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Inversion Review

When I was a kid my dad loved to rent those cheesy B-movie action flicks. They often had terrible acting, bad special effects, and a plot that made no sense. The movies were often so bad that we often spent mos...

Dead Rising 3 Review

When the Xbox 360 launched, Dead Rising was at the forefront of the show: high definition mayhem with an army of zombies that had never before been seen in a video game. Now, after our great leap to the next-ge...

Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham Review

If you're a gamer and you aren't familiar with the Lego games, you may have been living in a cave. Even if you haven't played one, which you really should do, then you've probably heard of them in some way, sha...

Killer Instinct Review

A Killer History Lesson: Killer Instinct had a relatively warm welcome during its reveal at E3 2013. The original Killer Instinct was released in arcades in 1994. In 1996, Killer Instinct 2 was released for ...

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes Review

When I plopped in my LEGO Marvel Super Heroes and began playing my girlfriend came home from work and walked into the living room to see me playing the game. She stood there for a while with an expression of bo...

Ryse: Son of Rome Review

Ryse: Son of Rome plunges you into a world of violence as Marius Titus, a man hell-bent on revenge, who embarks on a journey filled with betrayal, vengeance, and divine intervention. In his quest, he raised the...

Ascend: Hand of Kul Review

Let’s set the atmosphere: A prophecy predicts that after the Titans lose power, one of the Three Gods will rule. You are a member of the Caos, a race of ancient warriors sworn to one of Three Gods (Darkness, V...

Lost Planet 3 Review

As a relative veteran to the Lost Planet franchise, I can deduce but one thing for Lost Planet 3. It does not fit the Lost Planet mold. Now is that a bad thing, a good thing, an okay thing? That’s up to you but for me, well, it gets a little complicated.

Saints Row IV Review

Saints Row IV… there’s two sides that this coin could land on, one being a ridiculous open world sandbox game filled with superpowers, dubstep guns, and hilarity while the other is the evident fact that this is nothing more than a large DLC expansion thrown onto a disc.

Splinter Cell: Blacklist Review

Before I even begin this review, I want to take note of Maxime Béland, the creative director for Blacklist, said to Kirk Hamilton at Kotaku during press event. This was also noted in his review of the game as well.