Category - Reviews


Saints Row 3: Reclaiming “Fun”

  I feel like we’ve lost sight of the word “fun” lately.  Especially in gaming, where every new AAA game is a masterpiece and awe-inspiring and...


PUNKSNOTDEAD: On Cars and Catharsis

On its surface, PUNKSNOTDEAD is a simple game.  People come at you (or really, walk by you, if we’re splitting hairs), and you punch them.  Every so...


Mass Effect 3: Citadel DLC Review

You know how when your boyfriend screws up,  he goes out of his way to make it up to you? He gets you chocolate, flowers, a romantic dinner for two...


Review: Pulseman

For those of us privileged souls who grew up in the 8 and 16-bit eras, a large majority of our gaming experiences were spent jumping on platforms. ...


Review: Shiren The Wanderer

Gamers, as much as anyone else, have a fear of death.  The happy little arcade makers and dreamers of the 80s threw that fear into us at the very...


Mass Effect: Omega DLC Review

This is the DLC we’ve been waiting for. Ever since Aria appeared in the Citadel in Mass Effect 3, fans have been itching to return to Omega and...


The Leviathan DLC Review

Yesterday saw the release of the first single player DLC for Mass Effect 3. This review will contain some spoilers! Let’s talk Leviathan. The...


Review: Harley Quinn’s Revenge

For those of you that know me, or have listened to our Gamer’s Word podcast, you will know that one of my favorite games of last year, if not...


Rocksmith Tour: European Leg.

The Rocksmith tour, a gimmick that Ubisoft invented to sell its innovative music game, is coming to Europe this summer. What makes Rocksmith...

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