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  • Renegade Ops Review

    Avalanche Studios’ has taken a break from making ridiculous third-person action games to bring everyone a crazy, vehicle based twin-stick shooter called Renegade Ops. It also features both online and offline co-op for up to 4 players, allowing you and your friends to compete for points whether...

  • Resident Evil 4 HD Review

    Being a Resident Evil fan pre-2005 was a relatively satisfying, if somewhat predictable existence. For the majority of followers, it wasn’t exactly hard to second guess Capcom’s next effort: an inevitable viral outbreak, poor innocents becoming mindless walking corpses, and an armed-...

  • Resident Evil 5 - Desperate Escape Review

    Snapping closely at the heels of the cinematic masterpiece that is Lost in Nightmares, Capcom’s second helping of Resident Evil 5 digital goodness – dubbed Desperate Escape – reacquaints players with the familiar action-orientated antics of the franchise, ditching puzzles and explo...

  • Resident Evil 5 - Lost in Nightmares Review

    Resident Evil 5’s Lost in Nightmares sub-chapter is essentially a love letter from Capcom to the most die hard of RE fanatics, signed sealed and delivered with a firm stamp of nostalgic approval. Have no illusions; Lost in Nightmares is a totally disparate beast from the main adventure, replac...

  • Resident Evil 5 Review

    Let’s get one thing abundantly clear from the start – Resident Evil 5 is not a survival horror game. Far removed from its predecessors, this latest entry in Capcom’s venerable franchise is ostensibly an action-packed shooter, filled to the rafters with intense battles, ostentatious...

  • Resident Evil 6 Review

    Resident Evil is suffering from something of an identity issue as of late. Originally starting out as a Survival Horror franchise, Capcom’s zombie behemoth has slowly transitioned into a bog-standard, third-person shooter for the past couple of iterations. This fundamental shift in concept has...

  • Resident Evil Chronicles HD Collection Review

    Capcom has dabbled in numerous Resident Evil-related spin-offs in the venerable horror series’ 15+ year history, though overall the result has proven a mixed bag at best. Among the most successful however have been the Chronicles series; that is, on-the-rails retellings of classic Resident Evi...

  • Resident Evil Code: Veronica X HD Review

    Let’s get one thing abundantly clear right away: if this is your first time playing Code: Veronica after having survived on a diet of RE4/5 for the past few years, then forget any preconceptions you may have of the series. This is another kettle of fish altogether, chaps. Code: Veronica epitom...

  • Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City Review

    One of the finest survival horror franchises has been dumped on from a great height, at least until Resident Evil 6 comes along, we hope. While you can’t really blame Capcom for taking its popular franchise and trying to widen its appeal among Western gamers, spin-offs rarely work and the expe...

  • Resident Evil: Revelations Review - welcome back to the world of Survival Horror

    If you’re reading this from the perspective of an old-school Resident Evil aficionado who has become disenchanted with the direction Capcom has taken its venerable zombie blaster in recent years, then sit up and take notice. Revelations is the nearest you’ll likely get to a quintessentia...

  • Resistance 2 Review

    [Editor’s Note: The final score was slightly influenced by the game’s network issues. As these could be remedied at any point, an update to the score is not out of the question in the future.] Resistance: Fall of Man was the pinnacle of the PlayStation 3 launch line-up. While clearly ...

  • Resistance 3 Review

    If anyone knows how to create a weapon set to inspire and excite gamers, it’s Insomniac Games. With the brilliant Ratchet & Clank series and two Resistance games already behind it, the California-based developer has had plenty of practice at getting it right, and has proven that it has...

  • Resistance: Burning Skies Review

    The release of Resistance: Burning Skies is something of a landmark release for PlayStation Vita, and handhelds in general for that matter. Not only is it another entry into one of Sony’s most prolific series, but concurrently, it’s the first dual-stick shooter on any portable games cons...

  • Resistance: Fall of Man Review

    Out of all the games available for the PS3 at launch, it wasn't very difficult to figure out which one was the star of the show. With an interesting story, immersive gameplay and mind-bending weapon choices, Resistance: Fall of Man clearly stands out from the crowd for the foreseeable future on the ...

  • Resistance: Retribution Review

    Resistance: Retribution is the latest third-person shooter from Sony Bend, known primarily for its Syphon Filter titles on the PlayStation Portable. Announced last year at the Electronic Entertainment Expo, Sony Bend and Insomniac Games worked closely together in order to develop a title that helped...

  • Resogun PS4 Review: blood-pumping, retro-grade entertainment

    Housemarque has made many memorable games over the years, including Gold: Tee It Up!, Dead Nation, and Outland. The one game that the talented team is most known for is Super Stardust, which has been on every PlayStation platform released after PS2. Super Stardust's concept was grounded in an arcade...

  • Retro/Grade Review

    Retro/Grade is a pretty decent retro-style rhythm game with lots of charm. Since the game lacks modes, I wasn’t particularly sure if it would be something I would enjoy. But after spending time with it, it grew on me. The game itself has bright graphics, which make it look visually appealing, ...

  • Review: Cherry Pop makes the shot with Pool Nation

    I grew up playing pool. Literally, I would go to a local bar that allowed me to play on their tables for free and I would play for hours. I have participated in tournaments, taught people to play, and have likely played every pool game ever made. If I missed one, believe me it was an accident. So, w...

  • Ridge Racer 7 Review

    The Ridge Racer series has long been a foundation of any Sony hardware release, and the debut of the PlayStation 3 is no exception. The series made its lucky 7th appearance on store shelves on November 13th, just in time for the PlayStation 3's launch on the 17th. But did Namco Bandai's 7th iteratio...

  • Ridge Racer Review (PS Vita)

    Ridge Racer has been a title that's graced console launches since the original PlayStation, but this installment didn't come out until a month after the First Edition PlayStation Vitas released. I'd also care to wager that long-time gamers know the potential danger behind a delayed release: the game...

  • Ridge Racer Unbounded Review

    There is something about smashing a sports-infused glossy black car through a building to create a shortcut that is so satisfying. If you can throw in high-action cutscenes, turbo-charged car combat, and an expansive and unique online element, you have the formula for an amazingly entertaining r...

  • Rock Band 2 Review

    Rock Band revolutionized the music game genre, allowing users to play with not only a guitar peripheral, but a drum set and microphone as well. Many dubbed it the perfect music game. A year has passed, and Harmonix has crafted a sequel to the original legendary title. While the main formula remains ...

  • Rock Band 3 Review

    Let’s not waste anyone’s time: Rock Band 3 unequivocally ranks among the best rhythm games ever. It may in fact be the best, for one simple reason: this "game" is secretly a simulator. For the uninitiated, here’s a brief explanation. Rock Band used to be about peopl...

  • Rock of Ages Review

    It was a first for me when I saw a game with any sort of resemblance to Monty Python, so Rock of Ages caught my eye right off the bat. Cut scenes are rendered in a similar style mimicking the great ideas that Terry Gilliam used in the Monty Python works, and it gives the game a very unique and comic...

  • Rocksmith 2014 Review : The ultimate guitar learning package

    As a self-taught guitar player who can strum a few tunes averagely but has lost the motivation to play over the last few years, Rocksmith 2014 is a breath of fresh air. In terms of skill progression I was getting nowhere by reading guitar guides and was stuck in the mindset of an incompetent ...

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