Category: Reviews

Having enjoyed the first two Dead Space games, I was very cautiously optimistic about this third installment. When information about this game was being released and some of the unconventional, potentially disastrous avenues that it was taking were revealed, my excitement began to dampen considerably. Then came the similarly disconcerting revelations about the audacious and…

Genre: Tactical Role Playing Game Platform: 3DS Developer: Intelligent Systems Publisher: Nintendo Released: February 5th 2013 The Fire Emblem series is finally back in the West with the first 3DS entry of the series. For a lot of reasons, Fire Emblem: Awakening almost marks a new beginning for the series, in an attempt to make…

It’s basically Apocalypse now the game…. with Nolan North playing the part of Martin Sheen *rolls eyes* Spec Ops: The Line is a third-person shooter brought to us by Yager Development and published by 2K Games. The game was released for Microsoft Windows, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 on June 26, 2012 in North America…

Two minutes into the game and I already feel like a special needs teacher on a school trip. Good day to you I beseech you read my wondrous Dragon’s Dogma review. Dragon’s Dogma is an action role-playing game developed and published by Capcom for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. The game features an open world fantasy setting, in addition to hack and slash and survival horror elements,…

Bonjour, Guten Tag and Konichwa bitches, unwrap my delightful, multicultural Xcom review, choking hazard. XCOM: Enemy Unknown is a turn-based tactical role-playing strategy video game developed by Firaxis Games for publisher 2K Games, released on October 9, 2012 in North America and three days later in Europe and Australia for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3 and…

Doom 3: BFG Edition’s most critically detrimental problem is that, being re-released eight or so years after its first go around, the things which seemed at least fairly new when first experienced back then now only seem like the tired tropes they’ve since manifestly become. The game has, as a product of its age, lost…