Author Archives: Aykut Donmez

Snakebyte Premium Wii Remote XL

November 29th, 2010 | by Aykut Donmez

There are now countless third party companies developing controllers, and accessories for the Wii. Most of these products can range from good alternatives to needless and broken. However Snakebyte might have made one of the best deals a third party developer can make with the Premium Wii remote XL.

Rock Band 3 Review

November 8th, 2010 | by Aykut Donmez

Rock Band 3 has been one of the most hyped music games of the year, mostly because of the new features it adds to the series. The biggest addition being keyboards which gives an entirely new instrument that gamers can learn to play. The other major addition to the series is Pro Mode which allows players to actually learn how to play their instruments.

Alan Wake: The Writer Review

October 25th, 2010 | by Aykut Donmez

The newest DLC for Alan Wake picks up where the previous one left off. The Writer attempts to answer a few more of the questions that were left open at the end of the original game, and it also adds a few more interesting scenarios. The latest DLC also wraps up the mini story that was start in the previous DLC.


Dead Rising 2 Review

October 19th, 2010 | by Aykut Donmez

Dead Rising was one of the early hits on the Xbox 360, it was one of the first games to really push the number of characters on screen at any given time, where zombie games before it maybe had a dozen or so enemies at once Dead Rising threw hundreds at you. The game gave players a truly new zombie experience, now Dead Rising 2 tries to push everything even more than the original.

Alien Breed 2: Assault Review

October 14th, 2010 | by Aykut Donmez

The sequel to Alien Breed Evolution, released a few months ago is now on XBLA and PSN. The series is actually inspired by the original games that were released in 1991. A relatively straight forward action game Alien Breed 2: Assault sticks with the series formula, but is it enough to stand out from crowd of XBLA and PSN games?

Dead Rising 2: Case Zero Review

September 23rd, 2010 | by Aykut Donmez

Dead Rising 2 has been in the works for quite some time and now with the game being about a month from coming out, the developers have decided to give fans of the series an early treat in the form of a downloadable mini prequel called Dead Rising 2: Case Zero. Many thought that Case Zero would simply just be a demo for the full game however Capcom has put in extra effort into the DLC to make sure that it's much more than a demo


Metroid: Other M Review

September 8th, 2010 | by Aykut Donmez

A few years ago the Metroid series finished a three part adventure in the Metroid Prime trilogy, the game focused heavily on bringing classic Metroid gameplay to a 3D enviornment and brought Samus back into the mainstream. Now a different developer, Team Ninja looks to expand Samus's story and give players a new experience that brings old school Metroid gameplay together with her latest 3D adventure


Halo:Reach Leaked Early

August 23rd, 2010 | by Aykut Donmez

It appears that Halo: Reach is being leaked thanks to some modders who tricked the Microsoft servers into letting them download the game. Up until now Halo: Reach has been downloadable by authorized media but now the game seems to be acquired by a small group. The game hasn't been leaked openly to the public yet but there's a good chance the game is been pirated to at least a select few for now.


Alan Wake: The Signal Review

August 11th, 2010 | by Aykut Donmez

Alan Wake is one of the more unique games to be released on the Xbox 360 this year, and when the game was released in April anyone who bought the game new got an extra code to download free DLC in the form of a new "episode". The episode is now available for download, titled "The Signal" the new chapter in the story follows Alan Wake right after the end of the last episode, and although not much is answered it is still nice to control Alan again as he searches for answers


Limbo Review

July 28th, 2010 | by Aykut Donmez

There are few games anywhere close to what Limbo is, a game with no dialog, no explanation, and nameless characters, however it manages to captivate players unlike any game before it. Almost all aspects of Limbo are unique in their own sense, here is a game that should be experienced by anyone who enjoys a mysterious adventure, relentless puzzle solving and an overall fun time



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