0 CommentsPosted by Adam Frankenfeld on June 15, 2013 under PC Reviews
Wargame: Airland Battle is a wonderful example of a real-time strategy mixed with elements of what one would assume to be in a military sim. The player needs to know what is going on, and when you face the outstanding advertisement of 750 units, it can seem just a little too daunting. After my first game of jumping right into it, Wargame made me realize one thing. War is hell. There sh... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Romello Morris on June 13, 2013 under New Releases, PS Vita, PS Vita Reviews
Today everyone I am giving you guys my two cents on rather Ratchet & Clank Full Frontal assault PS Vita is worth the 19.99 it is in the PSN Store. I would also like to note that Ratchet & Clank Full Frontal Assault is not made by the creators of the Ratchet & Clank franchise, but by another reliable Dev team Tin Giant. So off to what I think, and feel about this port o... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Adam Frankenfeld on June 10, 2013 under PC Reviews, Reviews
Space, the final frontier, it’s vast emptiness is a mystery to most of us here on Earth. Luckily there are games like Stardrive out there that help us imagine what life would be like if we were to be in charge of a galactic empire with the goal of expansion. Stardrive is a space sim, and like most space sims, it is extremely complex. As a mild space sim player, I found Stardrive to be co... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Martyn Licchelli on June 10, 2013 under Featured, PC, PS3, PS3 Reviews, Reviews, XBOX 360, XBOX 360 Reviews
I'll make this short and sweet for those who don't want to read a long review. Remember Me has a lot of great points, sadly they're mixed up with parts of the game where you can't help but feel like the game needed more adding to it. For those who want to know why I feel that way, read on. Remember Me starts off well, the year is 2084 and you're presented with an advert for a product called Sen... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Adam Frankenfeld on June 3, 2013 under PC Reviews
Dragon's Lair is a classic game that has been revisited several times since it's initial release. The main question we have to answer is whether the Steam version of Dragon's Lair builds upon the idea of the original in any way at all. The short and easy answer is no. This game is one that hasn't changed since its previous re-release, and feels poorly timed for a release now. While the... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Peter Ripple on June 1, 2013 under PC, Reviews
Reus, developed by Abbey Games, gives the player control over four giants that manipulate a small planet's environment. The giants each can terraform the small, cross-sectional planet, or create objects. The game's unique draw is the inability to control humanity. The aim of the game is to shape the planet in particular ways to implicitly shape humanity. While the idea is unique enough for replay-... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Adam Frankenfeld on May 31, 2013 under New Releases, PC Reviews
Bad Bots is a game that features many different styles, mostly focusing on a retro side-scrolling shooter feel with a fun and engaging story. Like most games in this genre there are many areas that are done beautifully, and some areas that are lacking some innovation. The game stars Sam McRae, a mechanic on the “Titan Hauler” a cargo ship, and to no surprise of the player, must face seve... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Adam Frankenfeld on May 28, 2013 under PS Vita Reviews
Men’s Room Mayhem is a game that has many great qualities about it, yet all in all leaves room for growth. The premise of the game is that you are in charge of moving patrons who enter the restroom. As soon as they enter, they are yours to control, each having a specific need. You must guide them to the station that suites their needs, and once their.... needs... are met, guide them eith... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Peter Ripple on May 28, 2013 under Reviews, XBOX 360
The name itself is enough to attract attention. When I first noticed Shark Attack Deathmatch featured on the indie page of the Xbox 360 Dashboard, I chuckled and imagined ludicrous, unpolished gameplay--with sharks! What became apparent is that below the surface-level absurdity, SADM is a truly addicting and unique game. There are several different game-types, the featured being a death-match t... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Martyn Licchelli on May 28, 2013 under PC Reviews, PS3, PS3 Reviews, Reviews, XBOX 360, XBOX 360 Reviews
Anyone who is old enough to drink, has invariably had that one conversation with friends which starts with the question “If you could go back in time, what period would you go to?” For me, there's always been a strong choice of two possibilities. Feudal Japan, and any time in America when the West was wild, and quick draw shootouts were a regular event, that no one even batted an... more.
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