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Jenni Lada
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Jenni has been writing for Gamertell since October 2007, is currently the Editor and has been writing about video games in general for the last seven years. She is also a frequent contributor to Siliconera, Cheat Code Central and GeekParty. As for playing games, she's been doing that since she could walk her way over to her parents' Intellivision. Give her an import video game and you'll have a friend for life. You can stalk Jenni by following JMariye at Twitter.

Every region’s getting the Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA F 2nd DLC

We’re getting it all. Sega is treating Hatsune Miku like the star she is. Every bit of Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F 2nd DLC is getting a worldwide release. If something comes out in Japan, North America and Europe will absolutely, 100% get it too. It’s a big deal. Why? Well, Hatsune Miku: Project Diva more »

Valkyria Chronicles releasing on Veteran’s Day

That Valkyria Chronicles port is coming sooner, rather than later. As in, you’ll be playing it in about two weeks on your Windows PCs. It’s coming out on November 11, 2014. In case you didn’t catch that, it’s Veteran’s Day. Appropriate, right? Valkyria Chronicles will also be priced in line with the . It will more »

Nintendo eShop Update for October 30, 2014

This week’s update will blow you away. I’m serious. It’s the biggest, best one I’ve seen in all my years of doing this Nintendo Downloads update. Sure, there are only 3 games, but there are 9 games for the . That’s 12 games in all, which is insane for an eShop update. That isn’t even more »

The Pokemon demo is restrictive

The magic day had arrived. I had my chance to sample Pokemon Alpha Sapphire and Omega Ruby gameplay in the exclusive Pokemon demo. I was excited. Mainly, because I knew I’d be getting a pokemon and some items from playing, but also because this is the very first Pokemon demo ever. Unfortunately, the Pokemon demo more »

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Enter the Dragon Age Keep (updated)

Time for the perfect way to end your day. The Dragon Age Keep is here. EA has launched the open beta of the means which people will be able to tailor the world of Dragon Age: Inquisition. Here’s how the Dragon Age Keep works. If you’re planning on grabbing , you head to the official more »

Destiny The Dark Below has something for everybody

People have mixed feelings on expansions, especially when they come out so soon after the release of a game. Many wonder if it was content cut from the official release, some want to know if there’ll be something they actually want in it, while others are only concerned with how long before it arrives. In more »

Madoka Magica Civilization: Beyond Earth mod is OP

Seeing as how Civilization: Beyond Earth is only , I’m guessing you didn’t expect to be playing anything other than the official, Firaxis Games content. Well, open your eyes, because the Steam Workshop already has Beyond Earth mods for you, and I’m here to introduce you to one that is awesome, but also quite overpowered. more »

Killing isn’t easy in Bio Inc.

It’d be easy to overlook a mobile game like Bio Inc. The title sounds similar enough to Plague Inc.: Evolved to convince someone it’s a clone. Plus, it’s an iOS and Android game. So many of those are released each week that it’s easy to overlook some. I did, and only discovered it because I more »

Assassin’s Creed Unity Phantom Blade costs as much as the game

Question! Would you rather have a game, or a working replica of an iconic weapon found within said game. For people interested in Assassin’s Creed Unity, this is a legitimate concern. Because, within the next few weeks, they will have the option of spending $59.99 on either or the that is used by Arno within more »

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Day Zero Edition at Walmart

Walmart and Activision are doing something that could cause a temporal paradox. (Maybe!) The publisher and retailer have conspired to release a Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Day Zero Edition. Why Day Zero? Because it comes out before Day One! The new Call of Duty is supposed to . There were going to be midnight more »

3 Civilization: Beyond Earth Sponsors rock every world

Civilization: Beyond Earth is an amazing game that will absolutely make countless PC gamers happy over the next few months. Really, it’s the kind of game you keep playing, either alone or with friends. It’s great. However, there are three Sponsors that really stand out when compared to the others. The first Civilization: Beyond Earth more »

Grab $349 and $449 Xbox One bundles in November

That Kmart ad showcasing a $350 wasn’t a lie. Microsoft is actually doing it! The company will have Xbox One bundles starting at $349 for the 2014 shopping season. Don’t worry – this doesn’t mean you’ll have to bash heads on Black Friday. These Xbox One bundles are going to be available far ahead of more »