When my friend first told me about the Skylanders: Spyro’s Adventure game, and how her nine year old son just loved playing it, I had no idea what it was. Then my son came back from my friend’s house saying that Skylanders was the best thing he’d ever played and that he really wanted it [...]
Orbitron Revolution is a recent indie game that puts a new spin on an old classic, but both games stand alone as awesome.
All men dream, but not equally. Those who dream by night, in the dusty recesses of their mind, wake in the day to find that it was vanity. But the dreamers of the day, are dangerous men, for they may act out their dream with open eyes, to make it possible. This. I did. T.E. [...]
Back in 2009, Rocksteady’s brilliant Arkham Asylum reinvigorated my devotion to the Dark Knight. Jump ahead a bit and here we are at 2011 with its sequel, Arkham City, and a whole new level of Batman to explore. I’ve played through at least half of the total game experience and have quite a bit to [...]
Oh Insomniac Games, if only all developers were as motivated as you. You have delivered a new quality title every single year of the Play Station 3’s life cycle. Let’s count them. 2006: Resistance: Fall of Man 2007: Ratchet and Clank Future: Tools of Destruction 2008: Resistance 2, AND the downloadable Ratchet and Clank Future: [...]
It’s been a few months since I broke down and purchased a 3DS, but it only dawned on me yesterday that while I have played through The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D, I’ve yet to give my full impressions of the title. Well, Zelda is still going through its wonderful 25th anniversary, so [...]
There are very few games out there that really get my gears turning and heart pumping like a good round of God of War, the epic tale of a one-Spartan-army and his rampage through the pantheon of Greek Mythology with the power of chain blades and quick time events. Praise him or condemn him, there [...]
It’s been quite a while since we’ve seen a new BloodRayne title hit consoles. Not since 2005 if you look into the franchise’s history. But now Rayne has a chance to come back into the spotlight (or shadows since she’s a dhampir) under the guidance of WayForward, last known for A Boy and His Blob [...]
I’m not much of an RPG gamer but when I saw Bastion previewed for the Summer of Arcade I pegged it as one I would enjoy. Most of the time my gaming expectations aren’t fully satisfied but this time they were exceeded.
I love Pokemon. The more I play, the more I find I enjoy it. But playing through White Version (yes, I’m linking back to that review again) has me seeing the real limitations of the series, not from a gameplay standpoint or a graphical or sound quality perspective, but rather from the world of Pokemon [...]