Lucasarts took the bull by the horns back in 2008 when it released The Force Unleashed, a Star Wars title that many critics said had a better story than Episodes 1-3 and a dynamic fighting system that let you combine powerful Force attacks with acrobatic lightsaber maneuvers. While fans gushed over the brilliant canon that [...]
The original Dead Space was an uncharacteristic risk for EA to take, but it paid dividends. The IP is now a successful, multi-million dollar franchise. Dead Space’s fresh take on survival horror led to many awards as well as a prequel and apparently a movie is in the works. With the hotly anticipated Dead Space [...]
Dead Space proved to be one of the most shocking titles of 2008…in more ways than one. Not only did EA and Visceral successfully create a new title in the vaunted horror genre, but they scared us half to death in doing so as well. While the first game focused solely on the campaign and [...]
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Left 4 Dead 2 is still going strong on both the PC and Xbox 360 and Valve continues to give fans some of the best service in the industry. The newest content, The Sacrifice, adds a new campaign to the mix, allowing players from both games to play together. The end result is a unique [...]
It’s been nearly four years since Capcom first unleashed hordes of zombies on the Xbox 360. With an improved save system, exciting combo weapon features and an appearance on the PS3, does Dead Rising 2 finally live up to the hype or is it the same old game with just a few slight touch-ups?
Neversoft has been plugging away at the Guitar Hero franchise for several years now. Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock marks their latest, and last game in the series. Is this a worthy entry for the franchise, or does it show signs of fatigue?
Twisted Pixel Games is back with Comic Jumper, their latest XBLA game that is a side-scrolling shooter about a superhero whose comic has been canceled and must be earned back by jumping into other comics to deserve the return of his own series.
The Metroid series has always been about discovery. Even with the Prime trilogy making its debut on the GameCube in 2002, Samus Aran has always roamed different planets alone in an attempt to solve historic mysteries. Now Nintendo has once again taken the series in a different direction: Back to its roots and tributing Prime’s [...]