Honest reviews about current game titles scored on a 10 point basis.
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May 19 ▫Review
Beautiful to behold, simple at heart yet a very complex strategy game once you get into it. That is Reus. A game that just might be worth checking out.
May 13 ▫Review
Do you like gorgeous tropical islands? Sun drenched white sand beaches? Clobbering hordes of undead over the head with a lead pipe?
May 4 ▫Review
An over-the-top and hilarious spoof on the action films that every child of the 70s and 80s grew up watching and rewatching.
May 4 ▫Review
Mouse Town is a free-to-play app with a fully featured combat system, It is also a highly addicting game that will keep you attached to your screen.
April 29 ▫Review
Does Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel present an addictive, redefined experience that satisfies both newcomers and self-proclaimed Army of Two aficionados alike?
April 28 ▫Review
The newest Dishonored DLC from Arkane/Bethesda isn’t just a handful of new weapons or cosmetic character upgrades
April 25 ▫Review
Is it a fighting game extravaganza or quick cash cow dressed in a skintight latex body suit?
April 12 ▫Review
Does assuming the role of Dante's twin brother, Vergil supply avid hack n' slash fans with enough incentives to warrant another stab at DmC: Devil May Cry?
April 5 ▫Review
Capcom finally released Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate in the West, but is this upgraded port of an old game worth your time?
March 31 ▫Review
Does The Walking Dead exceed expectations or provide avid fans with a lower-than-mediocre experience?
March 29 ▫Review
Welcome to Columbia. Is this journey going to be as memorable as visiting Rapture or will it get lost in the clouds?
March 26 ▫Review
People Can Fly may inject arcade-like action into Gears of War: Judgment, but can this prequel-based installment compete against the greatness of its predecessors?
March 24 ▫Review
Gunman Clive was first released on iOS and Android in 2012. Does jumping to the 3DS with tactile controls and a 3D perspective improve the overall gameplay?
March 19 ▫Review
Our favorite angry man is back. Kratos returns once more to reveal his origin story.
March 17 ▫Review
Crysis 3 has great potential. That is the reason why it is sad to notice that the game is a graphical powerhouse with no soul.
March 17 ▫Review
Arctic chills don't hinder thrills in Visceral Games' latest terrifying, horror threequel
March 15 ▫Review
Platinum Games introduces a successful, slice n' dice-heavy spin-off to the Metal Gear Solid series.
March 12 ▫Review
Keeping you entertained from beginning to end, Assassin's Creed graphic novel trilogy is a great gift for a gamer.
March 10 ▫Review
Does Crystal Dynamics have what it takes to bring Lara Croft back to her former gaming glory?
February 23 ▫Review
Are you ready to spend a few hours of your time experiencing what would happen if George Washington went mad?
February 14 ▫Review
Aliens: Colonial Marines attempts to capture the feel of the sci-fi masterpiece but design stumbles hurt the end result.
February 9 ▫Review
Welcome to the colourful and exciting world of Ni No Kuni. Can this game be the jRPG that the PS3 has been waiting for or is it just another case of a game trying to hard?
January 10 ▫Review
Good, cheerful, heart-warming fun. Marvin’s Mittens proves that wonderful and new things can still be done with well-used forms.
December 21 ▫Review
Playstation All-Stars: Battle Royale is a crossover fighting game where all our favorite characters from the PS2 to the PS3 come together to battle it out.
December 12 ▫Review
ZombiU is a zombie survival/horror game as a Wii U exclusive. It's probably a game that's going to pass itself as the most hardcore exclusive on the system right now.
December 1 ▫Review
Planetside 2 is a Free-2-Play MMOFPS. Firefights are wildly chaotic with sometimes hundreds, of participants on a battlefield simultaneously.
November 24 ▫Review
The unfinished Swan, a PSN game by Giant Sparrow is best described as a first person shooter-puzzle game that paints itself as children’s storybook.
November 22 ▫Review
Mark of the Ninja-a stealth action (mostly stealth) game about a ninja warrior with tattoos that grant both power and insanity.
November 21 ▫Review
What's cooler than a high end business suit wearing bald headed contract killer with a barcode tattooed on the back of his head wielding dual silenced Silverballer pistols? Not a whole hell of a lot.
November 15 ▫Review
Thomas Was Alone is a relatively simplistic indie platformer with a surprisingly lengthy journey that some may find disarmingly engaging.