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The Walking Dead Season 2: Episode 1 Review

on Thu, Dec 19, 2013 | By Jordan Cundiff

The world can be a cruel and unforgiven place, especially in times of turmoil. If you didn’t learn that after playing The Walking Dead Season 1, you will certainly understand with The Walking Dead Season 2. For season 2 of The Walking Dead, attention has shifted focused toward Clementine, who is no longer the young, innocent child we remember from season 1. She has seen the...

The Novelist Review

on Thu, Dec 12, 2013 | By Jordan Cundiff

The last few years have seen the transformation of video games from more than merely just “games”, but rather interactive narratives that tinker with player’s emotions on a whole new scale. The Novelist is a new title from independent developer Kent Hudson, who has managed to construct a wonderfully-crafted game that certainly separates itself from the traditional gaming...

Super Mario 3D World Review

on Thu, Dec 12, 2013 | By Jordan Cundiff

Mario and friends are back and just in time for the holiday season with Super Mario 3D World for the Wii U. With the Wii U underperforming in recent months, Nintendo has needed a significant title to help turn things around. It seems as though Super Mario 3D World could not have come at a better time. This latest Mario title may not be the only saving grace for the Wii U, but...

Killzone: Shadow Fall Review

on Thu, Nov 21, 2013 | By Jordan Cundiff

Jaw-dropping. That is the best way to describe my exact sentiments when first looking around the environment in Killzone: Shadow Fall, which is without a doubt, the most visually impressive console game (no PC talk for this review) I likely have ever played. It is quite hard to just explain in words, as it needs to be experienced in person to see the great lengths Guerrilla...

FIFA 14 Review

on Tue, Nov 19, 2013 | By Jordan Cundiff

(Due to FIFA 14 featuring many similarities between both the current-gen and next-gen versions, this review contains excerpts from our FIFA 14 review for the Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 version. You can find out what is new in the PS4 version of FIFA 14 near the bottom of this review.) FIFA 14 continues to build on the highly-successful FIFA formula found in recent entries over...

LEGO Marvel Superheroes Review

on Mon, Nov 18, 2013 | By Jordan Cundiff

For the first time ever in a videogame, many of Marvel’s greatest heroes unite in LEGO Marvel Superheroes. Bringing together the greatest collection of characters from Marvel’s long, storied history including the likes of the Fantastic Four, X-Men, Avengers, and everyone’s favorite character Deadpool, this game is filled with all the necessities that you would expect...

NBA 2K14 Review

on Sun, Nov 17, 2013 | By Jordan Cundiff

NBA 2K14 for the Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 stood above nearly all other sports titles on the market. With the perfect mixture of fantastic gameplay, sleek graphics, and a decent variety of game modes, NBA 2K14 was near flawless in most regards. You can check out our review for the current-gen version of NBA 2K14 on the link here. 2K Sports is now taking the success of NBA...

Next-Gen Review: Madden NFL 25

on Sat, Nov 16, 2013 | By Jordan Cundiff

The Madden NFL franchise has evolved a lot since its introduction in 1988. Madden NFL 25 is also evolving as it makes the leap from Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 platforms to the next-generation of game consoles. Powered by EA’s new engine, Ignite, Madden NFL 25 looks to step up its game in a big way as the series makes its debut on the latest console offerings. While many gameplay...

Batman: Arkham Origins Review

on Fri, Nov 15, 2013 | By Jordan Cundiff

Patrolling the streets of Gotham City is no easy task. Crazy clowns, corrupt cops, venomed-up behemoths, hired assassins, and many more psychos roam throughout Gotham causing nothing but chaos for everyone. Only one man has the qualifications and abilities to handle so many nutjobs in one eventful night. Batman is back in Batman: Arkham Origins, a prequel to the events that...

Call of Duty: Ghosts Review

on Wed, Nov 13, 2013 | By Jordan Cundiff

It is the franchise that never dies. Another year, and yes, another Call of Duty title, but this series continues to keep kicking, with one of their biggest and most ambitious titles yet. Ghosts doesn’t try to rewrite, or stray far from, the tried-and-true Call of Duty formula that has been so successful over the past few years. Call of Duty: Ghosts only looks to continue...