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Dead Rising 3 Review: Bloody Good Messy Fun

Dead Rising 3 is Capcom and Microsoft’s latest exclusive in the world of the Xbox One, and one that takes a bite out of the zombie competition with excitement and lots of gore. Dead Rising 3 has very solid game mechanics and though it may have its slight problems, it creates a world that players can really enjoy themselves in with regards to the Xbox One and its exclusive offerings.

Ryse: Son Of Rome Review – The Handsome Gladiator Wounded

Ryse: Son of Rome puts the red color of the Praetorian Guard to an erratically fun hack and slash adventure which sheds blood and carnage in all the right places some of the times. Ryse: Son of Rome suffers from a lack of depth in terms of the combat elements, repetitive gameplay, and somewhat losing the Roman solidarity as the gameplay carries on into the 5 hour mark of the 10 hour campaign. Whil...[Read More]

Fire Emblem: Awakening Review – The Brilliance Of Time Travel

Fire Emblem: Awakening is all about strategy at an undeniable sense of cataclysmic activity which leaves gamers in a sense of wanting more. Strategy/RPG is so hard to get correctly with some games that it has become an art form on its own, one which Fire Emblem: Awakening takes into a refined level of old-school meeting new-school thought. The combat is tactful, the A.I. is smart, the vengeance of...[Read More]

Mario Party: Island Tour Review – Move Back 4 Spaces

Mario Party: Island Tour reinvigorates the Mario Party franchise on the 3DS but has lackluster gameplay which leaves more to be desired. The gameplay takes the traditional elements which made Mario Party so fun, and adds a newer overlay and more games for any gamer that is looking for their board-game digital adventure. Unfortunately, the adventure does get cut short with this title.

Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag Review – The Pirate Adventure True To Legend Only For Next-Gen

The rustles rise beneath while the sea splash slowly rises, giving room to the protruding smell of fish and the wafts of seabreeze air against the half-open nostrils of Edward Kenway, the most ruthless assassin first and pirate second of the early 18th century. The gameplay covers many elements in the beautiful vistas of the jungles and desolate island shrubbery scattered across the world, with eq...[Read More]

Batman: Arkham Origins Review – The Carbon Dark Knight Of Arkham City

A winged dark-robed figure approaches a thug at night and swoops down and rampages him to the ground. This is Batman: Arkham Origins, crafted by Warner Bros. Montreal, which takes The Dark Knight to a familiar territory of gameplay and invigorates it with a brand new larger environment and multiplayer predator mode. Batman: Arkham Origins sticks very closely to the old formula that its predecessor...[Read More]

Beyond: Two Souls Review – Beyond Garbage

Beyond: Two Souls has to be the cleverest and most cinematic pieces we have ever played, but one that resembles a beautiful expensive candy wrapper inside of a trashcan, muddled with stains of things best left untasted and forgotten. The journey is disappointing and fails to have any gameplay value for most players, other than mere button-pressing excitement similar to Heavy Rain, but with even le...[Read More]

NBA 2K14 Review: 2K13 Without Jay-Z’s Horrible Contribution, And All Of The Mediocrity

NBA 2K14 does very little to earn its money other than updating rosters to August 3rd, 2013 and adding some minor improvements over NBA 2K13, all of which insurmountably accounts to very little. 2K Sports have quite possibly outdone their previous installment’s mediocrity in this new title and created a basketball game that has essentially convinced a gullible audience to keep shelving out m...[Read More]

Splinter Cell: Blacklist Review – Misses The Shot

Sam Fisher is reborn in Splinter Cell: Blacklist – invigorating a new birth to the stealth franchise. The action is rampant, the dialogue and scenery are at a high, and the game mechanics remain nostalgic to the fun of pre-Conviction days. While the action is certainly up on a high scale in Splinter Cell: Blacklist, the elements of the Blacklist threat in terms of the mission structure remains loo...[Read More]

Civilization V: Brave New World – Civilization IV Puts This Broken Multiplayer World To Shame

Civilization V: Brave New World Expansion pack is not worth your money. Rather it is the equivalent of flushing your money down a toilet and tossing in lighter fluid with a candle-lit emulsion. Firaxis has made significant upgrades to the combat mechanics and beautifully welcomed additions to Civilization V’s diplomacy and victory options, however, they have completely forgotten a large portion of...[Read More]

The Last of Us Review: The Pandemic Is Morbidly Beautiful

Pandemic has swept the lands of the United States. People are killing each other for what limited resources remain. There is no gaming generation; there are only the grim realities of the world struck by the outbreak of a spore-like virus which has devastated countless victims.  The Last of Us is Naughty Dog’s introduction into the survival genre where the stakes and limits of human perseverance a...[Read More]

Logitech Z906 Surround Sound Speaker System Review: Ambiance Alive

As you enter Skyrim, the ambiance is developed with beautiful fidelity all around you with Logitech’s Z906 Surround Sound Speaker System. Logitech has created audiophile heaven for PC enthusiasts who are serious about their sound fidelity through speaker quality. Surround Sound was created to essentially bring the audio experience to life for enthusiasts for movies, and music/game technologies. De...[Read More]

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