Fallout: New Vegas rolls onto the scene, and somehow it’s able to surpass even its much loved predecessor. Could this be the mythical perfect sequel?
New anti-hero Rubi comes to play with her sword, guns and tons of insane acrobatic moves in Wet. With more blood than a 70’s drive-in flick, Wet offers a thrill a second from beginning to violent end.
The Broken Steel DLC really completes Fallout 3, in the way it should have ended in the first place. And it does it with epic style, making it an essential add-on.
Although the Operation Anchorage DLC was a bit of a disappointment for Fallout 3 fans, The Pitt more than makes up for it, adding a brutal post-nuclear Pittsburgh to the Wasteland.
Fallout 3 busts out to the world this week as one of the most anticipated titles of the past two years. Was it worth the wait? Our slightly irradiated scouts (the ones that came back alive) say yes!
Bethesda pulled back the cover on Fallout 3, and what we saw was pretty amazing. This will be the game to look out for next year.
Although it looks amazing, control issues keep this Star Trek title from getting too far away from space dock.
The Game of the Year for the PC and Xbox 360 makes the jump to the PS3. The newest version of Oblivion features faster load times, improved graphics and gameplay.
Cthuhlu stalks the night again thanks to this shooter adventure that remains faithful to the scary and disturbing Lovecraft mythos.
As movie sequels go, Pirates of the Caribbean is not too bad. I played it on the PC and despite little flaws, managed to have a pretty good time. My review will be based solely on my PC experience. However, I want to put up front that the Xbox version of the game is nowhere near as good. It was pretty buggy, with disappearing quests and crashes during FMV sequences. In fact, our Xbox review console broke while playing the game. We won’t blame Pirates for this, but the combination of an old Xbox and a disc-intensive game was apparently … Continue reading Pirates is Ships and Swordplay