11 Sep 2013

Killer Is Dead Review: Style Over Substance

One word that sums up Killer Is Dead is Style . It oozes with it but Grasshopper Manufacture (SUDA51) just doesn’t keep the momentum to bring it all in . You play as Mondo Zappa an executioner trying to take down the deadliest criminals  and fighting his own personal demons.

05 Sep 2013

Payday 2 Review: The Grandest Heist Of Them All!?

Everybody’s had that moment when they sat down with a group of bro’s and said ” hey…we should rob a bank”. I for one have had that talk several times. There’s just something romantic to the mind about robbing a bank it seems. Maybe it’s the thrill of doing something

27 Aug 2013

Splinter Cell: Blacklist Review – Welcome Back, Sam

“Nothing comes before the job. Not you, not me. Nothing.” Sam Fisher is back, redesigned, and ready for the next generation of the Splinter Cell franchise. Following 2010’s Splinter Cell: Conviction is an improved and exciting third person shooter with a surprising amount of replay value. Blacklist is classic Splinter

21 Aug 2013

Saint’s Row IV Review: Hail to the Chief

It has been a long time coming for the Saint’s Row name. And despite all the big changes around, Saints Row IV is a fantastically thrilling game! You ready for this playa?     It’s been quite a way for the Saint’s Row name. When it all started in 2006,

21 Aug 2013

Tales of Xillia Review

Tales of Xillia comes from a legion of JRPGs produced by Namco Bandai. While JRPGs are seen as fossils in territories out of Japan, the Tales series has managed to be localized repeatedly — appeasing fans of the genre. We’re gathered here today to hear the verdict of one individual

08 Aug 2013

Arc Squadron Review: “DO A BARREL ROLL” on the go!

If one can fondly remember video games in the 90’s, then it is easy to remember the various space shooting games that were released during that time. Among them was the titular classic, StarFox, developed by Nintendo for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System, or SNES. Featuring three dimensional visuals, excellent

06 Aug 2013

Dragons Crown Review: The Crowned King Of the Beat-em Ups!?

There once was a time where traversing through a stage in a linear fashion, knocking out enemies along the way, and tackling down some serious boss fights was the corner-stone of gaming culture. Beat-em up styled games such as Double Dragon, and Streets Of Rage were the cult classics of

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01 Aug 2013

Man Of Steel Game: Smashing Portable Action

Last month, the highly anticipated Summer superhero blockbuster, Man of Steel, soared into theaters. The movie, directed by Zack Snyder and executive produced by Christopher Nolan of Dark Knight Trilogy fame, is an incredible Sci-fi/superhero action epic that creates a new, more realistic take on the world’s greatest hero. It

29 Jul 2013

Remember Me Review: Pretty Damn Memorable

Who are you really? Are you defined by your memories or your actions? What would it take to simply delete an unwanted memory?  Would you want to? Or could you live with it? Are memories meant to be revealed? Deep in the future, in Neo Paris, memories have become an

09 Jul 2013

Mojang’s “Scrolls” Might End My Life

Makers of the extremely successful game “MineCraft”, developers Mojang have released the beta of their next IP titled “Scrolls.”  The beta follows the same type of  archetype as Minecraft where you can pay for the full game at a discounted price while in beta and watch the game grow in

27 Jun 2013

The Last of Us | Review

For a long time now survival apocalypse themed games have dominated the scene. With gems such as Zombie U, Day Z, and Tell Tales Walking Dead. But also with its share of flops such as The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct. So when a approaching  The Last of Us,  I was

13 Jun 2013

Review- Call of Juarez: Gunslinger

“REACH FOR THE SKY,  VARMINT!!!!” The Wild West: untamed, vast, legendary. Deep in its rich history lies a diverse array of legends. Bandits, criminals, outlaws. Each legend entrenched with their own story, morals, and values. Those that took on a life of pure freedom, those that sought greed, and those