Category Archive: Xbox 360

Aug 22

Darksiders II Review

And I heard a voice in the midst of the four beasts, And I looked and behold: a pale horse. And his name, that sat on him, was Death. And Hell followed with him. It’s amazing what we will do for others, especially when that person is your brother. No one can truly ever say …

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Jul 04

The Walking Dead: Episode 2 – Starved For Help Review

With their second installment, Telltale Games continues the journey through the world of Robert Kirkman’s The Walking Dead.  After a wonderful first episode that set the tone of the series, the question here is whether or not Telltale can deliver another fantastic entry. This time, Episode 2 is adequately called “Starved For Help” which is …

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Jun 29

Quantum Conundrum Review

For game designers, I can imagine that a follow-up game is never easy. And it’s particularly harder when it is critically acclaimed and one that could be included in many discussions and arguments for “Greatest Game Ever”.  So when I heard that a game was being made from one of the people that worked on …

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Jun 22

Inversion Review

It’s often said that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. If that is the case, I don’t quite understand what happened with Inversion. It almost seems as if the designers wanted to take some of the best parts of certain games and put them together. But as I unfortunately have learned, that doesn’t necessarily equal a …

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Jun 16

Lollipop Chainsaw Review

It’s true that this generation has no shortage of video games in the zombie genre. It seems as if zombies are added to almost everything to the point that it’s almost mandatory. The trick though is to create something that is unique enough to draw attention to it. So from the minds of Creative Director …

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Apr 28

The Walking Dead: Episode 1 – A New Day Review

Creating video games off of licensed products can be a very tricky thing. Most games based off of movies and shows are usually panned and met with disappointment. After all, some of these simply feel like an attempt to cash in without much care to the actual game. But when Telltale Games announced that they …

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Apr 13

Skullgirls Review

Skullgirls definitely has a certain charm. All the while playing it, I couldn’t help but compare it to the original Darksiders that was released back in 1994. Similarities are there, but I knew I had to think of it as its own release.  I was surprised to find that Skullgirls is a very good, balanced, …

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Mar 22

Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City Review

The Resident Evil franchise has always been a mainstay for Capcom. Each time a new entry into the series was released it was usually met with praise and set the example of a good blend of action and horror. The last few entries however have been mixed for the series; now Capcom has outsourced their …

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Oct 30

Battlefield 3 Review

With the popularity of the First Person Shooter still in full effect, EA and DICE have finally released their heavy hitter of the year in Battlefield 3. This is the game that EA execs were betting on to take the FPS crown away from the Call of Duty series. So does it? Is this the …

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