Free Stuff on Twitter

Do you like free stuff? Well we do and we’re going to let you in on the secret of how to get it… Twitter.

Finding the right people on Twitter is the key to free stuff. Here is a few people we recommend following:

Oh and don’t forget to follow us here, as we will have free stuff to give away soon enough. Find more gamers like yourself on Xbox and on PSN.

Bargain Gaming: Haze

Haze BoxartAre you a PS3 gamer that is tired of Metal Gear Solid 4, Call of Duty 4 and Quantum of Solace? Don’t have the cash for Killzone 2? But you’re ready and looking for another First Person Shooter to invest your time in – then you should consider this weeks bargain find; HAZE (Retail Price $14.99).

Play as a drug crazed soldier in the Mantel army, fighting the rebel group The Promised Hand. Take control and battle your way across Central America fighting for your cause and trying to right all the previous wrongs committed in the name of the greater good. Use your addiction and those of your allies and enemies to your advantage to meet your objectives.

Likely you missed this game when it released in May of 2008, as it was overshadowed by the launch of the highly anticipated title Metal Gear Solid 4, just a few weeks later.

For this price you just can’t miss out on HAZE.

To get a better understanding of what you have been missing, check out this Korn video inspired by HAZE:

Review: Pirates vs Ninjas Dodgeball

Pirates vs Ninjas Dodgeball
Well it happened again, more free arcade games on twitter, this time – Pirates vs Ninjas Dodgeball – courtesy of SouthPeak Games.

The basics of the game are quite simple and very straight forward. Pick a team; Pirates, Ninjas, Robots or the gruesome Zombies. Bash the other team with the bouncing balls while avoiding the balls they throw at you. Seems easy enough right?

The 2v2 matches seemed a little to easy – sailing through with out a hitch first the Zombies pressed my ninja pair as the battled through the tombstones on a grass court. Then facing off against the robots with their slanted ramps and neon world, quickly learning the skills of a dodgeball playing ninja (pass then attack). My story then travels to the booty laden beach where arch nemesis the evil pirates sit taunting. Defeating the pirates quickly I’m rewarded with the unlockable third character and step up for my first 3v3 match, only to start over in the same 4v4 process.

Having only four levels makes this a bit of a repetitive title, but the added team members and quirky story lines provide a much needed dose of humor. This title is one that will be fun to play for a short time or when you have a number of friend over and need to get out your frustrations.

Pros:

– Easy to pick up and just play
– Funny character stories between matches
– Unlockable levels and characters

Cons:

– Repetitive sound effects
– Only four boards

Feed Your Console gives Pirates vs Ninjas Dodgeball: 6 out of 10

Developer: Blazing Lizard
Publisher: Gamecock
Release Date: 03/09/2008
Platform: Wii and Xbox 360 (Reviewed)

About Feed Your Console

Feed Your Console is the set to be one of the best gaming blog dedicated to providing the latest content related to Video Gaming and all things console related. The site began in March 2009 after founder Matt Vernhout decided to part ways with another gaming resource that he co-founded in 2008. Matt is excited to launch a new site focusing on the latest news, reviews, deals and well just about anything else related to console gaming. Joining Matt, are several a long time friends…

Josh’s previous gaming reviews have been covered on the front page of Bethsoft’s Fallout 3 home page, and can still be found on their review page.

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