Tag archive for "Review"
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
You think your job sucks? Imagine playing second fiddle to a guy who isn’t as talented, good looking, or as agile as you are. That’s the dilemma faced ...Read More
At this point, what can be said about Gearbox and Sega’s Aliens: Colonial Marines that hasn’t already been said. Since reviews have been pouring in, they’ve all haven ...Read More
It has been eight years since the last release of everyone’s favorite thieving raccoon on the PlayStation 2 and Sanzaru Games has decided it was time to check in on Sly and the gang. ...Read More
Many gamers complain that JRPGs are off the mark and have strayed too far from what they used to be. There are complaints that JRPGs are just too ...Read More
Every once in a while everyone sees a game or movie that they want to try even though it may not be a Hollywood blockbuster. Earth Defense Force ...Read More
For the sixth time in as many years, the folks at Actvision have brought back the proverbial 500lb gorilla in the room. That’s right, just in time for ...Read More
There may be a lack of Monster Hunter games being announced for the PlayStation Vita stateside, but that has not stopped other developers from stepping up to fill ...Read More
For the past decade, the Halo series has been among the most cherished franchises throughout all of gaming. As a series, it has managed to sell 43 million ...Read More
The PlayStation Vita is showing to be home to various unique titles that provide different experiences than many gamers may be used to. Zero Escape: Virtue’s Last Reward ...Read More
Marvel Vs Capcom is a game that has always been praised and admired by many from within and outside of the fighting game community. Capcom saw it fit ...Read More
When I think of Mad Catz, the first two things that come to mind are a childhood filled with subpar peripherals at my local EB Games, and how ...Read More
Before the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 hit store shelves, even a couple of months before their official unveiling, EA Sports aired a trailer during the 2005 NFL ...Read More
Ever since Sony announced that the PS Vita would be equipped with a glorious two analog stick configuration, shooter fans everywhere let out a collective “f*ck yeah!” Finally, ...Read More
Long before the video game world found itself consumed by warfare of the modern variety, it was the team at RedStorm and Ubisoft that helped to pave the ...Read More
Over a decade has passed since we first began our journey with Max Payne, and since then we’ve seen two games by Finnish developer Remedy Entertainment and even ...Read More
In a surreal world born from the clashing of two titans, Bionis and Mechonis, the few remaining humans (or better Homs, as they are named in Xenoblade) are ...Read More
If there was one game in the PlayStation Vita’s launch window that I was looking forward to, it’s MLB 12: The Show. Being among the first games to ...Read More
When you hear the term “system seller” what kind of games immediately come to mind? Off the top of your head you’re probably thinking about a game that ...Read More
If there was one game that completely flew under everyone’s radar during its development stages in 2011, it would be the EA published and Starbreeze-developed Syndicate. Seriously, with ...Read More
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