Publishers: EA Games Developers: Bioware Platforms: PC, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 Events: E3 Expo 2011
Dragon Age II brings us a new story, more action-oriented RPGing, new companions, a brilliant graphical transformation and a streamlined interface in a great game.
Mass Effect 2 finally makes the move to the PlayStation 3 and proves to be an amazing game that ships packed full of extras, and even a few exclusives.
Dragon Age has become known for having a ton of DLCs. But Dragon Age: Awakening is the cream of the crop, giving us a new story and a standalone adventure worthy of the main game.
Mass Effect 2 takes everything that was good about the first title and improves it, and discards all the shaky bits. The end result is an action/RPG that will set the standard for 2010.
Mass Effect may be the ultimate RPG for the Xbox 360. Filled with twists and turns galore, the engaging storyline will have you trying to save a broken universe.
Neverwinter Night’s core game may be getting a bit dated, but new publisher Atari proves there is still some life left in the old girl.
The developer of Knights of the Old Republic brings that same quality in Jade Empire to a new genre: ancient China.
When I was growing up, my friends and I would be the first in line to buy any new games put out by Lucas Arts because we knew they would be a lot of fun. Over the past couple of years, if I was not reviewing the game, I have found myself waiting to see what my fellow reviewers had to say before deciding to go to the store. Playing Knights of the Old Republic reminds me of the good old days when I would be waiting in a long line at the game store. This is the best game … Continue reading Knights Rule
I am impressed with Neverwinter Nights, but I did not start out that way. I guess it’s just a matter of perception. Given the long development time and the many, sometimes conflicting press releases and various other information I read about the product, I really did not know what to expect. Some people thought, and based on the feedback I get from our readers still do, that Neverwinter was a massively multiplayer game in the realm of Ultima Online or Asheron’s Call. Its not, though you could hardly blame gamers for thinking the wrong thing. Basically, the development of the … Continue reading Neverwinter Means Never Bored