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Dance Central Review
I've had Dance Central for a while now, but I'm posting a review now so that current gamers can decide if they want to get this older version of Dance Central, or go up to Dance Central 2 or Just Dance 3 instead.

Dark Sector
Dark Sector is a horror / combat game featuring dark, moody scenery, people being tortured, and a hero who wields a glaive - the spinning, razor-sharped boomerang a la Krull.

Darkwatch - Mature Western
Darkwatch is a mature gaming title set in the old west. You´re an outlaw set on robbing a train - but suddenly you´re turning into a vampire and joining up with a group of monster slayers.

Dead or Alive 3 Review
Sure, we´ve been spoiled recently with incredible graphics in fighting games. Tekken, on the Playstation 2, is one of my favorites, with its shimmering waters and floating leaves. It´s pretty amazing that barely a year later, it´s been blown out of the water!

Dead or Alive 4 Quiz
If you enjoy Dead or Alive 4, be sure to take this quiz! It'll test your knowledge about this fun fighting game!

Dead or Alive 4 XBox 360 Review
Dead or Alive is one of my favorite series, and I was waiting eagerly for DOA4 to come out for the XBox 360. The graphics were great! Gameplay, though, was not well ramped.

Dead or Alive Ultimate
In Dead or Alive Ultimate, you get to play both Dead or Alive 1 and an improved version of Dead or Alive 2 - plus online gameplay as well!

Dead Rising - XBox 360
If you're a fan of horror movies, Dead Rising is probably right up your alley. You play a photojournalists trapped for 3 days in a suburban mall full of zombies.

Dead Rising 2 - XBOX 360
"Dead Rising 2" offers more zombie-killing goodness, and is easily picked up by anyone who's played the first game. The game is largely improved, but these improvements have found strange ways of affecting the game as a whole.

Designing a Music Based Game
Designing a game to appeal to all levels of players, to young and old, male and female, novice and expert is quite challenging. Harmonix met this challenge head on with Rock Band - and their success is quite evident!

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