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  • Mad Catz Fender Precision Bass and Overdrive Pedal Review

    You're chilling in your living room with three buddies preparing to play some Rock Band 2 when it suddenly hits you: someone will have to play bass. It's a low point in anyone's day, because the bassist never gets any respect. Instead of feeling like the runt of the litter, bassists can now rejoice;...

  • Mad Catz Saitek Aviator Flight Stick Review

    Flight Sticks appear to be going the way of the cartridge in the console gaming industry. It's no secret that flight games featured on the PlayStation 3 have yet to feel as fluid as they should when being controlled by a flight stick. With titles like Warhawk opening up the world of airborne combat ...

  • Mad Catz Saitek PS2700 Controller Review

    We've all seen the expensive mods over the last year demonstrating what it would be like if the DualShock 3 met the Xbox 360 controller and produced offspring from that encounter. While this process was disturbing (and exciting) for fans of both machines, it would be even more disturbing for their w...

  • Mad Catz TRITTON AX Pro Review

    Mad Catz latest addition to its range of quality gaming headsets, the TRITTON AX Pro, is a beast of a headset that stands majestically head and shoulders above its competitors like a royal family member lording over his subjects. The AX Pro comes packaged in a big box, one of the largest we’ve...

  • Madagascar 2 Review

    Latching onto the coat tail of every big movie release hangs its videogame companion, generally a multi-platform title whose developer hopes will make them a quick buck from those naive enough to think that a game, which has been bumbled together quicker than you can say “money-grabbing leech,...

  • Madden 07 Review

    When people think football and gaming, there is only one game that comes to mind -- and that is Madden. In the past players have been frustrated with the series' repetitive gameplay and lack of fine tuning, and last year's Madden NFL 06 was no exception. The game lacked most features players had bec...

  • Madden 08 Review

    Electronic Arts' most famous franchise, Madden NFL 08, returns with fresh animations and a new arsenal of gameplay. The Madden franchise is definitely known as one of the longest running franchises in videogame history. Fortunately, Tiburon got its act together with 08 and the result: the best versi...

  • Madden 25 Review: stark, but flawed, emulation to PS4's anticipated Ignite engine

    The Ignite engine that's been advertised at every event where Electronic Arts has touted its sports titles has made each game look better than it ever has. The thought of universal functionality with one game engine would make any developer excited, and, with annualized titles like Madden in the fra...

  • Madden NFL 09 Review

    The Madden football franchise has come a long way since its inception in 1988 when it became the first 11-on-11 football experience. With the release of Madden 09, EA Sports is celebrating the 20th season in Madden football history, something that is unheard of in the gaming industry. Not only has M...

  • Madden NFL 11 Review

    As sure as excessive tailgating leads to burley fans filled with bratwurst and Bud Light Lime, every year we get a new iteration of the best American football game, Madden NFL, with new features, better graphics, and more depth than previous entries. That’s not to say that every year’s v...

  • Madden NFL 12 review

    For a lot of Americans, the start of the football season (and, yes, I mean good old fashioned American pigskin-style football) is better than Christmas. A lot of those diehard football fans are the crowd that buys each new Madden game that EA Sports puts out year after year. For those fans, this rev...

  • Madden NFL 13 Review

    Just about every annual sports game needs that year where everything changes. EA Sports has recently focused on transforming its sports lineup--games like FIFA, Fight Night, and NHL have all had, or will have, drastic revamped installments--and this year it's Madden's turn. With the promise of impro...

  • Madden NFL 25 PS4 Review: Return to the gridiron

    This review focuses only on the differences between the PS3 and PS4 versions of Madden NFL 25, so read our full verdict of the parts of the game that the two versions have in common. The Ignite Engine has a lot of potential behind it; put simply, running has never reached this level of re...

  • Mafia II Review

    The gangster setting is one of the most prevalent backdrops for some of the greatest stories ever told. It’s hard for most red-blooded men (and women, we suppose) not to adore movies, books and videogames based on the mafia or modern organized crime. Tony Soprano made HBO what it is today. Leo...

  • MAG Review

    One of the most overplayed and overproduced videogame genres is the first-person shooter market. We say overplayed as a substantial chunk of hardcore gamers flock to FPSs in droves, often ignoring the chance of dipping their toes in to other genres. The basic formula for the FPS has been in place fo...

  • Magic: The Gathering - Duels of the Planewalkers 2014 Expansion Review

    Magic: The Gathering – Duels of the Planeswalkers 2014's expansion comes very quickly after the release of the original, a game that accurately recreated the core mechanics of the original trading-card game but missed out on the depth of play. Its best feature, the sealed play mode, was slight...

  • Magic: The Gathering - Duels of the Planewalkers 2014 Review: dynamic, digital magic romp returns with a slight identity crisis

    Magic: The Gathering – Duels of the Planeswalkers 2014 will need little introduction for many. It is the fourth instalment of this series, which is based on twenty-year strong trading card game Magic: The Gathering. The card game's next Core Set will have its pre-release this month, meaning th...

  • Majin and the Forsaken Kingdom Review

    Majin and the Forsaken Kingdom follows the familiar yet instantly accessible theme of discovering friendship in peculiar places. However, where other similar stories - notably ICO - prevail at conveying this theme with grace and reverence, the Forsaken Kingdom takes the silly, awkward approach to bu...

  • 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...

  • Marvel Ultimate Alliance Review

    Marvel Comics is a company that prides itself on developing exciting stories to engage their readers' minds and transport them away from their everyday problems. Marvel Ultimate Alliance follows suit, plunging you neck-deep into sixty years of powered-up page turners. In this super-powered action R...

  • Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds Review

    Some games are all flash and no meat. For Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds, the flash is nearly blinding, but the meat is so tender it’s practically falling off the bone. It’s a trusted concept that worked wonders in its predecessor, Marvel vs. Capcom 2, and the refined gamepl...

  • Mass Effect 2 Review

    Some role-playing games are an endless grind, encouraging players to head out into a sandbox environment and slay beasts for three hours at a time. In return, you might — if you're lucky — reach the next level or get your hands on that elusive piece of armor you've been working toward. E...

  • Mass Effect 3 Review

    One of the most poignant moments of Mass Effect 3 took place 10 minutes into the game. Cautiously making his way through a dilapidated building in the midst of a Reaper invasion, Commander Shepard spies a young boy taking refuge in a nearby ventilation duct. Clearly terrified, the lad finds litt...

  • Mass Effect 3: Citadel Review

    Replaying the Mass Effect trilogy in recent weeks has thrown the series, and what it means to gaming, into sharp relief. The tragic journey of Commander Shepard united some of history's most memorable characters across race and gender, across species and sexuality. The fates of these men and women&m...

  • Mass Effect Review

     Some of the greatest news this generation right alongside BioShock gracing the PlayStation 3 was Mass Effect 2 getting a localized, enhanced version of the wonderful shooter role-playing game for Sony’s black box. The PS3 installment of ME2 came packed with an exclusive comic-style intro...

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