Dead Space 2 follows and improves on its predecessor, offering us a complex world that only serves to make the horrific events of the storyline seem even more real and terrifying.
It’s unfortunate that all the marketing for Splatterhouse has been put on the gore factor. A lot of effort went into the game, even though it’s being washed way in a bloody red tide.
With PS3 and PC gamers together on the same MMO, DC Universe Online has some great promise. There are some growing pains for sure, but the potential is pretty amazing.
Reviewer James Maddox continues to explore the cross between comic books and video games with the hybrid Exile Number Two.
After some DLC hits and misses, Borderlands: Claptrap’s New Robot Revolution adds some humorous punch to an already great game.
For all the talk from gamers craving originality all the time, on rare occasions all we really need is a kick-butt sequel. And Fallout: New Vegas delivers in spades.
Although this missed DLC week, we couldn’t let a cool little game like Joe Danger go un-reviewed. If you’re looking for cheap thrills on a motorbike, this little game delivers.
Pirates Plund-arrr is a fun game for kids (and some adults) that never takes itself too seriously. In fact, you can change the language from English to Pirate for that authentic feel.
Rebooting a beloved series has many advantages and pitfalls, as the Wii’s Wild West crime-fighting game Red Steel 2 proves many times over.
Exile: Issue One is the first graphic novel that attempts to truly combine comic books and video games. And while it doesn’t get everything right, it’s a step in the right direction.