‘Dead Space 2’ Improves on Series Foundation

January 31st, 2011
6 years ago

Dead Space 2 is the second installment in the horror/survival series focusing on engineer Isaac Clarke on his mission to learn more about the mysterious Marker. Taking place in the Sprawl, a massive space city, Clarke has to battle the monsters called necromorphs, surviving both reality and the hallucinations that now haunt him.

Real-time Physics Engine Makes ‘NHL 11’ A Revamped Experience

September 12th, 2010
6 years ago

It’s another year and another round of applause for developer EA Canada as their award-winning NHL series hits 2011. Sports games have often fallen prey to the perceived image of each installment simply being a roster update and a shallow feature or two on top. EA Sports’ NHL series has long defied this rightfully deserved label.

Not Without Flaws, ‘Metroid Other M’ Is A Worthy Entry Into Series

September 12th, 2010
6 years ago

Metroid: Other M, released on August 31, 2010 and exclusively on the Nintendo Wii, is the second Metroid installment to come to the Wii (with the first being Metroid Prime: Corruption). Other M takes place right after Planet Zebes was destroyed in Super Metroid (SNES).

‘Final Fantasy XIII’ Beautiful But Flawed

March 14th, 2010
7 years ago

The latest installment in the Final Fantasy video game series provides gamers with an all new gameplay system, amazing graphics and an intriguing storyline that aims to make players feel connected to the characters they’re in control of.

MLB 10: The Show‎ Review

March 7th, 2010
7 years ago

With the 2010 baseball season on the horizon, Sony Computer Entertainment has released a masterpiece with MLB 10: The Show‎. This game is, in fact the most realistic baseball video game ever made.

Game review: ‘MAG’ is Refreshing New Release for PS3

February 7th, 2010
7 years ago

MAG, otherwise known as Massive Action Game, is the latest and greatest video game released exclusively for the Playstation 3. It has broken all boundaries in terms of online gameplay, being the first to feature a 256-player battlefield.

More Zombies, New Friends for a Better Apocalypse

December 8th, 2009
7 years ago

If you enjoy a good zombie apocalypse movie every now and then (and who doesn’t?), you’ve probably wondered how long you would survive among hordes of the undead.

First There Was Rock, Then There Was ‘DJ Hero’

December 6th, 2009
7 years ago

By Michael Walsh Just when you thought your home was safe from more plastic musical instruments for at least a little while, here comes Activision’s DJ Hero, a new spin on the rhythm game genre. Destined to make you a king of the turntable, something Grandmaster Flash first used as a musical instrument (Flash reminds […]

‘Modern Warfare 2’ A Robust, Immersive Experience

November 15th, 2009
7 years ago

The mammoth release that Modern Warfare 2 truly is deserves more than just words to help describe how staggering Infinity Ward’s efforts are.

Repackaging ‘Resident Evil’ for A Fifth Game

April 7th, 2009
7 years ago

There’s been a recent complaint over “Resident Evil 5”, developed by Capcom for the Xbox 360, and how almost all the zombies are dark skinned and how the protagonist shooting them has the appearance of a Backstreet Boy on steroids.

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