Review: Conception II – “Classmating” With This Game Will Result in Good Star Children

Review: Conception II – “Classmating” With This Game Will Result in Good Star Children

A young man stands on the precipice of adulthood, his parents and sister slain by horrible and other-worldly monsters. A strange mark glows on his hand and at ...Read More

Review: Kinect Sports Rivals – Finally, a Reason to Dust off Your Kinect

Review: Kinect Sports Rivals – Finally, a Reason to Dust off Your Kinect

Time to get off the couch and compete. When the Xbox One first released we were all patiently looking forward for the right game to truly put the ...Read More

Review: Dynasty Warriors 8: Extreme Legends – Not Enough Guys

Review: Dynasty Warriors 8: Extreme Legends – Not Enough Guys

The Dynasty Warriors games have always had a loose, albeit more fun, interpretation of the Romance of the Three Kingdoms. You’re the most important person on the battlefield ...Read More

Review: Atelier Escha & Logy: Alchemists of the Dusk Sky – Crafting a Lighthearted Adventure

Review: Atelier Escha & Logy: Alchemists of the Dusk Sky – Crafting a Lighthearted Adventure

While there are a lot of different kinds of JRPGs in the world, most of them have one thing in common: they center around a single person or ...Read More

Review: Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare – All’s Fair in Brains and War

Review: Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare – All’s Fair in Brains and War

The idea of Plants vs. Zombies from the start was already one that was pretty ridiculous to begin with: let’s get that out of the way. Anthropomorphized plants ...Read More

Review: Dark Souls II – Hello Old Friend, Death Meets Us Again

Review: Dark Souls II – Hello Old Friend, Death Meets Us Again

When I was asked to review Dark Souls II, I’m going to be honest with you: I had no idea what I was in for or if I ...Read More

Review: inFAMOUS: Second Son – The Next Gen Has Finally Arrived

Review: inFAMOUS: Second Son – The Next Gen Has Finally Arrived

A reader recently asked me what game I considered to be truly “next gen.” I told them that no game that’s been released thus far held that title ...Read More

Review: Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z – Dull Blade

Review: Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z – Dull Blade

I was never really a fan of the grindhouse style. For those that don’t know, grindhouse is a genre of storytelling that is full of sex, vulgarity and ...Read More

Review: Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes – A Taste of Things to Come

Review: Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes – A Taste of Things to Come

Some have said that a console generation doesn’t officially kick off until it sees the release of a new Metal Gear Solid game. I can’t exactly disagree with ...Read More

Review: Final Fantasy X HD Remaster – It’d Be A Sin To Ignore

Review: Final Fantasy X HD Remaster – It’d Be A Sin To Ignore

Review Editor’s note: We split the review for Final Fantasy X and X-2 up into separate parts, to give you a more in-depth look into what each title ...Read More

Review: Yoshi’s New Island – Nobody Puts Baby in The Corner

Review: Yoshi’s New Island – Nobody Puts Baby in The Corner

While Yoshi has always been Mario’s trusty dinosaur steed, appearing in the majority of the plumber’s titles over the last two decades, the iconic (and infinitely cute) green ...Read More

Review: The Walking Dead: Season Two: Episode 2 – Don’t Look Back

Review: The Walking Dead: Season Two: Episode 2 – Don’t Look Back

The world of Telltale Games’ The Walking Dead (and of the comic/TV series world in general) shows us, if anything, that just like how civilization as we know ...Read More

Review: South Park: The Stick of Truth – Politically Incorrect

Review: South Park: The Stick of Truth – Politically Incorrect

Show Creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker debuted South Park in late 1997 and have weathered a harsh politically correct environment for nearly 20 seasons – the two ...Read More

Review: Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 – Wasted Potential

Review: Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 – Wasted Potential

The original Castlevania: Lords of Shadow ended with the main character Gabriel becoming Dracula. This was a nice tease that promised great things for a sequel where ...Read More

Review: Thief – Becoming One With the Shadows

Review: Thief – Becoming One With the Shadows

As a fan of the stealth genre, Thief was always one of those franchises that I had interest in. However, I never played the games because I didn’t ...Read More

Review: Strider – The Greatest Video Game Ninja Makes a Triumphant Return

Review: Strider – The Greatest Video Game Ninja Makes a Triumphant Return

Unlike Hollywood remakes, video game remakes are things I always look forward to. Most games simply don’t age well in terms of graphics and gameplay and it’s always ...Read More

Review: Toukiden: The Age of Demons – A New Monster-Slaying Setting, A Familar Monster-Playing Experience

Review: Toukiden: The Age of Demons – A New Monster-Slaying Setting, A Familar Monster-Playing Experience

With all my years as a gamer, I never quite jumped into the micro-genre of teaming-up-to-fight-monsters that seems to excel on portable consoles, like the PSP and 3DS’s ...Read More

Review: Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z – Is Multiplayer Mayhem a Major Improvement or a Massive Disappointment?

Review: Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z – Is Multiplayer Mayhem a Major Improvement or a Massive Disappointment?

For quite some time now Namco Bandai and Artdink have been gearing up fans of the Dragon Ball franchise for Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z, making some ...Read More

Review: The Last of Us: Left Behind – Friendship Endures in the Face of Death

Review: The Last of Us: Left Behind – Friendship Endures in the Face of Death

Our bonds are what keep most of us going in this world. If not for our friends and loved ones, our lives would be devoid of all meaning ...Read More

Review: Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII – Lightning Strikes Thrice

Review: Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII – Lightning Strikes Thrice

Unlike a lot of people, I’ve actually enjoyed the Final Fantasy XIII series. I acknowledge that the first game had several problems but those issues didn’t prevent me ...Read More

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