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9 months of DLC coming for Modern Warfare 3
It’s time to prepare yourself for the 9 months of DLC content for Modern Warfare 3. That’s right, 9 MONTHS. Activision is calling it Modern Warfare 3 Content Season for Call of Duty Elite, and it’s starting January 24th with the release of 2 new multiplayer maps, Lib... [read more]
5 Xbox 360 Disappointments of 2011
2011 was a great year for gaming with some brilliant AAA titles releasing seemingly every month. Some people are even proclaiming 2011 as the best year in gaming history but for me, there were a lot of titles that either didn’t deliver on what was promised or that failed t... [read more]
PS Vita to support Netflix at launch
At Sony's CES conference yesterday, Kazuo Hirai announced that the PS Vita will have Nextflix support at launch. ... [read more]

Latest Reviews

Mighty Switch Force! Review
A short, but mighty fine game.... [read more]
NBA Jam On Fire Edition Review
With physics-defying dunks, players with oversized heads, and the ability to set people on fire, the NBA Jam series is not an authentic take on anything. It is, however, a hell of a lot of fun, especially with a group of friends. With the cancellation of NBA Elite 11 last ye... [read more]
Sonic Generations 3D Review
This video notwithstanding, I have been fairly kind to Sonic the Hedgehog, giving the 3DS version of Sonic Colors a 9, and an 8.5 to Sonic the Hedgehog 4 Episode 1 . This is partially because I am a newcomer to Sonic’s games, and partially because Sega has been putting a ... [read more]

Latest Videos

8-Bit Eric: NFL Blitz Review
8-Bit Eric doesn't just do review of old games. He'll review a new game, as long as it's a retro title. That's where NFL Blitz comes in. The new NFL Blitz has all the fun of the original game, but with some modern upgrades. ... [read more]
The RPG Fanatic: BioWare Bans Players of Star Wars: TOR For Being Too Good At The Game
Recently, Bioware started banning players that were accessing high level loot while being at a low level.  The RPG Fanatic shares his thoughts on this practice, and what Bioware should be doing to stop th... [read more]
8-Bit Eric: Discussing The Official Zelda Timeline
With Nintendo officially releasing a timeline for the Zelda series in the Hyrule Historia book, alot of confusion is still abound. In this video, 8-Bit Eric goes into detail about the new timeline to help you out. ... [read more]

