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Looking at War of the Roses

March 27, 2013 |

War of the Roses is a third-person multiplayer action-RPG. Though originally released in October of last year the game had a bumpy start and poor timing due to the other medieval theme title Chivalry:Medieval Warfare launching shortly … Read More

Shovel Knight Reveal Trailer

March 27, 2013 |

The magic of the 8-bit era is about to return with authority this fall. On March 14th, Yacht Club Games announced its Kickstarter campaign to fund its debut classic-style sidescroller, Shovel Knight, which the company describes as “a groundbreaking … Read More

Torchlight II Review

January 9, 2013 |

It isn’t too often that Blizzard is beaten at its own art, but Torchlight 2 takes the spotlight in the top down, hack and slash, dungeon-loot genre. To clarify, I am not saying that Diablo … Read More

Dishonored Review

October 16, 2012 |

“Hey…Hey, guess what?  You’ve been DISHONORED!”.  A line you just can’t help but say as you start up Dishonored for the first time, and I guarantee it won’t be the last time you say it either.

I’ve been looking … Read More

Resident Evil 6 Review

October 9, 2012 |

Alright, two things before I go into my review of CAPCOM’s latest game.  One, I read somewhere that the 6 on the cover of the game looked like a giraffe enjoying some quality time with a manatee and now … Read More

Borderlands 2 Review

September 29, 2012 | | One Comment

It’s been a long time since a game truly felt like a reward to play after a hard day at work, but with the release of Borderlands 2 on September 17th, I finally got to come home excited to play something. The best comparison I can make is the feeling of going to a club and just losing yourself in the music because that same feeling is what Gearbox was able to deliver in this sequel along with a fix for everything that players had issues with in the first game. From the beginning of the game all the way through the finish, and even the replay, I was constantly experimenting and evolving my gameplay style. Nothing got stale, and every kill was more satisfying than the last whether it was by chain stabbing people as the assassin, Zero, or unloading four hundred incendiary rounds from a sub machine gun into a wave of enemies in approximately two seconds as Maya, the Siren. Read More

Personal bit on new Indie game, Faster Than Light

September 27, 2012 |

 

 

At first glance, this game has you wondering why you had spent 10 US greenbacks on a game that looks like it came right out of the late 80’s. But just as you can’t judge a book by … Read More

Free Plants vs. Zombies at… the dentist?

September 10, 2012 |

Quick!  If you have a kid, and you don’t want them to be forever scarred with each trip to the dentist’s office, make an appointment now at an American Dental Association member dentist. That’s where your little tyke will receive … Read More

New ‘Borderlands 2 ‘ trailer delves deep

August 31, 2012 |

The latest trailer for the upcoming Borderlands 2 (PC, PS3, Xbox 360) is so in-depth and so well produced, you might be surprised to learn it’s nearly seven minutes long. The short film covers the new playable characters, classes, weapons, … Read More

New details on ‘Whore of the Orient,’ for next-gen consoles and PC

August 30, 2012 |

With a delightfully mature title and respected developers Team Bondi (LA Noire) behind it, Whore of the Orient may be one of the first games worth buying a next generation console for. New details have emerged about the game, like its … Read More