Category: PS3 Reviews

There was a time when X-Men video games were not a top priority for gamers. Almost every single game featuring these mutants was shunned because of poor design, poor controls or they just were not enjoyable. That all changed when developer Raven Software, along with publisher Activision, created X-Men Legends. A fun, action-adventure game with…

Earlier this week, the Federal Trade Commission handed down a ruling that forces bloggers and reviewers to disclose any payments or bonuses they receive from any company they deal with. Bloggers and writers in the game community have long been accused of wearing “money hats.” Anytime a review goes up someone is “paying” for it.…

Some call him Batman, others The Dark Knight, or as the Joker says it, Bats. No matter which one you choose, this comic book vigilante is one of the most famous characters to date and his popularity only continues to increase. With the release of the films, Batman Begins and The Dark Knight, this character’s…

Originally unveiled at gamescom last month, today Sony officially releases firmware upgrade 3.0 for the Playstation 3.  The upgrade intends to enhance the XMB by providing a better ease of access to popular features and create a more animated appeal. “What’s New” – The “What’s New” feature has replaced the “Information Board” option.  Access “What’s…

Fat Princess is a PS3 exclusive downloadable game available via PSN for $15. It’s an isometric RTS experience where you control only one unit on your team. Online multiplayer is the focus but there are A.I. controlled bots and a simple campaign mode for some fun and easy trophies. The main game mode is called…

Wolfenstein a rated Mature FPS for the PS3, 360 and PC was released this week. I was a huge fan of the Wolfenstein series, not any more. Now, I’m not saying this game is terrible but playing it isn’t an enriching experience. When I saw early screens of this game in 2004 I was very…

Imagine waking up in morgue with two scientists about to cut you open and you have no idea who you are or why you’re there. Well, that’s only the beginning in this third-person, open world, action-adventure game, entitled [PROTOTYPE]. Now this game was developed by Radical Entertainment whose previous games consist of Scarface: The World is Yours…