Review: Escape Dead Island – Needs Brains

Review: Escape Dead Island – Needs Brains

The latest Dead Island spin-off takes us on a tropical vacation filled with hallucinations, zombies and homemade weapons. Escape Dead Island shows us what happens when shallow gameplay and lame characters have a dull zombie baby. ...Read More

Review: Assassin’s Creed Rogue – Behind Enemy Lines

Review: Assassin’s Creed Rogue – Behind Enemy Lines

Aside from providing the backdrop of each installment, history has played in importance in Assassin’s Creed. In the course of the last five years, the Ubisoft series has ...Read More

Review: Super Smash Bros. for Wii U – Settle it In Smash, Now in High Definition

Review: Super Smash Bros. for Wii U – Settle it In Smash, Now in High Definition

The Super Smash Brothers franchise has come a long way, ever since it first debuted on the N64 back in 1999. The game united classic characters from various ...Read More

Review: Tales of Heart R – Stellar Gameplay With a Slightly Bizarre Localization

Review: Tales of Heart R – Stellar Gameplay With a Slightly Bizarre Localization

Having dabbled in two previous portable Tales of titles — Tales of the Abyss (a 3DS port of the original PS2 version) and Tales of the World for ...Read More

Review: Civilization: Beyond Earth – The Final Frontier

Review: Civilization: Beyond Earth – The Final Frontier

Civilization has always been a series based on scenarios. Using history as its canvas, we’ve been able to paint stories about how pesky an adversary Montezuma was or ...Read More

Review: Tenkai Knights: Brave Battle – The Bite-Sized Repetitive Knights We Don’t Deserve are Definitely Not the Ones We’ll Ever Need

Review: Tenkai Knights: Brave Battle – The Bite-Sized Repetitive Knights We Don’t Deserve are Definitely Not the Ones We’ll Ever Need

There’s something special that occurs when you have a good idea, the creative juices start flowing and everything seems to fall into place. Tenkai Knights: Brave Battle, a ...Read More

Review: Saban’s Power Rangers Super Megaforce – Go Go Power Rangers, You Embarrassing Morphin’ Power Rangers

Review: Saban’s Power Rangers Super Megaforce – Go Go Power Rangers, You Embarrassing Morphin’ Power Rangers

Something incredible happens when I hear someone say, “Power Rangers.” It’s like I’ve been transported to a world filled of happiness, and mightiness and morphin’ time; a place ...Read More

Review: Dragon Age: Inquisition – High End Fantasy

Review: Dragon Age: Inquisition – High End Fantasy

Bioware brings back high fantasy in an epic way with Dragon Age: Inquisition. Inquisition is definitely one of Bioware’s more ambition projects, with this being the biggest RPG ...Read More

Review: Halo: The Master Chief Collection – All Hail the Chief

Review: Halo: The Master Chief Collection – All Hail the Chief

Asking someone to pick their favorite Halo title is like asking a parent to pick their favorite child. It’s such a difficult task because each has its own ...Read More

Review: Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes – We Own Marvel Edition

Review: Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes – We Own Marvel Edition

Disney Infinity was first thought of as a Skylanders clone because of the very clear and unmistakable similarity of taking toys and bringing them into a video game. ...Read More

Review: Fantasy Life – Life is But a Dream

Review: Fantasy Life – Life is But a Dream

In Reveria, its citizens strive to find the perfect Life — an occupation that not only represents that person’s culmination of talent and skills, but also fulfills their ...Read More

Review: Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare – The Future is Bright for War

Review: Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare – The Future is Bright for War

Call of Duty: Advance Warfare hopes that some Hollywood talent, new gadgets and some fundamental gameplay changes are enough to overtake the franchise fatigue that has plagued the ...Read More

Review: NBA 2K15 – Now With More Pharrell

Review: NBA 2K15 – Now With More Pharrell

The NBA 2K series has become the juggernaut of basketball games for consoles and continues to look like it will hold that top spot. But, as the old ...Read More

Review: Samurai Warriors 4 – Experience The Sengoku Era at its Finest

Review: Samurai Warriors 4 – Experience The Sengoku Era at its Finest

It’s been four years since the original release of Samurai Warriors 3 exclusively on the Nintendo Wii, and while it wasn’t on a stronger console like the PlayStation ...Read More

Review: Light in the Dark – Embrace Your Inner Colorblindness While Saving Your Babies

Review: Light in the Dark – Embrace Your Inner Colorblindness While Saving Your Babies

You know what’s worse than leaving behind your babies all willy-nilly? Being colorblind while looking for your scattered babies all willy-nilly. This is what happens in Dreamgate Studios ...Read More

