Monthly Archives: October 2012

Fable: The Journey Xbox 360 Audio Review

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Gamers, welcome to the our next Audio review of Fable: The Journey for the Xbox 360 and Kinect.  Get ready to swing your arms about and embark on a journey to Albion. Take a listen and enjoy as we tell you everything you need to know about this game! The Daily Joystick Team Podcast Powered By Podbean Listen to this Continue Reading...

Dishonored Xbox 360 Review

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When you commence playing Dishonored one thing is instantly noticeable.  No, it’s not the shiny visuals or awesome voice acting, nor is it the environment that you’re thrust into.  It’s the simple fact that this is not a sequel to any other game you’ve played before, it’s new, fresh and it’s what we in the industry call a “new IP” Continue Reading...

Daily Joystick Podcast Episode 79

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On this week’s podcast Episode 79, Paul and Larry bring you all the latest gaming news from around the globe, including news that G4 will be cancelling Attack of the Show and X-Play from their line-up.  Also, Assassin’s Creed 3 breaks all pre-order records for Ubisoft.  Its also DLC news day today on the show starting with Minecraft which gets Continue Reading...

Daily Joystick Podcast Episode 78

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Hey DJ Podcast listeners, today we’re pleased to announce a podcast dedicated solely to Dishonored!  That’s right, today’s show starring Damon and Charlotte, plus your gracious host Paul (Boosty) is dedicated to this fabulous game.  So sit back quietly, or make a lot of noise and get yourself detected and tune in to the Dishonored Podcast. The DJ Team Podcast Continue Reading...

Fable: The Journey Game Xbox 360 Review

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Demon doors, silver keys, pet dogs, good or evil decision making, freedom and exploring are some of the key features that essentially make a Fable game what you’ve come to love and appreciate.  Sadly Lionhead Studio’s latest Kinect title ‘Fable: The Journey’ has not only disappointed Fable fans by not adding any of the features you’ve come to expect, but Continue Reading...

Forza Horizon Xbox 360 Audio Review

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Gamers, welcome to the our next Audio review of Forza Horizon for the Xbox 360.  Get ready to take to the open world environment of Colorado in the latest installment of the Forza series. Take a listen and enjoy as we tell you everything you need to know about this ride! Fire it up! The Daily Joystick Team Podcast Powered By Podbean Continue Reading...

Forza Horizon Xbox 360 Review

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Grab your keys, fire your ride up and put the pedal to the metal because Forza Horizon is here and it’s a non-stop ride.  First and foremost, Forza Horizon is an open world racing game that’s kind of a mix and mash between Test Drive Unlimited and Forza Motorsport 4, with a little bit of Need for Speed and Burnout Continue Reading...

Borderlands 2 Xbox 360 Audio Review

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Gamers, welcome to the our next Audio review of Borderlands 2 for the Xbox 360 by Gearbox software.  The vault hunters are back in the biggest sequel in town. Take a listen and enjoy as we tell you everything you need to know about Pandora! Get looting! The Daily Joystick Team Podcast Powered By Podbean Listen to this episode...

Daily Joystick Podcast Episode 76

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On this week’s podcast Episode 76, Paul and Larry are back to bring you all the latest gaming news from around the globe, including news that Microsoft has indeed cut the price of the Xbox 360 here in Australia to a mere $299 in a bid to steal the Wii U and PS3 Slim’s thunder, plus Microsoft gives you more Continue Reading...

New Super Mario Bros 2 3DS Review

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Gamers, welcome to the our next Audio review of the fantastic New Super Mario Bros 2 for the Nintendo 3DS by Nintendo. Take a listen and enjoy as we tell you everything you need to know about Nintendo’s latest title New Super Mario Bros 2. Wa hoo! The Daily Joystick Team Podcast Powered By Podbean Listen to this episode...

Paper Mario Sticker Star 3DS Review

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Paper Mario was one of the best titles to grace the Nintendo console back when it was released on the Nintendo 64.   From there, it sprouted a Gamecube version and a Wii version.  Now the series takes a leap of faith to the 3DS handheld.  Was the jump worth it, or is it a mess of crumpled paper? Gameplay In Continue Reading...