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AedanClarke

Game Dev Tycoon

- PC

I've always been of fan of tycoon and simulation games. No matter what job is being shoved in my face, I'll likely find something to enjoy in it. I've been a one-man demolition crew in Demolition Company, lorry (Did I just say 'lorry'?) driver in the SCS Software games, manager of a nice few spots in Vegas in Vega$: Make it Big!, a ruler of a Banana Republic in the Tropico series, amongst too m...

7.0

Snookies12

Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3

- PS3

As a fan of the series, you'll bet I picked up my copy the first day it launched. Upon installation, you'll find a nice little box that'll catch you up on the story so far through some scrolling text. You won't see all of it before it finishes, but if you so choose you can continue to read on after installing. My first impressions of the game were honestly a bit lackluster. Yet, the longer...

8.8

coolbeans

Vanquish

- Xbox 360

If there’s one inveterate species of this generation it would be the third-person shooter. Whether it’s the gritty gray aesthetic and chest-high walls commercialized by Gears of War or stylized action from Uncharted, there haven’t been any candidates to question why forward momentum should be limited to convenient cover placement. If there’s any developer who can change that way of thinking i...

8.5

xamtheking

Bastion

- PC

The amount of content is staggering, and the storyline/narration are stellar. When you start a New Game, you start out on a small platform that has nothing more than a bed and some knick-knacks. However, it's the only place for you to call home. After the Calamity, not much was left, and the only way The Kid(the hero) can even traverse his way across the skies is because the City Crest he has...

8.9

chrismichaels04

Soul Sacrifice

- PS Vita

For the past several years, Sony has continued to release a steady and long list of quality RPGs on their home consoles and portables. And the trend isn't slowing down. This past February, Sony held a Vita event showcasing several new RPG titles that would also be seeing a release outside of the traditional Japanese market. One of the first games to make it over to the US and European markets i...

8.5

aatirah

Street Cricket Champions 2

- PSP

The core Gameplay is solid, with approachable controls and appropriate buttons for fielding, requiring you to press the right button at the right moment to catch batsmen out. Batting is equally clear-cut; press the matching button for the shot of your choice (lofted shot, ground shot or defensive) in mishmash with the analog stick for direction. Bowling works in the same way, with the universal...

5.0

TheShotgunsHD

BioShock: Infinite

- Xbox 360

In all the time I have played video games I have never thought that there is such as a perfect game. BioShock Infinite has made me change my mind but that doesn't mean that it is perfect. Is BioShock Infinite perfect? Read the hole review to find out. BioShock Infinite is beautiful not just graphics wise but story wise. In BioShock Infinite you are play as Booker. You are trying to get a gir...

9.8

dedicatedtogamers

Soul Sacrifice

- PS Vita

WARNING: you're in for a long review. The quick bits: Available on PS Vita through retail or PSN download My total playtime: 6 or so hours in the Japanese demo, 19 in the US demo, 16 hours (so far) in the retail release Worth it? Yep. TL;DR: a boss-hunting game with punishing difficulty, a huge number of spells and customization options, tons of cool bosses, interesting lore, and online...

9.0

Sandmano

Max Payne 3

- PS3

Max Payne is one of Rockstars longest and most successful franchises, a personal favourite of mine. When Rockstar announced they were going to release a current gen Max Payne I was ecstatic. Then I learnt that Remedy games were not going to return for Max Payne 3. Rockstar Vancouver the new studio at the helm was met with harsh criticism from fans and journalists alike. I would be lying if i wa...

9.0

coolbeans

Medal of Honor: Warfighter

- Xbox 360

As Call of Duty continues its annual releases, EA’s answer against their competitor’s tactic is by alternating between the Medal of Honor (MoH) and Battlefield series each year. After the sufficient critical and commercial reception of the 2010 MoH reboot, Danger Close heeded the call to make a sequel. Now having control over all aspects of the title and sporting the jaw-dropping Frostbite 2...

