Category: Reviews


    “…you can tell straight away that this is going to be a good one…” Joint Venture is the kind of DLC that Tropico fans will really have fun playing. Once again, it offers a new mission, new unique building, a hat, a map and a soundtrack. And what is the focus this time round? Fast […]

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    Sometimes, when you review a game after all the other reviews came out, you wonder whether or not you got sent a completely different version of the game. As I type, the ad for Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor comes up with IGN, Polygon and Joystiq saying the game is amazing, and in the case of Joystiq, revolutionary.

  • TMNT Out of the Shadows Game Review

    TMNT Out of the Shadows Game Review

    Fans of the fearsome foursome individually known as Donatello, Leonardo, Michelangelo, and Raphael, not to be confused with their Renaissance namesakes, should be pleased by the resurgence of interest in the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles franchise of late. Not only is there a new movie on the horizon (‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’, a series reboot expected […]

  • Splinter Cell: Blacklist Review

    Many games reach high, but few succeed in creating a great experience for the player. Many try to perfectly combine all the elements to create a perfect game or make one particular element stand out. Many fail, but Splinter Cell: Blacklist does not. It combines exciting gameplay and fun multiplayer in order to create a […]

  • The Wolf Among Us Episode 1: Faith review

    IN 2012 TELLTALE GAMES finally delivered on the promise of its pedigree. After a number stumbles, outright failures, and some moderate-yet-underwhelming successes, the company delivered The Walking Dead, a runaway success and testament to the skill and talent merely hinted at since its founders left LucasArts. Garnering praise from the gaming public and critics alike, it became the game […]

  • Game Review: NBA 2K14

    With this being the first time I have played an NBA2K game since NBA2K10 over a friends house, I was surprised to see how much of an improvement 2K has made on their long running basketball series. The controls have been changed from when I last played and that proved to be an issue relearning […]

  • War of the Roses

    War of the Roses Review

    War of the Roses can be considered as a great third person online medieval combat game that is based on the England’s violent civil war which took place from 1455 to 1485. In the game, the houses of York and Lancaster engage in a bloody battle in order to capture the throne. The player will […]

  • Just Dance 4 review

    Ubisoft’s Just Dance 4 Review

    Dancing is not a skill to develop, but a feeling to cherish! And, Just Dance 4 does just that. Developed by Ubisoft, the fourth installment of the Just Dance franchise allows you to bring out the dancer in you and live those moments of move-n-groove to the fullest. So, let’s check out what else it […]

  • Resident Evil 6 ps3

    Resident Evil 6 for PS3 Review

    Capcom’s flagship gaming series is back with its sixth installment titled Resident Evil 6. The game hit the market in the first week of October and is available for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and soon on PCs. It has been titled Biohazard 6 in Japan and is expected to offer some chilling gaming experience (as […]