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Sony 2014 E3 Media Briefing Recap

Sony 2014 E3 Media Briefing Recap

Overall, Sony’s E3 Media Briefing left something to be desired. It wasn’t terrible, per se, but there were a lot of moments that brought down the overall flow of the presentation.

Strider Review

Strider Review

As a franchise reboot we enjoyed the new Strider immensely — it has just enough of the original flair mixed with rapid current generation of twitch gaming charm.

Saint Seiya Brave Soldiers Review

Saint Seiya Brave Soldiers Review

Saint Seiya Brave Soldiers is something else. When first jumping into the game I went in with little knowledge as to what I was getting myself into, and that isn’t necessarily a bad thing. Featuring heavy anime tones and beats paired with a solid fighting system, the game is a decent foray into the world(…)

Beyond Two Souls Preview

Beyond Two Souls Preview

Developer Quantic Dream and their outspoken head David Cage have been working long and hard since the release of their “outside the box” detective-style QTE-laced game Heavy Rain on a brand new adventure that shares a bit of the same design philosophy. Beyond: Two Souls is the culmination of a few years of hard work(…)

Alien Rage Review

Alien Rage Review

Nostalgia is all about perspective. Alien Rage is a first person shooter developed by City Interactive Games, the team behind the Sniper: Ghost Warrior series. Players are tasked with defending a remote mining facility on an asteroid from opposing alien forces that are after promethium, the once plentiful energy source that could power or destroy(…)

Flashback HD Review

Flashback HD Review

As an avid enthusiast of downloadable games and campy 90’s science fiction tales, I was initially intrigued by VectorCell and Ubisoft’s hi-def remake of Flashback. This 2.5D platform shooter does its best to draw upon the popularity of the original version that came out 21 years ago, but mundane missions and a slow-paced narrative makes(…)

How to Survive Hands-On Impressions E3 Expo

How to Survive Hands-On Impressions E3 Expo

How to Survive is a third person isometric zombie action game developed by EKO Software and published by 505 games. Though it looks like just another clone in a glutton of post-apocalyptic zombie killers, How to Survive is fun in spite of itself. Going hands-on with the game, I noticed there are really two halves(…)

Borderlands 2 Tiny Tina’s Assault on Dragon Keep DLC Review

Borderlands 2 Tiny Tina’s Assault on Dragon Keep DLC Review

After a less-than-lackluster DLC outing last time around, Borderlands 2 comes back into proper form with its latest downloadable content, Tiny Tina’s Assault on Dragon Keep. This heavily fantasy-themed expansion is loaded with new enemies, areas, weapons, and tons of the trademark irreverent humor and pop culture references the Borderlands series has always been known(…)

Worms Revolution – Review

Worms Revolution – Review

The Worms series is back again with Worms Revolution – looking better than ever with the same quirkiness that the franchise is known for. All the classic weapons are back with some new friends, giving your little worm soldiers the armory they need. This along with the robust tutorial will be great if you’re new(…)

Dishonored – Review

Dishonored – Review

Dishonored is a Victorian/Steampunk immersive experience (or game if you will) that takes players to a strange and mysterious land and drops them inside the body of Corvo Attano.  As Corvo you are betrayed, imprisoned, manipulated and turned into an expert stealth assassin with the ability to wield creative weapons and magical items. Arkane Studios, Bethesda &(…)

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