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Joseph Szadkowski

Joseph Szadkowski

A graduate of Northwestern University with a degree in communications, Joseph Szadkowski has written about popular culture for The Washington Times for the past 25 years. He covers video games, comic books, new media and technology. 


Articles by Joseph Szadkowski

ROMper ROOM: Review of 'Habitat Heroes'

Extend a child's Earth Day activities with a global social-networking Web site designed for ecowarriors of all ages, but geared for the younger set. Published May 3, 2009

Zadzooks: Wolverine comic book reviews

Review of DK Publishing' s Wolverine: Inside the World of the Living Weapon and Marvel Publishing's Wolverine: Old Man Logan, Weapon X: First Class and Logan. Published April 30, 2009

ROMper ROOM: Review of Gold's Gym Workout

With the launch of Wii Fit last year, the folks at Nintendo successfully demonstrated how a video game could convince couch potatoes, like me, that they could hit the gym virtually. Published April 26, 2009

ROMper ROOM: Brain Age makes learning fun

Professor Ryuta Kawashima celebrates the release of Nintendo's new hand-held entertainment system, the DSi, with the best of his numerical conundrums in "Brain Age Express: Math." Published April 19, 2009

Zadzooks: Wanted: Weapons of Fate review

Review of Wanted: Weapons of Fate, a video game for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 from Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and GRIN. Published April 8, 2009

ROMper ROOM: Review of 'Phineas and Ferb'

A pair of stepbrothers empowers children to show off their building skills and have a ton of fun in "Phineas and Ferb," a third-person adventure game for Nintendo's hand-held console. Published March 29, 2009