Ninja Theory creates a new Devil May Cry that is a new spin on the series. Read More.
Reviews By Chris Moore
Back in 2006, PlayStation fans got their own version of an enthralling Zelda adventure in the form of Okami. PlayStation players swelled with all that was given to them; an epic quest to undertake, characters to care about and a great evil to overcome. Now it's 2012 and Capcom has decided to return to the title with updated visuals. Read More.
By the time you finish the campaign and Touch by Stan Bush is playing as the credits roll, you once again know who High Moon Studios has made this game for. With War for Cybetron, we were given the Autobot/Decepticon war as it was starting to reach its turning point. Read More.
The Xbox 360 is filled with shooters. The console has basically made its bones on this genre. You have first-person powerhouses such as Halo and Call of Duty leading the way, while in the third-person realm, Gears of War became an instant hit almost overnight. Read More.
Double Fine returns to the alternate history of the Iron Brigade (Once called Trenched) series with its latest DLC. Nothing big has really changed with the series except the principal location. Rise of the Martian Bear is still the great action of Iron Brigade will a couple of new weapons and some extra levels. Read More.
The Virtua Fighter series has always been a series about the bare bones. You have a cast of characters placed into an arena and your goal is to beat them. There's really no goal for each individual fighter stated in the game. There is no indication what they are fighting for as you battle opponent after opponent. Read More.
Right off the bat, I am not a reader of The Walking Dead comics, but I am an avid watcher of the TV show. It doesn't matter if you read the comics, watch the TV show or both; if you are a fan of The Walking Dead, you will want to play this game. I want to note that I know aspects of this game is based off the comic books, but I compare some of them to the TV show and I just want to say that it can be compared to either of them. Read More.
When CyberConnect2 released Ultimate Ninja Storm in 2008, it was by far the best playing Naruto title ever made. It looked incredible and played just as equally well. Now Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Generations has arrived and CyberConnect2 decided to cut out a few extra things that added to the gameplay and made it stand out above other fighting games. Read More.
The Call of Duty series has very effectively cemented itself as the benchmark shooter for hardcore FPS fans. You are rewarded for your constant participation in the system and any slack of involvement is made clear with poorer weapons than your competition and a performance not to your liking. Read More.
When you are dealing with the mutant world of the X-Men, political issues will always come to the forefront of storytelling for them. The characters of Charles Xavier and Magneto have always been characterized as Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X respectfully. Read More.
Bodycount is a game where the focus is completely on gameplay and little anywhere else. You are given a gun and are told to shoot first and ask questions never. The only real thing driving you forward is the urge to kill and to not die in the process. Read More.
The downloadable world is filled with tower defense games these days. However, Double Fine Productions decided to change it up a bit. Instead of controlling units from the skies above, Trenched places you right on the field in the thick of battle defending your posts from monstrous creations and it never stops being fun. Read More.
High Moon Studios had some great mechanics with War for Cybertron. The gameplay was fast-paced and transforming on the fly was fun and essential to the experience. With the third Michael Bay movie, it was inevitable that a game tie-in would be over the horizon. Read More.
The experience of being a marine isn't supposed to be like games like Halo and Duke Nukem. You aren't some over strength one-man army action hero. You are part of a team and being a part of that team means that you bring in your strengths and weaknesses with the rest of them. Read More.
For the most hyperactive ninja in the world, it would make sense for him to have quite the hyperactive game. Naruto really isn't one to go slow-paced. It is always full-steam all the time. He burns bright and he burns fast. His latest DS title showcases his energetic nature. Read More.