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  • Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy | Review (3DS)

    0 CommentsPosted by on July 31, 2012 under Featured, Handheld, Headlines, Reviews
    With the exception of Rhythm Thief & the Emporer's Treasure coming out a couple of weeks later, there weren't a lot of rhythm games to go around that didn't involve plastic instruments, microphones, or making yourself look like a complete goof in front of your TV screen, let alone one you can take on the road. It was only a few years ago where I was putting a ton of playtime into Elite Beat A... more.
  • Max Payne 3 | Review (Xbox 360)

    0 CommentsPosted by on June 18, 2012 under Featured, General Gaming, Headlines, PC, Playstation 3, Reviews, Xbox 360
    I stared back at the vile grimace from the man on the cover. This wretched, self-loathing and depressed pile of garbage was to entertain me for at least six hours. The controller shook and the credits rolled. Leaning back into my chair, I felt a sense of exhaustion and thoughts riddled my mind like Max’s bullet riddled body. Had Rockstar done what they set out to do? Or had their weird style got... more.
  • Diablo III | Review (PC)

    0 CommentsPosted by on June 12, 2012 under Featured, Headlines, PC, Reviews
    Its a sequel almost twelve years in the making, and it’s finally in everyone’s hands. Diablo III is finally here for those who’ve been waiting over a decade and have built more characters than a single hard drive can hold in Diablo II. So does it really live up to the hype and reputation? I will admit that the third entry in the series is my first, which I got into after falling in love with... more.
  • Colors! 3D | Review (3DS)

    0 CommentsPosted by on April 10, 2012 under Featured, Handheld, Headlines, Reviews
    Chances are if you own a device that allows you to move a cursor on a screen or select something on the screen itself with your finger, there's probably a drawing app for it somewhere. Throughout the years, drawing apps have been a guilty pleasure of one and many a person trying to kill sometime, even if they can't draw. Now, Collective Smiles has come up with the bright idea of bringing the abili... more.
  • Wipeout 2048 | Review (Playstation Vita)

    0 CommentsPosted by on March 14, 2012 under Featured, General Gaming, Handheld, Headlines, Reviews
    Any fan of Sony should know of the Wipeout series; it’s been a Playstation exclusive since Wipeout 3 was released in 1999. The PSP had it’s own Wipeout game available as a launch title (Wipeout Pure), so it seems only fair that the newest Sony handheld get the same treatment. This is where Wipeout 2048 comes in, the latest game in the series, and one of the launch titles for the Vita. Long sto... more.
  • Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning | Review (Xbox 360)

    0 CommentsPosted by on February 14, 2012 under Community Articles, Featured, Headlines, PC, Playstation 3, Reviews, Xbox 360
    What happens when you get some of the minds behind Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion and the fiction/fantasy writer R.A. Salvador to make a game? Well, Reckoning happens, and boy is it one hell of an adventure at that. When you set out to make a new RPG, with new characters, new monsters, new lore, and an entirely new world today, you better be bringing the big guns. With competitors like Mass Effect, S... more.
  • Final Fantasy XIII-2 | Review (PS3)

    1 CommentsPosted by on February 8, 2012 under Community Articles, Featured, Headlines, Playstation 3, Reviews, Xbox 360
    The Final Fantasy series has had its ups and downs over its lifespan, and Square Enix revamped the series with Final Fantasy XIII. The fighting system was a more modern approach to turn based RPG's and graphically, it was in par with some of the best games on the market for any console. With the newest installment into the Final Fantasy series, and direct sequel to Final Fantasy XIII, Square Enix ... more.
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