Our reviewer really wanted to like Marvel Heroes. But bland combat, unnecessary MMO elements and a payment scheme that practically requires hundreds of dollars in fees to advance makes this hero a zero.
Markus “Notch” Persson is best known for creating Minecraft. Not content to rest on his success and laurels we take an early look at his next game and find the same brilliance within.
Now that the much-publicized problems of the launch have died down, we take a few moments to actually study what the latest SimCity has to offer, street by street, and find a brilliant but flawed metropolis underneath.
Developer Dark Vale Games presents us with something completely new in Forge, an MMO, shooter, action title with a heavy emphasis on PvP. But it also shows quite a few growing pains along the way.
Planets Under Attack is a fine example of a massive tower defense game in space, even if the defensive part of the equation is largely left out of this offensive-only romp.
While Cherry Tree High Comedy Club might appeal to hardcore anime fans, the game itself seems a bit confused as to what type of title it really wants to become.
Forza Horizon is as close to arcade racing as the Motorsport franchise has ever come. But even though the car customization has been limited, success in this beautiful game is still a challenge.
FIFA 13 is one of the smoothest games our reviewer has ever played, able to mimic real life soccer with one foot, and provide innovative gameplay on the other.
Like its predecessor, Torchlight II offers both hardcore action RPG thrills while reaching out and grabbing lots of casual players as well. It’s a fun game, plays great, and won’t break the bank.
Tournament of Legends bills itself as an economic fighter, but when you spend your time fighting the Wii controls instead of your opponent, it’s fails at any price.