Review: Risen 3 - Titan Lords (PC)

Risen 3: Titan Lords Developer: Piranha Bytes Publisher: Deep Silver Genre: Action Adventure RPG Release: 08/12/2014 Frustration, enjoyment, confusion and disappointment. These are the range of emotions I went through as I marched my way thro »»

Review: Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood (Xbox 360)

The next Assassin's Creed is out with more tweaks and changes, but how much to they improve the game really? AJ has a surprising response. »»

Review: Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II (Microsoft Xbox 360)

Starkiller's back for another single handed massacre of the Empire, but is his second go-round as entertaining as before? Find out here. »»

Review: Pirates Plundarrr (WII)

Pirates Plundarrr Publisher: Majesco Developer: Boomzap Genre: Action Release Date: 06/15/2010 What a strange journey pirates have had in the media in the last fifteen yarrrrs. A few decades ago, pirates had become laughable, a bad idea tha »»

Review: Dante's Inferno (Microsoft Xbox 360)

Dante's Inferno Publisher: Visceral Games Developer: EA Games Genre: Action Release Date: 02/09/2010 English professors are probably shaking their heads right now. After decades of difficulty in getting students to read the classics, along c »»

Review: Matt Hazard: Blood Bath & Beyond (Microsoft Xbox 360)

Matt Hazard: Blood Bath & Beyond Publisher: D3Publisher Developer: Vicious Cycle Genre: 2D Run-and-Gun Release Date: 1/6/2010 It was hard for me to look at Eat Lead: The Return of Matt Hazard when it released in early 2009. Vicious Cycle took »»

Review: Darksiders (Microsoft Xbox 360)

Darksiders Publisher: THQ Developer: Vigil Games Genre: Action Release Date: 01/05/2010 Well, Holiday 2009 is over and done with, and we can get back to playing all the games that we didn't have time to fully explore last fall, right? Well.. »»

Review: Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2 (Microsoft Xbox 360)

Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2 Developer: Vicarious Visions Publisher: Activision Genre: Action RPG Release: 09/15/2009 There is no truer fact in comic books than returning to life. Heroes, villains, and lost loves, you can pretty much gua »»

Review: X-Men Origins: Wolverine (X360)

logan-cover1 X-Men Origins: Wolverine Uncaged Edition Developer: Raven Software Publisher: Activision Genre: Action Release Date: 05/01/2009 »»

Review: Gears of War 2 (Microsoft Xbox 360)

: Gears of War 2 Genre: First Person Shooter Developer: Epic Games Publisher: Microsoft Game Studios Release Date: 11/7/2008 »»

Star Wars: The Force Unleashed (Sony PSP)

Star Wars: The Force Unleashed Genre: Action Developer: Krome Publisher: Lucas Arts Release Date: 09/16/2008 »»

Review: Secret Agent Clank (Sony PSP)

Secret Agent Clank Developer: High Impact Games Publisher: SCEA Genre: 3d Action/Platformer Release Date: 6/17/08 »»

Review: Iron Man (PS2)

ironmancoverIron Man Genre: Action Developer: Artificial Mind Publisher: Sega Release Date: 05/02/08 »»

Review: God of War: Chains of Olympus (Sony PSP)

God of War: Chains of Olympus Developer: Ready at Dawn Studios Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment of America Genre: Action Release Date: 03/04/2008 Let us rewind back to two years ago. On March 16, 2006, Ready at Dawn Studios made a huge s »»

Review: Pursuit Force: Extreme Justice (Sony PSP)

Purusit Force: Extreme Justice Genre: Action/Arcade Publisher: Sony Developer: BigBig Studios Release Date: January 29, 2008 Pursuit Force: Extreme Justice is really a game of highs and lows. There are a ton of great things to love about this game, and in almost all cases, those great things are equally met by things to hate. For instance, it's nice to have a story full of twists and turns, but on the other hand no character evolution; and while some of the mechanics are rock solid and tons of fun, others are broken. Whether or not you'll enjoy Pursuit Force really depends on what you're looking for in a game. As a sequel, I'd personally say that it is a much more complete and ultimately better game than its predecessor. Big Big Studios really knew what made their game great and showcased those parts to the fullest. If you own a PSP and are looking for a great portable game, you could do far worse than Pursuit Force. I mentioned that the story had a lot of twists and turns. That was an understatement. You'll play as the Commander of an elite police squad. (If you haven't guessed, they're called the Pursuit Force) As the game sets out, you're knee deep in the ceremony of marrying the beautiful and talented Jessica, who series vets will recognize as the helicopter pilot for the first game. The beautiful moment is ruined, however, when a group of convicts, returning from the first game and freshly broken out of prison, decide to crash the party and let city know they're back. Another returning group is the Warlords, a Russian mercenary group led by General. From pretty early on, it's obvious that the sudden reemergence of these gangs you helped to defeat in the first game is no accident. They are here for blood. Two other gangs quickly join the fray and it comes down to you vs. everyone else. On top of all that, you have a new rival police group known as Viper Squad to contend with, as well as breaking in your rookie members. Eventually, you'll battle on hovercrafts, make your way on across a speeding train, snipe enemies out of a helicopter, and even save the city from a nuclear explosion. »»

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