Review: Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel! – That Loot Came From the Moon

Review: Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel! – That Loot Came From the Moon

Coming into the series’ third installment — or however else you want to qualify this combination prequel/sequel — Borderlands has never been the typical first-person shooter. Featuring a ...Read More

Review: Freedom Wars – Exactly What the PlayStation Vita Needs

Review: Freedom Wars – Exactly What the PlayStation Vita Needs

The PS Vita is a strange machine in its able to deliver advanced graphics and gameplay for a portable console, almost replicating what you’d find in a home ...Read More

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Review: The Evil Within – Surviving the Horror

There are those of us who enjoy the thrill of terror. The sudden excitement of experiencing the horror of the unexpected pushes some of us to linger through ...Read More

Review: Sunset Overdrive – Punk Rock Apocalypse

Review: Sunset Overdrive – Punk Rock Apocalypse

When Judgement Day comes, how will you dress? Sunset Overdrive takes a new approach to the end of the world with a colorful mess of jokes and fun ...Read More

Review: Alien: Isolation – Muffled Screams

Review: Alien: Isolation – Muffled Screams

As someone who, for the most part, stays far away from horror related media, the Alien franchise has always been the one property that has been capable of ...Read More

Review: Bayonetta 2 – An Alluring Adventure Paired With Gorgeous Gameplay

Review: Bayonetta 2 – An Alluring Adventure Paired With Gorgeous Gameplay

I was one of the unlucky gamers that never experienced Bayonetta‘s first foray into last gen consoles. As a result, I missed out on stylized action gameplay reminiscent ...Read More

Review: Senran Kagura: Shinovi Versus – Cute Anime Girls Mixed With Action Packed Goodness

Review: Senran Kagura: Shinovi Versus – Cute Anime Girls Mixed With Action Packed Goodness

Senran Kagura: Shinovi Versus has finally made its way outside of Japan, making PlayStation Vita owners (and now PlayStation TV owners) very happy. If you played any of ...Read More

Review: Art of Balance – Watch the Blocks Fall Along With Your Dreams

Review: Art of Balance – Watch the Blocks Fall Along With Your Dreams

Art of Balance for Wii U is the third iteration of the physics-based puzzle series. It originally appeared on Nintendo Wii as a WiiWare game, then on the ...Read More

Review: NAtURAL DOCtRINE – A Deep and Complex Strategy RPG, Without the Pesky Plot

Review: NAtURAL DOCtRINE – A Deep and Complex Strategy RPG, Without the Pesky Plot

First impressions are vital in any meeting — whether it be between two people, a person and a location, a person and soon to be beloved pet, or ...Read More

Review: Driveclub – Extreme Graphics Crowned by Super-Tight Gameplay

Review: Driveclub – Extreme Graphics Crowned by Super-Tight Gameplay

Driveclub has been a long time coming. We were supposed to be racing on its roads almost a year ago, at the launch of the PS4, and now ...Read More

Review: Ar Nosurge: Ode to an Unborn Star – Unique and Upbeat, But Not a Hit Record

Review: Ar Nosurge: Ode to an Unborn Star – Unique and Upbeat, But Not a Hit Record

The latest exclusive title to help extend the life of the PS3 is Ar Nosurge: Ode to an Unborn Star, a JRPG from genre veteran Gust. The game ...Read More

Review: FIFA 15 – Ball Kicking Fun

Review: FIFA 15 – Ball Kicking Fun

After the disappointing season that was FIFA 14 I was worried that FIFA 15 would be more of the same from a usually reliable franchise. Thankfully, EA Sports ...Read More

Review: Persona 4 Arena Ultimax – The Battle Continues!

Review: Persona 4 Arena Ultimax – The Battle Continues!

Everyone has their own Persona online that they use to talk to other people. Whether or not that persona fits with who you actually are, in a strange ...Read More

Review: Dance Central Spotlight – Twerking on a Budget

Review: Dance Central Spotlight – Twerking on a Budget

Harmonix is trying something new with Dance Central Spotlight by taking the “less is more” approach. You won’t be time-traveling to solve dance crimes like you did in ...Read More

Review: Sherlock Holmes: Crimes and Punishments – Fantastic Sleuthing Carries Flawed Gameplay

Review: Sherlock Holmes: Crimes and Punishments – Fantastic Sleuthing Carries Flawed Gameplay

At its best, Sherlock Holmes: Crimes and Punishments near perfectly encapsulates the feel of playing as a great detective, as well as of gathering evidence and using it ...Read More

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