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  • Call of Duty 3 Review

    The gaming industry is flooded now days with World War II first person shooters. However, even in such a saturated market, Call of Duty 3 breaks the mold by providing solid gameplay and an impressive multiplayer experience. The third iteration of the Call of Duty series has often been given the imp...

  • Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare Review

    Moving away from cliché World War 2 story types of the past, developer Infinity Ward brings players a fresh new experience in the modern world of terrorism and nuclear warfare. For those of you who are still stuck playing Resistance Fall of Man, with nothing else available to help make your P...

  • Call of Duty: Black Ops Declassified Review

    Call of Duty is probably the biggest franchise in gaming at the moment, with each game selling millions of copies worldwide every year. When Sony first announced the PlayStation Vita back in January 2011 as the NGP (Next Generation Portable), Call of Duty was announced as coming to the system. The s...

  • Call of Duty: Black Ops II Review

    It’s that time of year again. Call of Duty is back to dominate sales charts and our free time. With its evolution of campaign, multiplayer, and zombies, this one sets itself apart as the biggest jump the series has seen since Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare. While anyone who’s played a Ca...

  • Call of Duty: Black Ops Review

    November is with us once again, and with it comes the one franchise we review each year that creates as much discussion behind the scenes as it likely will in our comments section. The lines are drawn, the sides are taken, and the division runs deep on just about every facet of the Call of Duty seri...

  • Call of Duty: Ghosts Review: a ghost of its former self

    Call of Duty: Ghosts is the start of a new series within the mega-hit first-person shooter franchise, and it’s the first Call of Duty to land on next-generation consoles. Developed by the studio that started it all, Infinity Ward, Ghosts is a spiritual successor to the Modern Warfare trilogy. ...

  • Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Review

    You would be hard pressed to find another franchise more firmly embedded on the public consciousness over the past few years than Call of Duty. Since the series’ emphatic leap from WWII-era first person combat to the more contemporary shenanigans faced in 2007’s Call of Duty 4, developer...

  • Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Review

    Oh Modern Warfare, how you’ve shaken up the video game industry so. Starting its reign over the first-person shooter market back in 2007, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare brought us a new, addictive take on multiplayer that would since be imitated, and in this case, iterated upon. Modern Warfare 2...

  • Call of Duty: World at War Review

    The explosive opening sequence in Call of Duty World At War signals the beginning of an emotional and thrilling ride through some of World War II’s Pacific and Eastern Europe campaigns. We’ve taken a different approach than usual to writing this review, splitting it into two parts to try...

  • Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood Review

    The movies would have us believe that the Wild West was full of tobacco-spitting, gambling, whiskey-drinking males who regularly got involved in saloon brawls, slept with hookers, robbed banks and took to the deserted streets for high noon showdowns. It’s this romanticized, clichéd vers...

  • Call of Juarez: Gunslinger Review - an addictive shooter with terrific Wild West atmosphere

    It's been a while since the Wild West served as the backdrop for an arcade-style first-person shooter. It really is one of the best settings for a shooter given its lawless, gritty and dusty atmosphere. A six-shooter carefully wielded by a sweaty cowboy eyeing the town's rough criminals sets the sce...

  • Call of Juarez: The Cartel Review

    Call of Juarez: The Cartel is a lot like that pack of Mavericks from the 2008 presidential election. It somehow grips on to its western themes by playing against the rules (even if that means ruining relationships and crafting a hefty dose of disrespect for the ‘teammates’), yet howe...

  • Calling All Cars Review

    If Calling All Cars has to be summed up in a single word, that word would be, without a doubt, “fun". And that's exactly what David Jaffe, known for the awe-inspiring God of War, wants it to be. The gaming masses were taken-aback when he announced he was done with big games, but after pla...

  • Castlestorm Review: A potential E-Sports strategy game

    Knights, magic, ballista and more mixed with capture the flag and castle destroying sounds like a fun combination. Why can’t someone make a game about that? Oh wait, Zen Studios brings you Castlestorm, an Angry Birds meets tower defense meets RPG strategy creation that has more things going th...

  • Castlevania: Lords of Shadow - Mirror of Fate HD Review

    Castlevania: Lords of Shadow Mirror of Fate HD is a high-definition update of the original game released on the Nintendo 3DS earlier in the year. The title is once again developed by Murcerysteam, who helmed the reboot of Castlevania with the critically-acclaimed 2010 outing, Castlevania: Lords of S...

  • Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 - an ambitious, blood-soaked, epic action adventure

    Picking up where MercurySteam’s content-crammed action adventure left off, Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 steps things up a notch with a darker, more thought-provoking chapter in the series which focuses on cult blood-sucker Dracula as he battles against Satan’s acolytes and The Brot...

  • Castlevania: Lords of Shadow Review

    Castlevania: Lords of Shadow is a surprise. If you are looking for a modern take on the classic vampire-slayer franchise, you will be surprised. If you think it’s nothing more than a God of War clone, you will again be surprised. And finally, if you think it’s only good for one play thro...

  • Catherine Review

    The Mature rating on Catherine is an understatement, but not because of its anime-style partial nudity, overtly-suggestive sexual themes, devilishly-crafted cut scenes, and frequent use of alcohol. Catherine deserves an M for its mind-bendingly realistic adult themes that force the player to make de...

  • Child of Light Review: a work of art come to life

    Never in my wildest dreams did I believe a video game could make me believe it was more than just a game. That is, until I played Child of Light. The RPG-platformer's familiar but moving story is brought to life by some of the most exquisite art design I've ever witnessed in game, a moving musical s...

  • Civilization Revolution Review

    Civilization Revolution is Sid Meier’s latest attempt at bringing his Civilization franchise to console crowd. While the strategy genre often translates poorly to consoles, but Meier’s has taken this challenge very seriously, and it shows. For those of you that are unfamiliar with the w...

  • Clash of the Titans Review

    You can pretty much guarantee that with every big budget blockbuster film comes its hastily bodged together videogame counterpart, a quick cash in preying on those who enjoyed the movie and assume that the spin-off will capture some of that very same magic and be equally as entertaining. We know ...

  • Colin McRae Rally DiRT Review

    The beauty and emotion of racing is captured right from the intro movie, to the first time you grab the wheel. But once you put the less important things to one side, you’re stuck in the rough and tumble ride that is rally driving. Colin McRae Rally DiRT is the latest in Codemasters’...

  • Conan Review

    Conan will always be remembered as God of War’s pesky little brother. He isn’t as engaging, he doesn’t look as handsome, and overall isn’t as much fun to play with. However, Conan is of the same lineage, so is it possible for him to be completely worthless? Analogies asid...

  • 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...

  • Contrast Review: PS4 indie contrasts the good with the bad

    Any game that emits an aura equal to that of American McGee’s Alice franchise immediately lands on my radar, regardless of how it actually plays. The dark and morbid sides of reality have an overall sensation that I simply cannot ignore. Aesthetically, Contrast looks exactly like it would be a...

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