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Boxhead: The Zombie Wars iOS Review


If you have read the title, then yes zombies are included. The once laughing stock of the monster universe has – thanks to various media – now established itself as a dominant source of entertainment with no end in site. Now, they have come to bring their form of brainless nonsense onto the Boxhead universe. […]

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Alice: Madness Returns Xbox 360 Review


Over ten years after we visited a twisted imagining of Wonderland in American McGee’s Alice, Alice: Madness Returns takes us back down the rabbit hole for another dark incarnation of Lewis Carrols’ children tale. With its signature dark tone, a great story, and smooth gameplay Madness Returns undoubtedly has potential for greatness. Sadly, that greatness […]

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Hunted: The Demon’s Forge PC Review


Hunted: The Demon’s Forge was released only moments before E3 2011. The LA Convention Center was already cleared out and ready to accept the world’s palest and most nimble-fingered, from the average Joe to the perpetually mucus dribbling nerd who knows far too much excessive information  about video games and hardware. A perfectly right time […]

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Puzzle Agent 2 PC Review


There are a few things dying in the video game landscape, one is point and click games and another are the puzzles in games. Sure there are the physic puzzles where you use momentum and such to traverse the world or the block puzzles which are not really puzzles if it shows you the answer […]

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The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D 3DS Review


The original The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time has always been regarded as one of the best, if not absolutely the best, game of all time. Almost thirteen years later, Nintendo has decided to remake the classic, history-making adventure in 3D form for the Nintendo 3DS. The remake isn’t just for kicks either, as […]

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Duke Nukem Forever Xbox 360 Review


There are certain things, as gamers, we’ve become accustomed to in our games: quality gameplay, decent visuals, good mechanics that support whatever style of game we are playing (shooter, platformer, stealth, etc.).

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inFAMOUS 2 Review

Infamous 2 PS3 Review


Infamous 2 is a special kind of sequel. On paper it seems to do everything right. Larger than life bosses, more superpowers, a deeper story; it expands on what made the first game great fun. Sadly, Infamous 2 adds more to what made the first great while forgetting to fix and tweak existing mechanics.

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Geometry Wars: Retro Evolved 2 XBLA Review


On, one hand, I feel that a game as simple as Geometry Wars: Retro Evolved 2 doesn’t warrant a review, but there’s so much to do and it can be so time consuming that it certainly warrants a review.

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Green Lantern: Rise of the Manhunters PS3 Review


A good comic gets turned into a movie and much rejoicing is heard then usually followed by a great big sigh from gamers. A game based on a movie based on a comic; most people would be flinching at the mere concept and I’m right there with them.

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Dragon Age II PS3 Review


Darkspawn scamper across the land, heading seemingly towards their next destination. Wherever they arrive, devastation is sure to follow. A bolt of magic strikes a darkspawn lackey, sending him flying in the direction from which he came.

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Metro 2033 Xbox 360 Review


I make my way from the frozen surface of what is left of the city of Moscow, and cautiously approach the concrete entrance to what appears to be a Nazi camp. Crouching in the shadows, I reload my bastard Carbine and switch out my dirty bullets for military grade ammo.

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Prototype Xbox 360 Review


The short summary is that as a game, Prototype could be compared to a bowl of conversation hearts and mixed with a fun-size pack of yellow Skittles (assuming you don’t like the hearts). Some parts are great, though far and few between with no real strong point, and the rest are either nasty or bland, […]

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