Tag: review

  • Review: Sublevel Zero (PC)

    Sublevel Zero Genre: Action, Indie Developer: Sigtrap Games Publisher: Mastertronic Release Date: 10/08/2015 Please enjoy our video review for Sublevel Zero!

  • Review: Broforce (PC)

    Broforce Genre: Action Developer: Free Lives Publisher: Devolver Digital Release Date: 10/15/2015 There was a time that I thought Broforce was going to be stuck in Early Access forever. Ever since its early release last year, I have constantly kept checking in, hoping the game would eventually be stable enough to be considered complete. My…

  • Review: DanganRonpa: Trigger Happy Havoc

    DanganRonpa: Trigger Happy Havoc Publisher: Nippon Ichi Software America Developer: Spike Chunsoft Genre: Murder Mystery, Action-Adventure Release Date: 2/11/2014 As I mentioned in my preview: thanks to the folks at NIS America giving us a pre-release copy of DanganRonpa, I was able to give the game a thorough runthrough. DanganRonpa was originally a title released…

  • Review: AVerMedia C285 Game Capture HD II

    AVerMedia C285 Game Capture HD II MSRP: $196.27 Buy it at: Amazon.com AVerMedia designs and produces a large variety of video capture devices mostly targeted at gamers and game broadcasters. In recent times, one of their more notable pieces of hardware is the Live Gamer Portable. The LGP has been widely adopted by players in…

  • Review: Wheels of Destruction – World Tour (Sony PS3)

    Wheels Of Destruction – World Tour Developer: Gelid Games Publisher: Gelid Games Genre: Online Car Combat Release Date: 03/27/2012 Car Combat games have been back on the rise since the release of Twisted Metal for the PS3, and online arena FPS games are a dime a dozen these days. Wheels of Destruction: World Tour attempts…

  • Review: Bloodrayne: Betrayal (Xbox 360)

    Bloodrayne: Betrayal Genre: Action/Platform Developer: WayForward Publisher: Majesco Release Date: 09/07/2011 If there is one video game franchise that, despite several attempts in multiple forms of media, noone has really been able to make successful, it would be Bloodrayne. How noone has managed to take a barely clothed hot half-vampire chick who kills Nazis AND…

  • Review: Yoostar 2 – In The Movies (Sony PS3)

    So instead of a video game based on a movie, this is a video game based on BEING in movies? Intriguing… and ultimately, not very good.

  • Review: Bulletstorm (Sony PS3)

    From the creators of Painkiller comes an FPS with weirder mechanics and a crass sense of humor. How is it? Find out here.

  • Review: Dungeons (PC)

    Dungeons Publisher: Kalypso Media Developer: Realmforge Studios Genre: Strategy Release Date: February 10, 2011 If you are tired of putting on your armor, shining up your shield, and riding off to rid the world of evil, Realmforge Studios and Kalypso Media have developed an alternative for you. Dungeons turns the heroic fantasy setting around and…

  • Review: Mindjack (Sony PS3)

    Square-Enix and a third person shooter? Well, this certainly isn’t the 90s.

  • Little Big Planet 2 (Sony PS3)

    Sackboy has returned bearing new tools, but is everything else just more of the same? Read on to find out.

  • Review: Megamind – Ultimate Showdown (Sony PS3)

    The 7th Level plays another kid’s game based on a movie. Hilarity ensues!

  • Review: Zhu Zhu Pets Featuring the Wild Bunch (Wii)

    Can the most popular toy of 2009 make the shift in to a quality video game just in time for the 2010 holiday season?

  • 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: Alan Wake (Microsoft Xbox 360)

    Alan Wake Publisher: Microsoft Game Studios Developer: Remedy Entertainment Genre: Survival Horror Release Date: 05/18/2010 We have reached the point in this console generation’s life cycle where developers are no longer satisfied with telling the story of hard, strong men doing brave, bold things. Instead, we’ve reached the point where story is king, and just…

  • Review: The Shadows of the Underworld (Microsoft Xbox 360)

    The Shadows of The Underworld Developer: Totabiento Publisher: Xbox Live Arcade Genre: Shooter Release Date: 03/30/10 Video games have long given tribute to the works of H.P. Lovecraft. Every tentacle-faced monster is, in its way, saluting his works of horror. Very few games have outright made non-Euclidean geometry and Cthonic fears the entire point of…

  • Review: Dragon Ball: Revenge of King Piccolo (Nintendo Wii)

    Game Name: Dragon Ball: Revenge of King Piccolo Publisher: Namco Bandai Developer:Media Vision Genre: Platform/Brawler Release Date: 10/20/2009 A poll of teenagers in the late nineties on the meaning of the word Kamehameha would turn up some interesting results. Sure, you’d get a handful of kids that could tell you that King Kamehameha was the…

  • Review: Zombie Apocalypse (Microsoft Xbox 360)

    Zombie Apocalypse Developer: Nihilistic Software Publisher: Konami Digital Entertainment Inc. Genre: Run N’ Gun Shooter Release Date: 9/23/2009 The zombies are coming! The zombies are everywhere! Ah, how I love this time of year. Most people spend this time of year wondering what they will be for Halloween. Not me. I wonder what sort of…

  • Review: Halo 3: ODST (Microsoft Xbox 360)

    Halo 3: ODST Genre: First Person Shooter Developer: Bungie Publisher: Microsoft Game Studios Release Date: 09/22/2009 When the original Xbox came out nearly eight years ago, people laughed it off as a cash-in attempt on the videogame market by M$. Few people realized that Microsoft was quietly developing their own killer app for the giant…

  • 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 guarantee that the graveyards have a revolving door. In a similar fashion, anything that the video game industry profits from…