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  • EA Sports Active 2 Review

    If you live in the U.S., chances are you are acutely aware of the obesity problems plaguing our schools. Anything affecting children gets the most attention, but the problem stretches well beyond the schools and into our office buildings. While the rest of the world has pockets of problems, Amer...

  • Eagle-Eye Converter Review

    “Ownage” is a word that regular players of first person shooters should be well acquainted with, particularly in the online arena. After all, causing shame and embarrassment to your opponents because your skills are far superior to theirs is really what competitive gaming is all about. S...

  • Earth Defense Force 2017 Portable Review

     Earth Defense Force 2017 carved out a very niche audience for itself, but it was undeniably—almost inexplicably—seen as one of the most fun cooperative experiences when it was originally released in 2007 for Xbox 360. D3Publisher and developer Sandlot decided to port this third-per...

  • Enslaved: Odyssey to the West Review

    There are a few clichés in the video game world we think developers need to get over. First, we need to see stories not based around a post-apocalyptic climate. Second, we need to see games that possess a movie-like quality play like an actual videogame, as opposed to merely having us sitting...

  • Episodes from Liberty City Review

    Two years ago we were introduced to the grimy world encompassed in Liberty City. As far as games go, two years is a fairly substantial period of time, and many PlayStation 3 owners are likely upset it’s taken this long to get any additional content for Grand Theft Auto IV. While Xbox 360 owner...

  • Escape Plan PS4 Review: Leaping onto a larger platform

    Escape Plan makes the jump from PS Vita to a larger, more mainstream audience on the PlayStation 4. The port of the Vita launch title retains the crisp black and white visual design, reminiscent of a Tim Burton movie, the minimalist story with wacky humor, and the challenging puzzle-platform gamepla...

  • Everybody's Golf Review

    Everybody’s Golf (aka Hot Shots Golf) has etched its way into the hearts of PlayStation gamers over the years with a unique and entertaining take on the art of hitting a ball with a stick into a hole. This latest handheld version simply reconfirms our overall opinion on the long-running ser...

  • EyePet Review

    Do you remember Tamagotchi, the stupidly addictive hand-held digital pet that made its maker a fortune in the 90’s? If so, you’ll be instantly familiar with the concept of EyePet, which is essentially a modern day take on that time-consuming, some would say time-wasting, activity of nurt...