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It’s been another great week in the Geek-o-sphere and, as always, Entertainment Buddha has been on top of all of the big headlines. The past few days have been chock full of reviews, Summer Sales, other great bits of news nuggets.

In case you’ve missed the biggest headlines from the past few days, the EB team has you covered – sit back, relax and check out the Best of Buddha.

Three New Pacific Rim Clips Feature Brains, Rockets, and Sticks:

Pacific Rim is undoubtedly going to be one of this summer’s biggest blockbuster hits. The film is still a few days away from its July 12th release, but there has been a wealth of new clips and information being released about Pacific Rim daily. In this post, we take a look at three recently released teaser clips. If you were on the fence about seeing Pacific Rim before, this post will surely sell you. Take a look for yourself and get ready for an amazing film featuring giant robots kicking deep sea ass – what more could you want?

The Last of Us Review – A Violent Tale of Survival and Heart:

The Last of Us is being billed as one of the greatest games of all time. Since the game’s release, it has been nearly impossible to avoid seeing the innumerable praise for Naughty Dog’s newest release. Matt’s review of The Last of Us only adds to the praise – if you own a Playstation 3 you need to do three things right now:

1) Read this review

2) Purchase The Last of Us

3) Thank EB later

Sony’s Summer Blast 2013 Sale to Start Tomorrow, Games Listed:

The Summer is a great time to be a gamer. Each year, tons of huge games are listed and great sales are everywhere. Sony’s Summer Blast 2013 is the best of both worlds – dozens of great games at an unbelievable price. Even though the sale started a few days ago – there is still plenty of time to head over to the Playstation Store and snag some games. Check out this post for a complete breakdown of the games featured in Sony’s sale – plan your purchases in advance!

Ouya Review – Nostalgia Overload:

The Ouya has been the subject of hot debate ever since the project was initially announced. Kyle got his hands on the Android-enabled console and put it through the ringer. Check out his thoughts and see if the Ouya is worth your cash.

Final Fantasy VII Now Available on Steam – Offers Bonuses:

One of the greatest JRPGs of all time recently made its way over to Steam. The tale of Cloud and company has been remastered and looks better than ever. Check out all the info you need about the re-release in this post as well as some screenshots.

Killer Is Dead’s 5th Trailer – For the Love of the Game:

There’s not lying here – I am more than excited for Suda 51’s upcoming Killer Is Dead. If you’re not familiar with Killer Is Dead you NEED to watch this trailer. Packed with some amazing dialogue and showcasing both the game’s beauty and graphic violence, it’s virtually impossible to not be hooked after seeing this trailer.

Deadpool Review – Mentally Unstable Fun, But Not Perfect:

Deadpool, and his newly released game, are known for being absolutely ridiculous. Matt took the time to review the newly released game and found that despite its flaws, there is still some over-the-top to fun to have with the title. Check out the full review and see if you have what it takes to step into the shoes of the Merc With the Mouth

The Walking Dead: 400 Days Review – Miniaturized Terror:

Everyone was excited when Telltale Games announced their add-on to GOTY winner The Walking Dead. Once again, Matt bangs out another stellar review of 400 Days – praising the amazing characterization and voice acting. Is 400 Days worth the purchase? Take a read and see!

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Raymond Porreca

The author Raymond Porreca

Raised on classic role-playing games, Ray's eternal quest for the next great game has led to him playing everything he can get his hands on. With a passion for every facet of the video game industry, Ray aims to keep readers informed and entertained with every word he writes.