Category Archives: Review

Killer Instinct Review – Supreme Victory

Killer Instinct holds a special place in my heart and remains one of those arcade fighting games that demanded my quarters anytime I walked into the local video arcade center. These days, that feels like an eternity ago as the … Continue reading

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Ryse: Son of Rome Review – Glory To Rome

It’s fair to say that Ryse: Son of Rome has had a difficult time gaining traction up to its release after officially debuting at Microsoft’s E3 press conference last year. While the game impressed visually, critics and the public seemed … Continue reading

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Borderlands 2: Tiny Tina’s Assault On Dragon Keep Review – Roll For Initiative and Guns!

While we may (or may not) be seeing more from Borderlands 2 in the future, for now, Gearbox has released the last of the Season Pass content and honestly, they’ve held the best for the very end. Taking place in … Continue reading

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Deadpool Review – Guns, Blades, and Chimichangas

Deadpool didn’t exactly inspire confidence leading up to it’s release with Activision delaying the game, reducing it’s price by 10 dollars off the standard rate, and even firing a number of employees from High Moon a few months prior to … Continue reading

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BioShock Infinite Review – Nothing But Blue Sky Ahead

Irrational had a tall task coming into Infinite.  How do you top a game that many hold in such high regard?  Is it even possible? It’s been a long four years of waiting, but Irrational Games has finally managed to … Continue reading

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Dead Space 3 Review – Third Time’s A Charm?

EA and Visceral Games are back for a third time, putting players in the boots of the very unlucky space engineer, Isaac Clarke, who’s looking for a way to finally put an end to the necromorph infestation.  Visceral is once … Continue reading

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Gears of War Judgment Review – Another Cog In The Machine

Gears of War is back for one last hurrah before the next generation hits and People Can Fly is now leading the charge.  Billed as a prequel to the original trilogy, Judgment focuses on a younger Baird and Cole along … Continue reading

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