Chris Moore

Reviews By Chris Moore

Front Mission Evolved Review (PS3)

By Chris Moore () - 4.5 out of 10

I was always curious about the Front Mission series, but since I have a rather abysmal track record with tactical RPGs, I stood clear of them. No amount of giant robot action could sway my opinion when I was young. Now with Front Mission Evolved, the series has swayed from its tactical roots and been changed to a third-person mech shooter. Read More.

Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions Review (X360)

By Chris Moore () - 7.8 out of 10

In Spider-Man games of the past, developers created an open world for Spider-Man to explore. Once the main story was over, players could just freely roam high above the streets above New York City fighting crime and saving civilians from certain death. Beenox decided to go a different route. Read More.

Tom Clancy's H.A.W.X 2 Review (X360)

By Chris Moore () - 5.5 out of 10

Getting in the seat of a high-speed fighter jet is supposed to be a thrill, not a chore. Taking to the sky and engaging in dogfights has always been appealing to me. That is why it is such a disappointment that Tom Clancy's H.A.W.X. 2 takes a lot of the fun out of the whole experience thanks in part to frustrating level designs and poor A. Read More.

Transformers: War for Cybertron Review (X360)

By Chris Moore () - 7.6 out of 10

When first opening this game, I did something I have never done with any other game like this. I rushed over to the multiplayer section. Not really to jump into the online action with other players, but to create my own Transformers. When this game was first announced, I was just a tad bit interested in it. Read More.

LIMBO Review (X360)

By Chris Moore () - 8.5 out of 10

During our venture to E3, a creepy little email came to my inbox. In it was just a simple picture of a little boy, cloaked in shadows with glaring white eyes in front of a giant spider. It did leave some questions that what in the world this game was all about. Read More.

Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands Review (PS3)

By Chris Moore () - 7.8 out of 10

Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time was a landmark game. Not just for platform and action games, but for me personally. This was the first game of only two games I have ever rented, beat the game and then once I was done, went out and bought the game. On the whim of a commercial I thought was interesting, I decided to give it a go. Read More.

No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle Review (Wii)

By Chris Moore () - 8.2 out of 10

For those out there that think the Wii is nothing but a system for the casual gamer and their grandma; where you'll spend the majority of your times bowling, cooking, and doing yoga poses; and only Nintendo alums such as Mario, Link and Samus can survive because they are timeless icons, I have news for you. Read More.

Aliens vs. Predator Review (X360)

By Chris Moore () - 6.7 out of 10

In the vein of Marvel vs. DC, Star Trek vs. Star Wars; two very recognizable science fiction icons clash to prove which one of them is truly the better species. Fans of any of the series would be in an uproar if the makers of the game favoured one species over the other. Read More.

Modern Warfare 2 Review (X360)

By Chris Moore () - 9.2 out of 10

Infinity Ward has a seemingly impossible task in front of them. When Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare hit, it quickly became a huge success. It was a best-selling game and rivaled the likes of Halo 3 in online multiplayer. When its sequel was announced, hype quickly swelled around it. Read More.

Shadow Complex Review (X360)

By Chris Moore () - 8.9 out of 10

The people at Chair Entertainment and Epic Games must have had their Super Nintendo hooked up when they were thinking of this game. Inside it was a copy of the classic game Super Metroid. While they were in Brinstar battling Kraid, a thought shot through their minds; they need to team up and create a game just like this. Read More.

Batman: Arkham Asylum Review (PS3)

By Chris Moore () - 9.5 out of 10

It seems in the past year, the big superhero on everybody's mine has been Batman. The Batman R.I.P. arc began in May and by the end of it, we were promised Batman wouldn't be Batman anymore. Then The Dark Knight premiered last July and the entire world went nuts over him breaking all sorts of box-office records. Read More.

Wanted: Weapons of Fate Review (X360)

By Chris Moore () - 6.9 out of 10

Wanted was a hit at the box office. It made millions of dollars and fans loved it. It was your standard comic book summer flick. It's only natural that someone come along and decide to make a video game based off the movieā€¦based off the comic book. Read More.

Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood Review (PS3)

By Chris Moore () - 7.3 out of 10

Saloon shoot-outs, riding on horse back, quick-draws at high noon; these were the original shooters. Before space marines were decked out in the latest armors and given the most advanced weapons, it was just about a man, his hat and the horse he rode in on. Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood is a different kind of shooter for this generation of consoles. Read More.

X-Blades Review (X360)

By Chris Moore () - 3.5 out of 10

When playing a game, you sometimes have to think of it as a home cooked meal. Now in my experience there are two ways to eat this meal. The first is to savor the meal. You try and take in every aspect of it enjoying the taste and smell of every bit. The other is the home cooked meal you never want to eat. Read More.