0 CommentsPosted by Matt on July 16, 2012 under Featured, Features, General Gaming, Headlines, Playstation 3, Xbox 360
The Resident Evil franchise has gone under many major changes in the last decade. From the change from fixed-cameras perspective to third-person shooting and from a focus on atmosphere to a focus on gunning action, gamers have come to expect constant changes from title to title with this series (for better or worse). While some people welcomed the faster pace of the few recent games, old fans have... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Matt on June 4, 2012 under E3 2012, Featured, General Gaming, Headlines, Xbox 360
Kinect has been around for a couple of years and the Xbox 360 has been around for about six years. Since it was announced that no next-generation console was going to be presented at this year’s E3, the American manufacturer has to rely on games to impress gamers: Fable: The Journey, Halo 4, and Forza Horizon. We will bring you all the information about Microsoft’s press conference live starti... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Matt on October 16, 2011 under Featured, General Gaming, Handheld, Headlines, PC, Playstation 3, Wii, Xbox 360
The Fall season is here once more and it is probably more packed than ever. Lost with all the games coming out? Here are our team’s picks to help you out a little in your game shopping! John’s Top 3 picks: #3 – The ICO & Shadow of the Colossus Collection (PlayStation 3) Team Japan & Fumito Ueda's creation. When they first came out, they were amazing and I'm looking forward to se... more.
1 CommentsPosted by Albert on September 20, 2011 under Featured, Headlines, Reviews, Xbox 360
Crimson Alliance is a cooperative action RPG game from Certain Affinity that puts you in the middle of an epic battle against the Cult Of The Soul Siren. I haven't gotten the chance to dive into multiplayer on Crimson Alliance as I do not have Xbox Live Gold, but if the game play is as solid as it is in the single player, there is no doubt in my mind that there aren't many issues... more.
1 CommentsPosted by Matt on September 13, 2011 under Featured, General Gaming, Headlines, PC, Reviews, Xbox 360
About once every year, there is always one game that gets released that simply surprises me. You know: the type of game that sure does look interesting at first but doesn’t seem to be incredible but end up being a total blast. Last year, this game was Super Meat Boy. In 2009, it was Final Fantasy XIII. So far this year, this game might as well be Benjamin Friedrich’s Chester, a great... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Matt on September 4, 2011 under Featured, General Gaming, Headlines, PC, Reviews, Xbox 360
Fast-action platformers have been coming back into the gaming scene quite a bit recently with titles like Super Meat Boy. While these games are not built for everyone (as they can be very unforgiving), the Xbox LIVE Indie Games platform has also been hit by this wave with titles like The Deep Cave and Aban Hawkins & the 1000 SPIKES. Originally released in June 2011 as a browser game, DoubleD... more.
1 CommentsPosted by Matt on August 27, 2011 under Featured, General Gaming, Headlines, Reviews, Xbox 360
You probably have been told before to never judge a book by its cover. While you usually can do this with almost every game on the Xbox LIVE Indie Games channel (especially most of the games featuring Avatars), some titles feature such great gameplay that you can and should get over their look. This is the case of Cute Things Dying Violently, a bloody-yet-cute action puzzler launched during the In... more.
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