Category: Xbox360 Reviews

I’m not usually one to enjoy point-and-click strategy games (mostly because i find them boring as all hell). However, I have actually found one I enjoy quite a bit. Anomaly: Warzone Earth is an extremely entertaining game and better then both Halo: Wars and even soars up there with Starcraft. The game takes place in…

Certain genres are defined by its biggest successes, making it harder for new games to get any attention. When it comes to kart racers, it takes something truly special to break out of the huge, portly shadow that Mario and his friends have cast. Thankfully for Sega fans, Sonic and Sega All Stars Racing was…

[xrr rating=4/5] For years adventure games have strived to maintain a balance between narrative and playability. Heavy Rain, the Metal Gear Solid saga, even Final Fantasy XIII have all weaved their twisty-turney narratives with grace and poise, but each one took the interactive film idea to such extremes that they became little more than interactive…

When it comes down to War/First Person Shooters, the market is undoubtedly bulging with competition. With arguably the Call of Duty franchise and Battlefield: Bad Company 2 at the top of the pile it is very hard for a game of a similar genre to avoid being put up for comparison. Out steps newly released…

Alan Wake has been a long time coming. Originally announced by developer Remedy at the 2005 E3 media summit, it began life as a multi-platform open-world action game. In the five years since then, the title has been chopped and changed considerably, resulting in a far more linear action experience which leans toward survival horror.…