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Game Reviews Archive
Damien sits down to interview the team behind MegaMan Battle Network Chrono X, and delivers an exclusive reveal for the upcoming fan-made game!
This game kept me on the edge of my seat to the very end. I was begging for more at the end of each chapter.
High Moon Studios delivers simply the best Transformers game to date, and also one of the best licensed games available on today’s consoles.
Copious collectibles abound in the newest iteration of the Spider-Man gaming franchise, which will keep gamers swinging for long days and hot summer nights.
To this gamer, there is no amount of painkillers and assured death that can possibly save Max Payne 3 from it’s bullet-time mediocrity.
“The dead don’t kill their own… It’s the living you gotta be afraid of.” Telltale proves this statement true with another truly stellar episode of the Walking Dead interactive saga.
Lego Batman swings into the summer gaming season, and passes muster. It’s also the best “Superman” interactive game to date!
Telltale Games delivers Robert Kirkman’s saga of survival to game consoles in an episodic adventure series sure to please adventure aficionados both young and old.
Capcom’s big time graphical powerhouse uses six fists of awesome to appeal to the gamer, the anime fan, the cinema buff, the TV junkie, the comic fan, and the lover of literature and mythology in all of us.
The heralded return of mob hitman and Don, Jackie Estacado, has him fighting for his life, his family, and his sanity in an early, welcome surprise for gaming in 2012.
It’s the post-apocalyptic, wild west gunslinging, Mad Max-style driving FPS in which ID Software and Bethesda deliver one of the most undervalued titles of 2011.
For the past three years, we have lived in the past life of Ezio Al’Auditore di Firenze. Ubisoft concludes that which it began in 2009.
About as fun as a headbutt from the Juggernaut, Destiny is about as paper thin as the graphics applied to the characters.
Nine months after the initial release of the greatest fighting mash up in history, MvC3 gets the ultimate treatment with a package that falls a little short of being worthy to wield Mjolnir for the ages.
An attempt to capture lightning in a bottle twice falls a bit short.
Spider-Man: Edge of Time hit store shelves yesterday. Mike Boyd offers his first impressions.
ArkanoArena is a new game for iPhone/iPod Touch from Sketch Games and is available for $1.99 in the App Store.
Not the worst movie tie-in game to hit consoles, but not the best either.