It’s another year and another Gears of War game, at least that is how I felt when I popped in the Gears of War: Judgment disk into my Xbox 360. It all just felt so familiar. I knew there was going to be plenty of chainsaws, impaled enemies, explosions and of course some extreme texture ..
Hitman: Absolution was a much anticipated game published by Square-Enix and developed by IO Interactive. Fans of the series have had to wait a long time since the last installment, Hitman: Blood Money was released in 2006. The new installment of Hitman picks up where Blood Money left off with a couple of twists and ..
Little Inferno made by the Tomorrow Corporation prides itself on being an indie gem. The three developers have already made two other critically accepted indie games, World Of Goo and Henry Hatsworth. The game is available on the PC as a download and also is one of the first downloadable titles available for the Wii ..
People coming out of E3 2012 said that Leon’s campaign would return Resident Evil to it’s survival horror roots. However, playing the game the only thing I found scary was the mechanics and the only thing that resembled horror was the idea of me playing through all of the campaigns fully
Sleeping dogs is good, hell, Sleeping Dogs is great. This sleeper hit has been through two sets of hands for publishers and most games in that position hardly ever come out as a finished product. This open world hand to hand combat game is by far my game of the year so far and should be on everyone’s radar
Tony Hawk is one of the most beloved franchise that has fallen from it’s graces. Millions of people remember Goldfinger’s Superman only as that one song that played when you first started the Warehouse level in the original Tony Hawk Pro Skater
The Elder Scrolls franchise is based around a great story and expansive unlimited content. People spent literally hundreds of hours inside of Morrowind and Oblivion doing quests till their hearts content
A customizable street pass profile, local multiplayer and a ton of different game modes keeps this game fresh for a long time. The songs and events pull at nostalgia strings while introducing a new laid back game that can be enjoyed on a bus or while chillin’ on a couch at home. The only real gripe I have is that the RPG elements are kind of almost an after thought. Other than that though, the folks at Square Enix have a great game in Theatrhythm, just a bad title