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Tropico 4 Review
Screw simulating, control your island with an iron glove in Tropico 4.
PC
8.5
09/19/2011
World Heroes Review
World of Heroes is an SNK arcade game that has recently been made available on PSN. The game is a port; however, there are some new features that differentiate it from its arcade-only counterpart. Despite additions like a competitive multiplayer mode and updated graphics, the game suffers from being a mediocre fighting game that comes across as a clone of more popular franchises like Street Fighter.
PSP
5
09/19/2011
Crimson Alliance Review
Crimson Alliance is an isometric-RPG with an emphasis on co-op play. Focusing on the fictional Kingdom of Byzan and the struggles of three warriors to free the capital city from the throes of supernatural oppression, Crimson Alliance offers players the chance to murder hundreds of orcs, mercenaries and zombies, and collect piles of loot along the way. Now that the game is available for purchase, is it worth your hard-earned money?
Xbox 360
7.5
09/18/2011
Ikari Warriors Review
As of late, SNK has been dropping quite a few of their arcade classics onto the PSN minis platform. At the reasonable price of $2.99, Ikari Warriors is cheaper than a gallon of gas, but is it still good a quarter of a century later?
PSP
5
09/18/2011
Divided Combat Review
Divided Combat, released on the Xbox Indie Games platform, is the debut effort from K7 Games, and tasks players with defending a military base against an onslaught of advancing enemies. Tower defence games are all the rage these days, so does Divided Combat do anything to break the mould?
Xbox 360
3
09/18/2011
Elevator Action Deluxe Review
The original Elevator Action hailed from a time when you could tell what was in a game just by its name: there were asteroids in Asteroids, a centipede in Centipede, and Elevator Action had both elevators and action. While Elevator Action didn't set the world on fire in 1983, it was a fun arcade game with unique gameplay and subject matter for its time.
PS3
5
09/06/2011
Rise of Nightmares Review
Let’s face it, no matter how much Microsoft tries to spin the Kinect as a device made for the core gamer just as much as the casual gamer , there are no games that appeal to that core audience yet. Kinect has so much potential, yet developers would rather play it safe and push out dancing, fitness and party games, knowing that they are a safe bet. That’s where SEGA AM1 comes in with Rise of Nightmares.
Xbox 360
8.5
09/06/2011
Rock of Ages Review
Rock of Ages, first and foremost, is not a game version of the musical (or upcoming movie) of the same name that focuses on 80’s rock, such as Journey, Bon Jovi and Poison. However awesome (or terrifying) it may sound to some of you to have an update to the underrated Brutal Legend, Rock of Ages is not that game. Instead, imagine a cross between Super Monkey Ball, a multitude of tower defence games, your high-school history lectures, and Monty Python, and you’re pretty much there. Confused yet?
Xbox 360
7
09/06/2011
Shock Troopers Review
Shock Troopers is one of many different SNK arcade titles that are receiving a port to PSN. Porting older titles to both PSN and XBLA is hardly a new endeavor as the practice has been happening for a few years now on both platforms. With Shock Troopers and the other games the question remains how well does an older title with some new features hold up in today’s industry?
PS3
6
09/06/2011
Satellite Review
Satellite, designed by K7 Games, is a recent release on the Xbox Live Indie Games market, and sees you taking charge of a satellite in orbit, with the objective or survival and growth, whilst hoping to prosper along the way. If you’ve played SimCity or other population management style games before, you’ll have some idea of what to expect, but if not, then basically, you are tasked with creating a thriving environment for people to live in, whilst ensuring they have enough food and power to go about their daily business.
Xbox 360
4
09/06/2011
Hole in the Wall Review
First known as Brain Wall in Japan, Hole in the Wall left the shores of the Land of the Rising Sun and spawned off variants throughout the world. It has now made its way into the gaming world with Hole in The Wall Kinect for the Xbox 360.
Xbox 360
5
09/04/2011
The AssKickers Review
The side scrolling beat ‘em up is an oft-forgotten genre, but it has been getting some attention in the last couple of years. Having a fondness for indie games, I was eager to give it a shot. With many fond memories of games like Streets of Rage sitting in the back of my mind, I always welcome a new addition to the genre, and was excited to see what The Asskickers had to offer.
PC
4.5
09/04/2011
No More Heroes: Heroe's Paradise Review
When No More Heroes came out on the Wii in 2008, I, like many others thought �Man this is such a good game. It would have been even better if it was on the 360 or PS3.� Three years and a motion control device later, No More Heroes: Heroes’ Paradise has made its way on to the PS3.
PS3
6.5
09/04/2011
Bastion Review
Xbox Live’s Summer of the Arcade is in full effect with its release of Bastion. Many already want to give it GOTY, putting it in the same category of other small games creating huge waves in gaming like Braid.
Xbox 360
9.5
08/30/2011
From Dust Review
If you needed a god game fix, From Dust may have everything you need to satisfy your hunger for power.
Xbox 360
7
08/30/2011
Toy Soldiers: Cold War Review
Remember using a magnifying glass to melt the faces of your brother's toy soldiers as a kid? Remember the severe beatings you received once he found out it was you? Well now you don't have to worry about the beatings, as you can melt, blow up and destroy as many as you want, in Toy Soldiers: Cold War. Game On, Soldier!
Xbox 360
9
08/28/2011
Galaga Legions DX Review
Galaga benefits from a graphical and gameplay overhaul; however, its shortcomings unfortunately hold it back.
PS3
7
08/28/2011
Wizardry: Labyrinth of Lost Souls - The Red Shadow of the Sister DLC Review
This DLC offers better content than the main game making it worthwhile for its niche audience. However, it is still held back by a monotonous formula.
PS3
5
08/28/2011
Fruit Ninja Kinect Review
After a successful run on iOS and android devices can the finger swiping, fruit slicing gameplay of Fruit Ninja transfer well on Kinect?
Xbox 360
7
08/24/2011
Deus Ex: Human Revolution Review
The classic returns, but is it good?
PS3
9.5
08/23/2011
Deus Ex: Human Revolution Review
The classic returns, but is it good?
Xbox 360
9.5
08/22/2011
Bleach: Soul Resurreccion Review
With a successful anime and manga, Bleach finally makes its way to the PS3.But does it transfer well as a game?
PS3
8
08/19/2011
Alice: Madness Returns Review
Curiouser and curiouser.
PS3
8
08/19/2011
Alice: Madness Returns Review
Curiouser and curiouser.
Xbox 360
8
08/19/2011
The King of Fighters '95 Review
Can one of the kings of the arcade make a comeback in this generation of consoles?
PS3
6.5
08/19/2011