Category: Xbox360 Reviews

As a young child playing the Super Nintendo Entertainment System one game stands out to me above all others. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Turtles in Time was a game that affected me in an everlasting way, the cooperative element of the game is what drew me into multiplayer gaming both competitively and casually/socially. Longing for…

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.…

Opening a freshly minted copy of the imminent Halo 3:ODST one can almost nose out tones of caviar and cigar; undoubtedly those lingering from the(caviar and cigar fueled)  self congratulatory meeting in which one brazen fellow at Microsoft decided you’d be paying the robust sum of sixty dollars for a game that — did 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…

Gears of War 2: Review An “Epic” Sequel Gears of War 2 is almost everything you would expect when you want to play a gory shooter filled with chainsaws and blood splattering against the screen, or is it?  This time around there’s a lot more to Marcus and Dom than simply ripping the locust to…

  Castle Crashers:  A Behemoth of a Game A small company named The Behemoth headed by developers Dan Paladin and Tom Fulp, have really hit it big with their Xbox Live Arcade gem called Castle Crashers. The Behemoth has come out of nowhere in the past couple of years and has put out a couple…