Browsing the "Reviews" Tag

Vanquish Review

December 1st, 2010 | by Ahphrow

Vanquish is a crazy action packed third person shooter from Shinji Mikami who is also the creator of the Resident Evil series. The main character is Sam Gideon of this futuristic third person shooter and he's pretty much a bad ass. The game pushes the player to fully utilize Sam’s combat suit to destroy enemies in style. What you get is a game that has a quick pace, has cool action sequences and pushes your character to its limits, which may not have been something you've seen from Platinum Games previous game Bayonetta. Click the link for the full review


Costume Quest Review

November 3rd, 2010 | by Remy Cuesta

The idea of a Halloween based game doesn't quickly come to mind. Holiday theme based games more then likely come out being a niche experience. However the devs over at Double Fine have found a way to bring out our inner child in all of us again in Costume Quest. From the minds that bought us Psychonauts and Brutal Legends comes the teams first venture in downloadable games but does it succeed? Find out in our review


DJ Hero 2 Review

October 28th, 2010 | by Remy Cuesta

A year later and the sequel sets to deliver a huge soundtrack, famed DJ's and new ways to play. Now one you would think that music based games would have slowed down but they're stronger then ever this year. DJ Hero 2 is no exception as it takes most of what it had in the original and turns it up to 11. Click the link to see our review


Castlevania Lords of Shadow Review

October 20th, 2010 | by Rob Kwong

Castlevania has been a long time running franchise for Konami, but there have been very few 3D styled games from the series. With this revamp and the help Hideo Kojima (Metal Gear series), Konami is hoping that Castlevania will be a big hit, so how does the game fair? Read all about it after the jump


Alan Wake: The Signal Review

August 11th, 2010 | by Aykut D.

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 D.

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


Zeno Clash Review

May 14th, 2010 | by Rob Kwong

Zeno Clash: Ultimate Edition, is a first person brawler with elements of a shooter added in all done in Valve's Source engine. The team behind this Xbox Live Arcade has created a fantasy world of pure imagination, somewhere only dreams could possibly take you


Review: The Warriors Street Brawls – “Can you Dig it”?

October 5th, 2009 | by Jonathan Lane

The Warriors Street Brawl is the latest game from Paramount Digital Entertainment, developed by CTXM. This game is based on the 1979 niche movie, The Warriors. This game took all the violence, street fighting, and street gangs in the movie and put it in an Arcade Brawler for the Xbox live arcade. The question is, was it all woven together in cool package that makes you say "You can dig it"


Review: Scribblenauts – Dream it, make it

September 23rd, 2009 | by Aykut D.

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Scribblenauts is quite possibly one of the most unique games to be released this year, the game is simple yet it's scope is beyond any other game before. Overall the game actually delivers on its ambitious promise but there are a few aspects that need to be improved for this title to become a true classic


Review: Muramasa The Demon Blade

September 16th, 2009 | by Aykut D.

muramasa_the_demon_blade The Wii's library has admittedly been lacking in regards to unique 3rd party games, in a sea of family oriented casual games Muramasa really stands out and shows what the Wii is capable of.



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