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GayGamer Week in Review - Week Of 2/20/2011


  • SuperSwede gave us his impression of the beautifully horrific Dead Island Trailer.
  • I continued my I Choose You! articles and showcased Slugma, Rotom, and Gulpin.
  • Wootini shared some awesome news with us and talked about being a gamer no matter how old you are on this week's video podcast.
  • Reviews: NaviFairy was pleasantly surprised by the intricate puzzles in Explodemon; SuperSwede gave us a flash review of The Great Gatsby; I thought Stacking was a charming mini-adventure that will change the way you play with dolls; and Devil May Cry 4: Refrain is a short compact game anyone will enjoy.
  • While Level-5 will be having a live webcast for the Japanese release of Professor Layton and the Mask of Miracle, Konami is releasing a similar sounding game called Doctor Lautrec and the Forgotten Knights.
  • VorpalBunny shared a poignant, virtual coming out story.
  • This week's PlayNerd centerfold featured the dashing Andy Schatz, founder of Pocketwatch Games.
  • Pressing the jump button before your second jump to double jump? Craziness! NaviFairy examined the unconventional, against-the-grain controls of Explodemon.
  • EA announced that Mirror's Edge 2 was cance-I mean, "stalled."
  • Tekken Tag Tournament 2 got a new trailer showcasing the game's new features, characters, and loads of nostalgia.
  • In this week's Animal Crossing diary, Wootini got a double dose of animal loving as Narnia celebrated his birthday and Valentine's Day.

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