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The Walking Dead: 400 Days Review

Season One of Telltale’s The Walking Dead was an interesting case. Just when everyone was about to give up on episodic-based games, and adventure games in general, Telltale came at us with something that literally blew everyone out of the…

State of Decay Review

State of Decay is a risky proposition. A $20 downloadable game from the Xbox Live Arcade that gives you an open world “survival game” with a lot of ambitious ideas. Does it hit the mark on all of those ideas?…

Dishonored: The Knife of Dunwall Review.

I was always open with my belief that Dishonored was “good’, but wasn’t some mind-blowingly amazing game that revitalizes it’s franchise. That being said, I was excited to hear there was more Dishonored coming in The Knife of Dunwall, because…

Malicious Review

Malicious was one of those PSN games that came out in Japan quite a while ago and because of critical success, is seeing the light of day stateside. Ends up, there was good reason behind that critical success; Alvion’s Malicious…

Release Date for Next WoW Add-On

Looking forward to Pandas and more World of Warcraft? We got some good news for you.

Mass Effect 3: Extended Cut – Extended Reactions

So as everyone across the internet seems to be sharing their reactions about the new Mass Effect 3 DLC, “Extended Cut”, I figure I will chip in my two-cents as well. I have already talked for hours about the game…

Sine Mora Review

Side-scrolling shooters, more commonly known as shoot’em-ups, or shmups, all seem to have a few things in common. They all give you a good kick in the ass, they all have crazy things on screen, and they all usually feel…

Alex: Top 10 Games of 2011

Well, the year is done, we are in the future, and the world is ending. What better time than to talk about my personal bests from 2011!

Moon Diver Review

Moon Diver is the latest from the development studio feelplus, and was headed up and directed by Koichi Yotsui, the lead planner behind the original Strider. Some say this is the spiritual successor to Strider, as it takes on the…

Swarm: Nega-Review

So there is a little problem with the Swarm review. The problem is, I can’t exactly review it. There is a big glitch in the Xbox360 version of the game that is pretty much preventing me from completing the game.

Torchlight Review

Torchlight ~Joseph Torchlight a dungeon crawler that released in 2009 on the PC, and is finally having a go on consoles with its release on the Xbox 360. It’ll be available March 9th at around 1200 MS Points.