4.5

SeraphimBlade

Strike Suit Zero

- PC

How are there so few space sims anymore? It seems like the easiest and most awesome kind of game to make. You just make a pretty skybox (spacebox?) Make a ship for the player, make a similar ship with AI controlling it that you copy-paste a whole bunch and bam! You got a game. Well, this is the too-empty-for-too-long niche that Strike Suit Zero tries to fill, and it throws in a kickass anime...

8.0

dedicatedtogamers

Don't Starve

- PC

The official Don't Starve website (found here: http://www.dontstarvegame.com/ ) calls the game "An Uncompromising Wilderness Survival Game Full of Science & Magic!" I call it a game where you die a lot, and I love it. The premise of the game is as simple as it gets: do not starve. Cast onto a seemingly deserted island, you must gather your wits about you, prepare to face each coming ni...

9.0

chrismichaels04

Injustice: Gods Among Us

- PS3

The development team behind Injustice: Gods Among Us are no strangers to the fighting game genre or to the DC Universe cast of super heroes and villains. NetherRealm Studios, formerly known as Midway Chicago, is the studio behind the popular and successful Mortal Kombat series. They were also the studio behind the crossover title, Mortal Kombat Vs. DC Universe and more recently, the 2011 re-boo...

8.5

GoldenRimz

BioShock: Infinite

- Xbox 360

I thought that I should take the time to review Bioshock Infinite because, as someone who’s never played any of the previous Bioshock games, I felt that I could offer a valuable, unbiased opinion. I’ve witnessed all of the hype – from the 10 out of 10 ratings to the varied criticisms on what’s considered a profound ending to an even more profound plot. The real question to anyone clutching thei...

8.0

MichaelLito79

Tomb Raider

- Xbox 360

The game introduces a young Lara Croft and a crew who are seeking an adventure and are bound to a group of stormy islands known as the Dragons's triangle in which her ship crashes separating Lara from the surviving crew. The first few hours show how Lara doubts her abilities but also show how she has to embrace what she is destined to become. From an average regular person to a survivor, th...

9.0

LPH24

BioShock: Infinite

- PC

So I have a thing about late reviews, but whatever, I'm here to review Bioshock Infinite! SPOILERS BELOW! The Bioshock series is well known for the amazing deep, moving stories we get from these games. And Bioshock Infinite is no different. But there are still some major issues that were in the other games that are still present in this game. And that's why I just shake my head when peopl...

8.5

chrismichaels04

Castlevania: Lords of Shadow - Mirror of Fate

- 3DS

Growing up during the Nintendo Entertainment Console days, many old school gamers remember playing classic Castlevania side scrolling, hack and slash games. The goal was always simple. Infiltrate Dracula's castle and destroy the evil monster. Over the years, the Castlevania franchise has evolved and most recently experienced a reboot back in 2010 that was titled Castlevania: Lords of Shadows. M...

7.8

bloodlinejake

Fire Emblem: Awakening

- 3DS

While most gamers know the Fire Emblem series from Roy and Marth’s appearance in Super Smash Bros. Melee, the series has actually been around since the original Famicom. Nintendo finally localized the seventh game in the series in 2003, simply titled: Fire Emblem. Since then, a majority of the games in the Fire Emblem series have been localized outside of Japan. Fire Emblem: Awakening further p...

9.0

SeraphimBlade

The Cat Lady

- PC

There are few things more satisfying than finding a sleeper hit before it’s taken off. I would be a hipster and brag that I liked this game before it was cool, but being hipster is too mainstream. (Let that sink in for a second.) But it is the kind of awesome, little game that I need to tell all the cool people I know about it. And YOU became cool when you started reading my writing. Congratul...

8.8

Valenka

BioShock: Infinite

- Xbox 360

It's been almost six years since we were introduced to the original BioShock experience; a game that carries a heavy weight to its name for mostly positive reasons and you would be hard pressed to find someone who didn't like it, nevermind know of it. Following three years later, a rather disappointing sequel was developed by 2K Marin with a multiplayer component (no surprise there.) Some claim...

7.0
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