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Review: Borderlands 2 – Gaige the Mechromancer DLC

October 17, 2012 |

Gaige is marketed as a class that both inexperienced and veteran players will enjoy. Also, you get a pet killbot. Let’s find out if she’s any good.

I like Gaige as a character a lot. Her visual design is atypical … 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

Full Mechromancer Skill Tree Revealed

October 8, 2012 |

The skill tree of upcoming Borderlands 2 DLC character Gaige the Mechromancer has been revealed. It looks interesting. It’s also full of My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic references. Awesome.

http://www.borderlands2.com/us/skilltree/mechromancer.html

The Best Friends Forever tree is for newer players … Read More

XCOM: Enemy Unknown – The Greg vs Pete Multiplayer Showdown

October 5, 2012 |

A video of three rounds of multiplayer matches has been released by 2K Games.

The indecisiveness of the host, Greg Laabs, is incredibly annoying. I’m aware he’s trying to do multiple, conflicting things (win the match, entertain viewers, and … Read More

The Walking Dead – Episode 4 Trailer Released

October 2, 2012 |

The trailer for The Walking Dead – Episode 4: Around Every Corner has been released.

XBLA: http://bit.ly/IBdbC9 PSN: http://bit.ly/ILbiNT PC/Mac: http://bit.ly/SkkjVI

Episode 4: Around Every Corner In the wake of terrible loss, the group arrives in Savannah in search … 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

Quick Fuse Update

September 27, 2012 | | One Comment

As a follow up to my last article about Insomniac’s new title “Fuse” Insomniac games has finally released the trailer!

 

 

The trailer depicts the many different ways the Overstrike 9 team will be destroying their opponents. It … Read More

Why Spec Ops: The Line’s Story is Important to the Future of Game Narratives

September 26, 2012 |

 

My personal interest in the shooter genre has waned over the past few years.  Fatigue has started to wear on my ability to continually pull the trigger and watch a virtual life end with a sense … Read More

Darksiders 2 Review

September 23, 2012 |

Overview: I was very impressed with nearly everything in this game. A lot of good people did a lot of fantastic work and clearly did overtime on this ambitious and well-advertised project. The character development and personas developed by the … Read More