BattlePaint takes a unique twist on the normal idea of top down shooters by making you defeat paint! You’ll be sure to waste a lot of time with this one!
The latest Monster Hunter, wait, we mean, Lord of Arcana game borrows heavily from other titles. Not that this is a bad thing but don’t expect anything really innovative.
GemCraft Labyrinth is a tower defense game that throws out gun towers for gem towers. This game is filled to the brim with gem combinations and strategy so that you’ll be playing it for hours.
Following on the heels of the stunningly beautiful original game that melted PCs everywhere, Crysis 2 hits the ground running for both PCs and next generation consoles. But is this advanced shooter worth the hype?
While our reviewer loves the Kingdom Hearts series, he finds that Re:coded just doesn’t quite measure up to the other games. Instead, we have a mix of re-hashed and half-baked ideas.
Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D’s Tag Force 5 is the latest of the card-dueling titles in the Yu-Gi-Oh world. Although the story line here is a little weak, the card battles are intense.
Fixing many of the problems of the first game, Dead Rising 2 lets you use your noodle to fight zombies, you know, by building mega weapons using leaf blowers and chainsaws.
Dragon Ball Z Tenkaichi Tag Team tries to mix up the normal fighting found in Dragon Ball games with the addition of partner controlled AI. Yea, that always works out well.
Railworks 2 Train Simulator is an extremely realistic, and difficult, simulation of driving trains from various eras of history. If you love trains, then climb aboard.
In Grotesque Tactics: Evil Heroes, you play as the bad guys, trying to save a good kingdom. Though the game is at times hilarious, too many flaws keep it from its true potential.