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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 'Active Personal Trainer'

"Wii Fit" was fun, but more of a game for children and hyperactive adults than a serious weight-loss program. "Gold's Gym Workout" was just too repetitive. "Active Personal Trainer" gets it right, or pretty close. Published July 5, 2009

ROMper ROOM: Tales 4 Tomorrow review

Review of Kango's Tales 4 Tomorrow, an interactive universe that provides children an easy way to learn about animal conservation through a plush creature and Web site. Published June 7, 2009

Krofft brothers back in limelight

The producers who brought a large-headed dragon, talking hats and Freddie the Flute to Saturday morning television are returning to the limelight, thanks to one of their most memorable programs. Published June 5, 2009

Zadzooks: InFamous video game review

Video game review of InFamous, a third person action game for PlayStation 3 from Sony Computer Entertainment and Sucker Punch Productions. Published June 4, 2009