Todd has been Ready to Fight since Mortal Kombat X was announced. Now that it’s out, he’s busy unlocking all the characters and skins, and combatting the new controversy that’s allowing people to purchase fatality moves.
Although shooters on the Wii are rare, one series keeps plugging away at it with the release of Conduit 2. The campaign mode is a bit generic, but splitscreen multiplayer really saves its bacon.
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.
Although looked on as a bit of a kiddie console, the Wii is trying to grow up with more adult games. The Conduit is the best step in this direction yet, and makes for a fun experience.
It’s hip hop meets Baldur’s Gate this week as we take to the streets to review the new 50 Cent: Bulletproof G-Unit Edition for the PSP.
After a long time away, the Larry series makes a return with an entirely new look and feel. (pun intended)
I’ve had trouble trying to put my thoughts on Hunter: The Reckoning (Interplay) in a coherent format. Some aspects of the game appeal to me and some don’t. And those that don’t almost repulse me. I received an assist on this recently when I hosted a party at my home. The kids fired up the XBox and began playing Hunter. Most of the kids thought it was cool (except for two who thought it was dumb) and every single one of the adults thought it was terrible. That’s when I think I discovered what was bothering me: this isn’t a … Continue reading Hunter: The Reckoning Rocks Xbox
After years of wading through barely-tolerable Star Trek titles, Interplay has finally created a game that lives up to the Star Trek name. It looks good, sounds incredible and is a lot of fun to play. The game lets players boldly go where every federation officer went before, through the doors of the famous Starfleet Academy. Classes are taught in full motion video by William Shatner, Walter Koenig and George Takei. Video clips in the cafeteria and other locations around campus give wanna-be captains time to interface with the inexperienced classmates assigned to their crew. Handling interpersonal conflicts early, by … Continue reading Further your education with Starfleet Academy