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E3 2013 Pictorial

E3 2013 has come and gone, but there's still quite a bit of fallout to cover from the show. Angelo will have more game previews up shortly. In the meantime, here are some images from the show floor that snapped while walking around looking for coffee and a game to play. The show this year was definitely a lot calmer than shows of the past. The companies didn't even try to out "booth babe" each other this year. Nope, this year's E3 was all about the games and the new systems. And giant statues.

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Xbox One: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

Unless you've been living under a rock, the past three days have been an onslaught of adoration and vitriol for Microsoft’s newest console, Xbox One. Because the recent press conference was so vague, opinions about what the console is capable of is all over the map. For some, the new console means awesome new graphics, better online gaming, and tons of Fantasy Sports support. For others, the new systems’ disregard for indie games, ignorance of backwards compatibility, and obvious cash grab are pushing them away faster than a first date with a hidden snaggletooth. No matter where you stand, the Xbox One has everyone talking about what lies ahead in the next generation of gaming.

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Oblivion Review
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‘Oblivion’ Review

'Oblivion' is best described as opportunity, squandered. Its landscape – conceptual and physical – feels remarkably unique and bursting with possibilities, but the exploration of both lacks originality, and energy. Joe Kosinski’s follow-up to 'TRON: Legacy' is, like its predecessor, a gorgeously mounted, inventive world-building endeavor, but it’s also equally bloodless -- ponderous without being thoughtful, ambitious without being inspired, much less inspiring. The chronicle of a battle for the fate of humankind that possesses little humanity of its own, 'Oblivion' is an overstuffed compendium of familiar genre tropes rendered with ornamental beauty but not much emotional depth.

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Oz the Great and Powerful review
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‘Oz the Great and Powerful’ Review

"I don't want to be a good man; I want to be a great one." So says Oscar, a humble (read: crummy) magician in a traveling circus circa 1905, just before a magical tornado sweeps him and his hot air balloon away to a land that just so happens to share his nickname: Oz. In 'Oz the Great and Powerful,' Oscar (James Franco) finds exactly what his heart desires; the chance to be a great man, wealthy and powerful, the ruler of a beautiful kingdom. And the kingdom does look damn good, and most of Oz's adventures in it are pretty entertaining as well.

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Dead Space 3 Review

The first Dead Space was a decidedly single-player affair that pitted players against the hordes of Necromorphs hiding in the shadows of space. When Dead Space 2 arrived on the scene, Visceral maintained the solo survival story, while also adding in a perfunctory multiplayer component to spice things up.

Despite the constant evolution of the series, much was made of the drastically different idea to insert cooperative play into Dead Space 3. At its heart, Dead Space 3 is the natural next stage in the growth of the franchise, which still keeps a keen focus on the solitary exploits of protagonist Isaac Clarke. Concerns raised that co-op might in any way diminish the quality or experience of Dead Space 3 were unfounded, and Visceral should be commended for how incredibly complete Dead Space 3 is from top to bottom.

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2013 Super Bowl Commercials
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The Wrap Up: 2013 Super Bowl Commercials — In Case You Missed

ScreenCrush wraps up the latest in movies and TV you might have missed. Today, all the 2013 Super Bowl commercials are recapped online, another 'Hercules' movie is now in the making, new posters for 'Mud' and 'The Call' have debuted online. Plus, Disney released a new motion poster for 'Oz: The Great and Powerful.'

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Parker review
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‘Parker’ Review

'Parker' is not Jason Statham's best movie, but it may have his defining onscreen moment, a perfect, succinct summation of everything pleasurable about his onscreen persona. His character, a thief and con man named Parker, has returned to his hotel room in Palm Beach. He's surprised by an assassin; since this is a Jason Statham movie, an elaborately choreographed fight scene ensues.

The assassin's weapon of choice is a knife and after he gets Parker in a headlock, he tries really hard to get Statham's face acquainted with the finer points of his blade. The knife keeps inching closer and closer to his eyeball -- so to save himself, Parker sticks up his hand and willingly lets the assassin stab him through his palm. The sacrifice gives him just enough of breather to gain the upper hand. That is The Cinema of Jason Statham in a nutshell: action and indomitable determination. His characters are all men who'll stop at nothing to win; an echo of Statham's onscreen work ethic -- he'll stop at nothing to entertain you. Even in a vehicle as average as "Parker," Statham still delivers an intensely committed performance.

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NFL PLayoffs Divisional Sunday 2012
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NFL Playoffs — Divisional Recap: Falcons Beat Seahawks on Late FG; Patriots Down Texans

The Atlanta Falcons nearly suffered an epic collapse before rallying, and the New England Patriots continued their dominance. Here's a recap of Sunday's NFL playoff games:

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NFL 2012 Wild Card Sunday
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NFL Playoffs — Wild Card Recap: Seahawks, Ravens Advance With Wild Card Round Victories

The Seattle Seahawks and Baltimore Ravens each won in the Wild Card round of the NFL playoffs on Sunday. Here's a recap of each game:

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RG III Redskins Win
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NFL 2012 Season – Week 17 Recap

The NFL playoffs are set after a number of thrilling contests in Week 17 of the 2012 NFL regular season. Here's a recap of all of this week's games:

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