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  • SingStar Review

    While karaoke games have come and gone on home consoles, only one has truly dominated the market -- SingStar. With the release of SingStar onto the PlayStation 3, the world was subjected to experiencing some of the worst vocal talents it has to offer – some of the best as well. This is London ...

  • PixelJunk Monster Encore Review

    PixelJunk Monsters Encore, developed by Q-Games, is the expansion pack for the tower defense-style game known as PixelJunk Monsters. This was a long time coming for a lot of us who enjoyed setting rainbows ablaze on each of the original game's villages. The expansion hasn't included anything innovat...

  • Grand Theft Auto IV Review

    Grand, theft, and auto. These three words, when separate, hold little weight. When conjoined, however, they represent pushing boundaries, confronting the man and provoking society at large. I’m talking of course about the most innovative and controversial franchise to date, Grand Theft Auto. W...

  • Warhawk -- Operation: Broken Mirror Review

    The guys over at Incognito seem to be doing everything they can to make your Warhawk playing time one of the better experiences on the PlayStation 3. With a booster pack and a free update already released, Incognito has given players the opportunity to utilize a Dropship transporter, a wrench to rep...

  • FrontMan Wireless Guitar Review

    Guitar Hero III and Rock Band don’t get along. Well, strictly speaking, that doesn’t make any sense, but due to some silly legal squabbling, the official guitar peripheral for each game isn’t interchangeable with the other. Simply put, us gamers got screwed. Nyko jumped on the oppo...

  • The Destroyer Rock Band Pedal Review

    Here's the situation: You're in a groove, about to pass Iron Maiden's infamously-difficult 'Run to the Hills' on Expert Drums for the first time. Suddenly you hear a loud crack, and to your dismay, you view a broken bass pedal beneath your feet. If you haven't figured it out yet, this was the case f...

  • Nyko Zero Wireless Controller Review

    The search for a decent replacement for Sony's official Bluetooth controller is now over. Nyko has recently released a remote called 'Zero' and it leaves Sony's controller in the dust in terms of comfort, design, and everything else you can think of. The Zero controller, which retails for USD 5...

  • God of War: Chains of Olympus Review

    Kratos is one rad dude. When not slaying the Gods of Olympus or beasts of epic proportions, the Ghost of Sparta spends his free time stomping the Blades of Chaos directly into some unfortunate Cyclops’ eye. Such activities are proudly flaunted in Ready at Dawn’s God of War: Chains of Oly...

  • Condemned 2: Bloodshot Review

          If you’d give us a nickel for every time we’ve hit a bum in the face with a toilet seat in the last week, we’d be rolling in dough right now. Outside of that bizarre bathroom encounter on Monday (we don’t want to talk about it), these events have tak...

  • Ratchet & Clank: Size Matters Review

    Ratchet and Clank: Size Matters first made its debut early last year on Sony’s PlayStation Portable. As with many titles on the system, Size Matters has since made the transition from handheld to home console, having now ended up on the PlayStation 2 a little more than a year after its initia...

  • Dark Sector Review

    “It’s time for heads to roll.” Digital Extremes’ latest title, Dark Sector, which is being published by D3 Publisher, decided to take that quote and make it literal. Their new sci-fi, action packed, third-person shooter seems to do everything right and very little wrong. From...

  • Patapon Review

    Do you sometimes look at people playing Guitar Hero or Rock Band and just laugh at how ridiculous they look? You’re about to join their exclusive club with the head-bobbing, foot-tapping, rhythmic hand motioning game, Patapon. Looking back to 1997 with the release of Parappa the Rapper from So...

  • Hot Shots Golf: Out of Bounds Review

    Beautiful blue skies and freshly cut grass can only mean one thing - it’s golf time! The Hot Shots Golf franchise makes its way into the high definition era with Hot Shots Gold: Out of Bounds. Featuring revamped graphics and more accurate golf physics, Out of Bounds brings an exciting new lev...

  • MLB 08: The Show PSP Review

    After an above average showing with MLB 07: The Show last year, SCE San Diego upped their game for the release of MLB 08: The Show on the PlayStation Portable. This time around they decided to take the positive from both the PlayStation 2 and PlayStation 3 versions of the game and throw them into on...

  • Go! Sports Skydiving Review

    Go! Sports Skydiving is an easy, safe and somewhat enjoyable way to experience the excitement of skydiving, without actually having to jump out of a plane. Go! Sports Skydiving is the second installment of the Go! Sports series, having been preceded by the somewhat lackluster Go! Sports Ski. Go!...

  • WipEout Pulse Review

    If you’ve been searching for your next bout of dazzling, fast-paced futuristic racing, look no further. The WipEout series has been around since the PSX days and its most recent installment, WipEout Pulse, has just been released on the PlayStation Portable. Developed by Sony Computer Entertain...

  • The Club Review

    Welcome. You’re the newest participant in The Club, a secret underground organization that recruits outsiders to fight in an underground bloodsport. There is no escape, you must kill or be killed. This sums up the entire plot of The Club, the latest creatively titled shooter from Bizzare C...

  • Major League Baseball 2K8 Review

    It’s that time of year again, when sitting side-by-side some drunken lunatic is nothing but a pleasure while both of you ridiculously cheer on your losing team through another year of disappointment and false hope. You know the feeling we’re talking about, when you watch your team make i...

  • Twisted Metal: Head-on: Extra Twisted Edition Review

    Truth be told, we’re scared of David Jaffe. The guy makes some awe-inspiring games, but we’re not to sure what goes on inside that head of his. When he claims that he is Sweet Tooth, the demonic ice-cream truck-driving clown, we get a bit frightened. We forgive him though, because Sweet ...

  • Army of Two Review

    Could you imagine a world where privatized military personnel are the norm and countries no longer have national armies? Army of Two willingly takes you into that world and shows you the harsh reality of what it could potentially cause. It also showcases at what lengths some individuals may go to in...

  • NFL Tour Review

    There are awful games, and then there’s NFL Tour. This atrocity of an NFL Street re-imagining manages to defile all our fond memories of the past series due to a seemingly constant string of poor development choices. Let’s explore the painful depths of the most poorly crafted football ti...

  • Burnout Paradise Review

    Ever since its meager beginnings in the heart of Criterion Games, Burnout has always been about heart-throbbing speed followed by adrenaline-fueled crashes. That’s the basic formula, and Burnout Paradise certainly doesn’t deviate from it. However, what this latest installment does do...

  • Turok Review

    Dr. Grant, my dear Dr. Sattler. Welcome to Jurassic… Turok: The only planet in the universe where hordes of vicious raptors eagerly awaited your arrival, only to greet you with one swift gash to the carotid artery. It’s alright though, you’ve been equipped with your trusty…...

  • Devil May Cry 4 Review

    Sometimes when you’ve fallen in love with a franchise, it can be saddening to witness the quality drop with each subsequent installment. You saw it happen with Friday the 13th, NBA Live, and even Medal of Honor. Despite that, you’re still usually there on day one of release ready to watc...

  • Harvey Birdman: Attorney at Law Review

    When cartoons make their television debut most of them usually don’t stick around for too long. Sure you have the cartoons such as the SouthPark series that have appeared for numerous seasons, but there are also some that don’t seem to hit it off and may end up cancelled after two or thr...

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