games and I love math puzzles. To me, this seemed there was a great chance for success here. The problem is that I forgot that it was also a Sony published PSP Mini game. Not only was I disappointed with this game but it made me frustrated that I wasted a couple of bucks. Even when I dislike games, I never get angry that I spent the money on them (upset sure, but never do I feel rage). Digi-Tiles changed all that.

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