Game Reviews

Review – Plague Inc. (ios)

I have never been much of a mobile gamer. Back in my younger days I owned a Gameboy and loved it but I feel like part of me has grown away from mobile gaming. I do own a Nintendo DS but my wife has lo...

Review – Limbo (PC)

I play games to unwind or transport myself away from this burned out existence called everyday life. Seeing that life tends to win, I play a lot less than I used to. This leads to missing extremely go...

Review – Dear Esther (PC)

Upon seeing the title of this game, Dear Esther, I was left to wonder what it could be. In the past I had heard rumblings of this Half Life 2 mod but being that it is very narrative driven in my mind ...

Review – Lollipop Chaninsaw (PS3)

Every now and then I crave a pure 13 year old boy type experience. Before anyone calls the cops or fires off some hate mail, let me explain. From the eyes of an average 13 year old boy things do not g...

Resident Evil: the Mercenaries 3D (Nintendo DS)

Since the 2010 announcement at The Nintendo Conference in Japan I have been very skeptical of The Mercenaries 3D or M3D. So far I have not felt the grab to get a 3DS for a number of reasons like: horr...

Review – Splatterhouse (360)

Very rarely do I feel I missed the boat on playing a game when it is initially released. Unfortunately, like most I am drawn to the over hyped and over marketed triple A titles, which leads to gems li...

Review – Rise of Nightmares (360)

Ever since the Xbox 360 Kinect hardware was announced my imagination ran wild thinking of all the different horror themes and how the Kinect versions of them would play out. I mean can you imagine a S...

Review – Batman: Arkham City

Welcome to yet another fantastic fall/holiday rush of AAA titles. I start to sweat with excitement when I think of this time of year. When the last Batman game in this series Arkham Asylum was release...

Review – Gears of War 3 – What a Killer Last Ride

Welcome to the last hurrah in a series that has helped shape and define shooters since the release of the first Gears. This series has developed and aged almost perfectly when compared to a lot of the...

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