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L.A. Noire Review

June 20th, 2011 | by Remy Cuesta

Rockstar has developed quite a number of different titles. We can date back to the early Grand Theft Auto series but they also had Smugglers Run, Midnight Club, Red Dead Redemption and Table Tennis. This time instead of playing the all out do what you want character, your a cop, a standup cop at that. The game isn't your typical sandbox game however as detective work and clue finding is the key components here. L.A. Noire will measure how you interrogate witnesses/suspects, find clues and stop criminals from getting away. Do you have what it takes to be the best detective in Los Angeles?

Review Section 8: Prejudice (PC)

May 25th, 2011 | by Rob Kwong

There's been a lot of sci-fi FPS shooters for the PC, but this time around Section 8: Prejudice is out for Xbox 360, Playstation 3, and PC. What does Section 8: Prejudice have that other game don't have and how does it stand up to everything else? Check inside after the jump to get my review of Section 8: Prejudice for the


Mortal Kombat Review: Bloody Fantastic

May 5th, 2011 | by Remy Cuesta

The original Mortal Kombat in 1992 is probably the first M rated game to be released on a console that stirred up controversy. The graphic violence of the 16bit fighter led in part to the creation of the ESRB. The last couple of games had seemed like the series wasn't moving forward, especially with its release of Mortal Kombat vs DC which had been rated T for Teen. It's almost 20 years since the original game and it has finally gotten a true sequel to the classics which dare I say might be the best one yet.

Shift 2: Unleashed Review Sensory Overload

April 27th, 2011 | by Remy Cuesta

The racing game sim is not easy to come by. With the two big names Gran Tursimo and Forza dominating is there room for a third? Need for Speed Shift made a splash upon its debut which not only took a departure of its arcady appeal but it showed that the series could grow new legs and still walk just fine. Dropping the Need for Speed in the title this time Shift 2: Unleashed is out to make all the juices in your body flow with exhilaration at every corner.

Portal 2 Review: Fun with Portals Times Two!

April 21st, 2011 | by Remy Cuesta

When Portal was released back in 2007 it was part of the Orange Box package and served as almost a tech demo for this kind of gameplay. Not treated as a traditional FPS the player was given a gun that could open one portal on a wall and another portal anywhere else that would serve as its corresponding tunnel. Vavle has alot to live up to on making the sequel to such a hit and it looks like they've done it again in a much bigger way. Click the link to check out our review


MLB 11: The Show Review

April 7th, 2011 | by The Bad Man

The smell of fresh cut grass. The distant sounds of birds chirping. Flowers budding, sprinklers watering lawns, and digging shorts out of the closet. It’s almost springtime, which means only one thing; it’s time to play ball! The beginning of Major League Baseball’s spring training also marks the release of MLB 11 The Show. The Show’s dominance in the baseball gaming genre is once again unchallenged with the release of their latest installment. Check out the link for our full review


Test Drive Unlimited 2 Review

March 15th, 2011 | by Remy Cuesta

Test Drive Unlimited 2 does something that no other racers do but it somehow misses the mark at the core gameplay of simply having fun. Racing enthusiast may find many things to love about the game, simple players may find it hard to immediately get into. Click the link to see our full review


Two Worlds 2 Review

February 28th, 2011 | by Aykut D.

Two Worlds 2 is game that had a lot of promise when announced, the original had a lot of interesting ideas but several issues caused it to be a below average game. Now Two Worlds 2 looks to fix the problems of the original while adding in some improvements.

LittleBigPlanet 2 Review

February 18th, 2011 | by Remy Cuesta

Little Big Planet 2 takes all the creativity and somewhat limitless bounds and expands it tenfold. The infinitely expandable game takes you on a joyride of fun, excitement, laughter and challenge into one package. Click the link to check out our review


Review: Spare Parts (Xbox360)

February 16th, 2011 | by Rob Kwong

What's better than robots? Robots and aliens that's what, and guess who's got 'em combined in one game? Spare Parts does, that's who. What's it about and why did EA put money into this game? Read my review to find out



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