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  • Table Top Tanks Review

    Much ado has been given to PlayStation Vita's augmented reality features in the months since its reveal, but the apps and games to use AR have so far ranged from less-than-stellar experiences to glorified tech demos. In this regard, Table Top Tanks doesn't do much to break the mold. That said, it al...

  • Tales of Graces f Review

    One thing that the PlayStation 3 lacks, among some other debatable topics, is a vast collection of Japanese role-playing games. The major ones are Final Fantasy XIII and Hyperdimensional (something or other, I can't remember right now) and the single Star Ocean outing. But because of reasons out of ...

  • Tales of Xillia Review: an addicting reason your PS3 will sit next to your PS4

    In the wide world of role-playing games, two tyrants roam the Earth: Final Fantasy and Dragon Quest. However, considering the Nintendo and MMO focus for Dragon Quest and the lack of focus in Final Fantasy, Hideo Baba and his team at NAMCO have a shot to move the Tales Of series from a hefty cult fol...

  • Tearaway Review: Media Molecule weaves its magic in PS Vita's must-have title

    PlayStation Vita has needed that quintessential system seller pretty much since day-one, and with Media Molecule’s Tearaway, Sony’s flagging handheld has finally got its must-have title. Sure, Uncharted and Killzone: Mercenary are certainly worth buying a Vita for, but Tearaway takes thi...

  • Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection Review

    Tekken fans around the world used to mourn that they would never be able to play the Japanese Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection on their consoles. Namco announced that it was porting the Japanese arcade-only title to the PSP, which is a fantastic game but simply not enough for hardcore fans. Thankfully Na...

  • Tekken 6 Review

    When it comes to Tekken, there are certain aspects that will inevitably register at the very mention of Namco Bandai’s venerable beat ‘em up franchise. Juggles that don’t just bend the rules of reality but crash them under an iron fist, ten-hit combos, ridiculously muscular old blo...

  • Tekken Hybrid Review

    Namco’s Tekken series looks set to become quite a ubiquitous property over the next 18 months or so, with multiple entries in the series in the pipeline for all major platforms. For starters, we’ve got the excellent-looking Tekken Tag Tournament 2 for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, the dist...

  • Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Review

    Given the abundance of beat-‘em-up titles that have punched their way into stores the past 18 months or so, you’d be forgiven for initially giving Tekken Tag Tournament 2 the cold shoulder. After all, with the likes of Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition, Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3,...

  • Test Drive Unlimited 2 Review

    Not 100% content with making gaming's only Massively Open Online Racing game, developer Eden Games has also created a fully-fledged single-player mode for its latest venture, Test Drive Unlimited 2 (TDU2). And, whether you’re interested in a story-driven campaign or not, that’s where you...

  • Test Drive: Ferrari Racing Legends review

    Ever read the back of a game box and think “holy hell! This game sounds epic?” When I was handed Test Drive: Ferrari Racing Legends for review, I did exactly that. It was a title that, for me, held a lot of promise. I love Ferraris, LOVE them. I got the opportunity to review a game that ...

  • That Trivia Game PS4 review - fun for all the family

    There’s something to be said for the evergreen appeal of trivia games. Chiefly, their charm has always endured in how they can be played by folk of all ages and skill levels. That Trivia Game, by developer The Gameroom, is no different in that regard. Able to be enjoyed by both gamers and non...

  • The Amazing Spider-Man Review

    The Spider-Man games have always enamored me; the concept is fantastic--swinging around a city in a fanciful way, beating up thugs in the streets, and swinging some more. Even though the idea for the Spider-Man games has been great, the execution hasn’t always been there. The past few games...

  • The AWESOME Summer Minis Bundle review

    Currently on the PlayStation Store, there is a five Mini bundle named The AWESOME Summer Minis Bundle that offers a pretty eye-opening deal at first, at least from a price perspective. The Summer Minis Bundle is a buckshot of video game from Canadian developer Frima Studio. Based in Quebec, Frima is...

  • The Beatles: Rock Band Review

    There’s little doubt that the members of The Beatles were idealists. From heartfelt ballads explaining to the world that “all you need is love,” to protest songs calling for a revolution, the band seemed poised and compelled to change the world. When they pressed past the early yea...

  • The Bigs (PSP) Review

    Roaring fans, incredible plays, smashing hits…of course we’re talking about baseball, America’s past time. Although the illustrious sport may have fallen to the wayside as far as recent projects are concerned, 2K Sports’ newest title, The Bigs, aims to bring baseball back in...

  • The Bureau: XCOM Declassified Review: An interesting origin story with little else to offer

    The Bureau: XCOM Declassified is a far cry from the turn-based strategy of its massively popular namesake, but there are enough good ideas packed into XCOM Declassified to warrant a look by XCOM lore enthusiasts. That's because XCOM Declassified is a brilliant example of origin storytelling done rig...

  • The Cave Review

    Who likes witty humour raise your hand? Who likes puzzles? Who likes those old school graphic adventure games? If you raised your hand for all three then get set for The Cave, an old school helping of fun that tries to continue the revitalizing of the graphic adventure genre, and is brought to y...

  • The Chronicles of Riddick: Assault on Dark Athena Review

    Widely considered the best movie to game adaptation ever, 2004’s The Chronicles of Riddick: Escape from Butcher Bay blended first person shooting, hand-to-hand combat, and stealth gameplay with a unique, interactive narrative that fit comfortably within -- but didn’t shamelessly duplicat...

  • 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...

  • The Darkness II Review

    There is a sequence towards the end of The Darkness II that does a pretty good job of showing off the game’s strengths and weaknesses. Our protagonist Jackie Estacado is at an abandoned carnival in pursuit of the Brotherhood—the game’s chief antagonists—and through a serie...

  • The Darkness Review

    Demonic entities, gruesome violence, colorful characters, and an entertaining storyline are all part of what makes The Darkness one of the better licensed first person shooters seen in a long time. Developed by Starbreeze, The Darkness makes a great transition from its gritty comic book roots to the...

  • 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...

  • The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion GOTY Edition Review

    In the Game of The Year Edition of Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, Bethesda Softworks provides hours of new gameplay through added expansions. This added content comes in the form of the Knights of the Nine and the official Shivering Isles expansion packs. With the original game of Oblivion topping ...

  • The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion Review

    The launch of PlayStation 3 touted a decent line-up of titles, though it was sorely lacking one genre. The only RPG available, Untold Legends: Dark Kingdom, was a flawed, last-generation experience. That's why PlayStation gamers were so ecstatic for the recent launch of The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivio...

  • The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim - Dragonborn Review

    Just like the divide between the Imperials and Stormcloaks, people are torn when it comes to The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. Most of us became enthralled the first time that dragon filled the sky as our head's lay on the executioner's chopping block. We stayed glued to our controllers after hundred...

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