Ausie-Nintendo: Star Wars: Republic Heroes Review

Star Wars: The Clone Wars – Republic Heroes is a decent title, most likely one that kids would get the most out of. It's of a decent length, and two player co-op adds a lot to the experience. The camera issues can be frustrating though, and there are a few little glitches here and there, like being able to get stuck in the ground. Those crazy junk food Force powers.

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GUN, Bodycount and more running on the Xbox 360 emulator, Xenia, in DirectX 12

YouTube’s ‘John GodGames Emus’ and ‘Emulators for PC’ have shared some new videos, showing GUN, Bodycount, The Lord of the Rings: War in the North, Wanted: Weapons of Fate and more running on the latest version of the best Xbox 360 emulator, Xenia.

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Eidolon1867d ago

Runs okay, but textures look like an Xbox game.

winter_hill1867d ago

Holy **** that's awesome. Looking forward to seeing how this progresses.


Backlog Quest: Day 30 – Star Wars: The Clone Wars – Republic Heroes

Backlog Quest is a month long special event on Clearance Bin Review featuring daily game reviews of the games that have sat on the shelf for simply too long; old and new.

From Day 30 – Star Wars: The Clone Wars - Republic Heroes, Tristan Rendo writes, "Star Wars: The Clone Wars – Republic Heroes is a video game with three titles and only one camera angle. A mix between platforming and third person shooter, Republic Heroes never manages to really nail either one.

The game takes place between the events of seasons 1 and 2 of The Clone Wars TV series, and as such, you’ll be a bit lost if you haven’t been following the show. Most characters though have a basis from the films and you can deduce what is happening plot wise even if you haven’t been a fan of the show; though there isn’t much of a reason to do so. Despite the fact that the story jumps between several Jedi all over the galaxy (as well as clone troopers) there really isn’t much memorable about the plot. The one enjoyab...

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Actress Ashley Eckstein Geeks Out for Girl Gamers at New York Comic Con

NEW YORK CITY — You may not know the name Ashley Eckstein, but you’ve heard her voice many times. The Hollywood actress broke out in the Disney Channel series “That’s So Raven,” but splits her time these days between voice work in television and video games and running her own female-focused geek clothing line, Her Universe.