Saturday, November 18, 2017

LittleBigPlanet Review

We thought it good to take a look back on what has now become a modern classic, an iconic franchise for the PlayStation brand – LittleBigPlanet. Laying out a strange little story involving protagonist...

MX vs. ATV Supercross Review

Surely it is often said, that most racing games are “fun” or manage to “bring together” two or more elements in a successful way, where gameplay is concerned.  But with MX vs. ATV –...

Risen 3: Titan Lords Review

If you’re the type of gamer who prefers polished experiences, well thought-out gameplay and magnificent stories, Risen 3: Titan Lords might not do it for you.  Simply put, this game is more or less...

Diablo III: Reaper of Souls Ultimate Evil Edition Review

When a lot of PC gamers heard that they were porting Diablo III (as well as switching up the controls, which would significantly affect gameplay) many of them immediately began shouting “blasphemy!”   The sentiment...

Sacred 3 Review

It would be all too easy to simply label Keen Games’ “Sacred 3” a somewhat less-polished Diablo 3 of sorts…it does, after all look and feel somewhat similar.  These likenesses are only skin deep...

Atelier Rorona Plus: The Alchemist of Arland Review

On its face, Atelier Rorona Plus: The Alchemist of Arland is indeed a JRPG, replete with all the classic tropes you’d expect to find therein, however, upon further inspect we discover that this game...

Wolfenstein: The New Order Review

Imagine this: You wake up in an asylum in 1960’s Poland to find out that you’ve been in a persistent vegetative state since sustaining a head injury during escape from a Nazi facility in...

Nascar 14 Review

Clearly, the Nascar (video game) series has went through some big changes and development over the years, entailing various creators, publishers and even spin-offs like “Nascar Kart Racing”.  With Nascar 14 however, we find...

Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn Review

We thought it would be a good idea to do a review for the PS3 / PS4 edition of this game, which was orgionally released on PS3 in 2012 and now released on PS4....

Invizimals: The Lost Kingdom Review

At first glance, “Invizimals: The Lost Kingdom” seems to be just another colorful and somewhat simplistic family-oriented game with some mild platforming elements.  Of course, when you load it up and begin playing, the...

Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster Review

For a lot of die-hard RPG fanatics, the release of Final Fantasy X was something of a landmark moment, a point where things became more valid and dynamic.  This was the first time that...

South Park: The Stick of Truth Review

All you need to know about “South Park: The Stick of Truth” is that it is offers a continuation of various themes from the show in addition to providing you with an awesome faux-RPG...

Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII Review

Being the culmination of the Final Fantasy XIII trilogy, or the Fabula Nova Crystallis series, “Lightning Returns: FFXIII” is pretty much the game that fans have been expecting.  All of the familiar FF moments...

Gran Turismo 6 Review

Since the early days of video gaming, the racing genre has been a steadfast feature for which numerous titles have been produced for each successive console.  In the midst of that development, the Gran...

Call of Duty: Ghosts Review

If you’re thinking that this latest installment in the fabled Call of Duty series is going to offer an entirely different sort of experience from that of past games, you’re way off base, as...

Lego Marvel Super Heroes Review

Lego Marvel Super Heroes has a lot going for it.  For starters, it’s one of the better action / platforming games in the Lego pantheon, which is no small feat to have achieved.   But...

Battlefield 4 Review

DICE’s “Battlefield 4” may not look pretty enough on the PS3 to the hardcore critics (given how it’s going to appear on the highly horse-powered PS4), but what’s actually there is certainly impressive enough...

Batman: Arkham Origins Review

The general consensus with “Batman: Arkham Origins” is that it’s a very fine game, but not quite leaping beyond the height reached by its predecessor.   All the expected thrills and chills are there, of...

Beyond: Two Souls Review

After exploring Quantic Dream’s last major effort, “Heavy Rain”, gamers have been ready and raring to dive into Beyond: Two Souls.  Taking the same interactive drama format and expanding it into a plot that’s...

F1 2013 Review

Following in the footsteps (or in this case, tire marks) of the many franchises which are apt to bring us games on an annual basis, “F1 2013” is certainly a move in the right...