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- I'm a proud member of the original Magic: The Gathering generation. In fact, I've still got my original deck sitting around here somewhere, with its (incredibly dated) powerhouse cards like The Abyss, Vesuvian Dopplegangers, and a beat-up Black Lotus. As a result, I was really interested to try out Magic: The Gathering - Tactics, which promised an experience that's both simultaneously familiar and new. After spending some time with the game, I have to say that it's certainly not bad, but it's not nearly as much fun as I remember the original card game being.
- Catch a Killer brings a lot of firsts to Facebook. It's one of the first major social games from MMORPG developer Sony Online Entertainment and one of the first social games to be heavily promoted based on the involvement of a celebrity author. Casual games are frequently based on popular novels and writers, though, and in many respects Catch a Killer feels like a casual game that's been taken online. While it has avatars, items, and energy-based tasks to complete, it's also heavy on mini-games and searches for hidden objects.
- Pretty much everyone who has ever watched a Star Wars film has imagined what it would be like to don the brown robes of the Jedi and wield a humming lightsaber. But being a Jedi means mastering a wide range of skills, something that the browser-based MMO Clone Wars Adventures exemplifies. The game has you taking on an incredibly wide range of tasks, from piloting a starship to reprogramming droids. But while Clone Wars Adventures maintains the look and feel of the series while featuring a large variety of mini-games, much of the content is locked away lest you splurge on a subscription.
- It's a little-known fact that all spies are actually stunning supermodels who infiltrate enemy bases in between photography gigs for posh magazines. Or, at least, that's the impression one gets from playing The Agency: Covert Ops, the action-packed Mafia Wars-style RPG by Sony Online Entertainment. At first, it's tempting to dismiss this fulsome helping of eye candy as little more than a flamboyant advertisement for Sony's upcoming MMO shooter of roughly the same name, but after only a few frantic player battles and rooftop escapes, it's clear that Sony has created a game worth visiting.
- PoxNora was originally a client-based online game developed by a company called Octopi, LLC. Sony Online Entertainment acquired Octopi last year and seems to have relaunched the original game as a Java-based Web and Facebook app. Most gamers associate Facebook games with light, casual fare. PoxNora is a turn-based blend of war game and CCG that's deep, complex, and very demanding.
- The approach of Free Realms - a casual massively-multiplayer online (MMO) game from Sony Online Entertainment, is a simple and familiar one: pack as much free content into as friendly-looking a package as possible and sell upgrades, unlocks and items for real money off the back of that initial experience. The obvious hope is that you'll become enamoured enough with the free portions of the game to pony up for advantages and privileges against other players, and Free Realms has plenty of content put aside for those who are prepared to pay.
- I have a secret: I really like collectible card games. I like the strategy, the lore behind the cards, the way they work together even after expansions, and I especially like getting together with friends. However, I really dislike building the decks, waiting on friends to get together, and spending the money to get the cards to make the right decks.
- Answer: The Jeopardy theme. Question: What song was running through my head as I tried to write a clever lead for this review? While my intro might remind you of the popular quiz program -- and put a catchy tune in your head -- it doesn't capture its spirit. To do that, I'd need music and visuals from the series, along with the charismatic personalities millions of fans have come to adore. So how does the new Jeopardy game stack up against such demanding criteria? Let's find out.