Review: Splinter Cell Conviction

In the wake of certain recent super-secret special-ops/CIA missions that have taken place this week, it seemed fitting to take a few minutes and talk about one of the best special-ops kind of franchises in gaming. With Splinter Cell Conviction, Ubisoft took a bit of a gamble.  They took a beloved franchise and changed it up.  Notoriously gamers respond bad […]

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iTuesday Review: Mos Speedrun for iPhone and iPad

Mos Speedrun is an iOS game where you play as a ladybug racing against time while avoiding an odd variety of enemies including aliens and zombies. It’s a side-scroller where beating a round involves more than just reaching the end of the level. Each round has four badges you need to earn. A badge for making it the end of […]

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Top 5 Racing Games of All Time

BEHOLD THE TOP FIVE RACING GAMES OF ALL TIME! Actually, Its more of a personal opinion, and I know I will end up catching a ton of flak for some of my choices. I ask fanboys to relax, and enjoy the list. Through talking with friends who have been in gaming longer than myself (I started on an Atari 7800) […]

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Review: Alan Wake (Including DLC)

When Remedy released their dark, moody game based on a dark, moody writer by the name of Alan Wake, the game was outshined by a little game called Red Dead Redemption on the sales charts. Many have argued this is in fact the reason for Alan Wake’s less than amazing sales, and they may have an argument there, but other […]

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iTuesday Review: WWE Superstar Slingshot for iPhone

Just a look at a couple of screen shots of WWE Superstar Slingshot and It’s easy to describe the game – it’s Angry Birds with wrestlers. This is actually a pretty accurate description. With that being said, this game faces a couple of series challenges. First, it’s a WWE game, but it’s not a fighting game so it may be […]

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Review: Yar’s Revenge

Lately I’ve often joked that we are living in the age of retro remakes and reboots. Thanks to the rise of the digital mediums like Steam, XBLA and PSN more and more companies are returning to classic IP’s that haven’t seen the light of day in decades, retooling and in many cases completely reinventing these games as small bite sized […]

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iTuesday Review: Command and Conquer: Red Alert for iPad

One of my favorite PC games ever is Command and Conquer: Red Alert. It was a game I spent countless hours playing after school for a couple years straight. For those of you unfamiliar with it, Red Alert is a real time strategy war game. You build up your base, build some tanks, train some soldiers, and go after the […]

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Underrated Game of the Month: Enslaved: Odyssey to the West

Like homeless people, stray dogs, and even the occasional Ghostbuster, some video games simply fall through the cracks.  Sometimes they were just released at the wrong time, eclipsed by a much bigger game or a surprise chart topper.  Sometimes they just had bad marketing, or too many misconceived ideas about the game spread by word of mouth; often victim to […]

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Review: Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II

Star Wars: The Force Unleashed 2 takes place shortly after the events of the first game, with a fledgling rebellion just starting to take hold, scattered and in desperate need of an early victory.  The protagonist, Starkiller, spoiler alert who was presumed dead at the end of the first game is in some sort of training facility, oh wait, it’s […]

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