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  • H.A.W.X. 2 Review

    In all honesty, would you have given the original H.A.W.X. much of a look if it didn’t have the Tom Clancy name stuck in front of it? Flight sims, for all their promise of complete freedom—thousands of miles of empty sky in which you can wheel, loop, barrel roll and dive in to your heart...

  • Half-Minute Hero Review

    Half-Minute Hero is one of those rare gaming experiences that just works – it’s fun to play, it’s easy to learn, and it’s surprisingly long for a PSP title. The game plays homage to the classic 8-bit RPGs but with a modern take that utilizes the portability of Sony’s ha...

  • Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 Review

    J.K. Rowling is a true master at capturing the excitement and fear of adolescence. Sure, she penned a series of seven novels based on a young wizard and his search to find and destroy he who must not be named, but it’s not just the setting and magical world that fixates audiences, it’...

  • Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince Review

    With its magnificent Great Hall, moving staircases, hidden alcoves and secret passageways, Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry is a magical place ripe for exploration. If you’ve been following the Harry Potter videogame series then you won’t be surprised to discover that Hogwarts ...

  • Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix Review

    Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix follows Harry, Ron and Hermione through their fifth year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Harry's believes that “He Who Shall Not Be Named” is back and when the new Defense Against the Dark Arts professor declines to teach spells to...

  • 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...

  • Hauppauge HD PVR 2 Gaming Edition Review

      Ever since I started experimenting with my PlayStation 2 and a video recorder, I have wanted the ability to record gameplay from video games and play around with video editing. What's always held me back is the sheer inconvenience in manipulating the video directly from a video game console,...

  • HAWX Review

    The Tom Clancy bandwagon continues to roll in 2009, but this year Ubisoft has abandoned the ground-battles of Mexico and close-quarters combat of Las Vegas for the franchise’s first foray into the flight combat genre. Taking to the war-torn skies over the likes of Rio De Janeiro, Afghanistan a...

  • Heavenly Sword Review

    Heavenly Sword is quite possibly a gift from Sony to anyone who owns a PlayStation 3 console. It is not what Heavenly Sword is that makes it spectacular, but what it dares to do in the video game industry that makes it remarkable and unique. Never have there been such life-like characters in any gam...

  • Heavy Rain Review

    A simple question is posed while playing Heavy Rain: How far will you go to save someone you love? But the game offers so many more questions than that little tug on emotions. How can you truly care about imaginary characters in a videogame? How can nearly every step of your gameplay experience impa...

  • High Velocity Bowling Review

    Tired of hearing the guy at the retail store tell you how incredible and innovative Wii Bowling is? Forget him. PlayStation 3 now has their superior version in High Velocity Bowling. It’s almost as though the PlayStation team looked over at the success of the other consoles and said, “He...

  • Hitman Absolution review

    Agent 47 is one dull, emotionless antihero. As an assassin, he carefully eliminates targets with a simple wire pulled around a victim's neck, or he takes a hands-off approach by poisoning their food. He hides bodies in dumpsters, disguises himself as shop clerks or police officers, and uses every pi...

  • Homefront Review

    Free speech is arguably the most highly protected right in the U.S. Constitution. The Supreme Court recently upheld this right, voting in favor of the controversial Kansas-based Westboro church’s hateful picketing at soldiers’ funerals. President Barack Obama and former President Geo...

  • 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...

  • Hotline Miami Review: retro kill-'em-up is unforgivingly bloody and brutal

    Have a rodent problem, a noisy neighbor or even some ghosts? Who are you going to call? No, not the Ghostbusters, this is not the 80s. Okay, actually, technically it is but we`re still not calling the Ghostbusters. Instead we have a maniacal serial killer on the loose, just waiting for a call before...

  • How To Survive Review: zombies invade PSN

     Zombies, zombies everywhere and not enough to kill. Enter the world of the survivor; a shipwrecked individual who has to use their ingenuity to survive an island of the undead and try to escape. Are you smart enough to outwit the undead or will you become another one of their legion? Welcome t...

  • Hyperdimension Neptunia V Review - poking fun at the console wars with an RPG twist

    The gaming industry has had its highs and lows, laughs and tears, and successes and failures. But what if all of those were wrapped up in a cute little package, making light of everything that happened in the past thirty years of gaming? Welcome to the genius of Hyperdimension Neptunia V, putting a ...

  • Hyperdimension Neptunia: Producing Perfection Review

    Management games are a tricky genre to create for. There are many subtle areas that need to be maximized in order to generate the most fun and addiction for the player. Hyperdimension Neptunia: Producing Perfection on the PlayStation Vita is an idol management game, starring the cast of the Hyperdim...

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