There was a period, during mid-to-late Nineties, when you couldn’t swing a stick in a Babbage’s without knocking over a shelf full of Japanese RPGs. It was during this time that a lot of great, ...Read More »
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Editor’s Note: This review is spoiler-free. It was written to avoid any specific discussion of the game’s narrative events. A console’s legacy is forged not by the technological capability of the hardware, but by the ...Read More »
Whether your offensive preference is mass accelerator technology (Mass Effect 2), a trusty old M4A1 (MAG and Marines: Modern Urban Combat), or just dual wielding a pair of beam katanas, this week’s selections of games ...Read More »
It’s been eighteen months since the release of Wii Fit and its accompanying Balance Board peripheral. In that duration, Nintendo owners have been bombarded with a proliferation of third-party fitness titles, each ranging widely in ...Read More »
During the Spring of 2001, I needed a game to show off the graphical capacity of my bleeding edge NVIDIA G-Force2 MX 400 video card. On a recommendation of a friendly and seemingly knowledgeable salesclerk, ...Read More »
Let’s get this out of the way first- Dark Void is will undoubtedly divide gamers. Some players will be unable to tolerate the title’s sporadic unwarranted deaths, graphical glitches, and overall lack of polish. Others ...Read More »
Join SeanNOLA and DesertEagle as the duo discuss review score regrets, the trustworthiness of industry pundits, and some lackluster role-playing. Don’t forget to send your questions for our next mailbag, and subscribe to the Tech-Gaming Podcast on ...Read More »
Once every two years, my normal routine of playing and reviewing games is interrupted by the spectacle of the Olympic Games. Watching the dazzling display of athleticism created by competitors from across the globe can ...Read More »
Despite having had over three years to develop a diversified collection of software, there are still some noticeable gaps in the Nintendo Wii’s software library. Along with the deficiency of 2D platformers, gamers have suffered ...Read More »
Three weeks into January, the action game onslaught continues. Hot on the heels of Bayonetta, Darksiders, and Army of Two: The 40th Day, Capcom’s Dark Void hopes to jet-pack into the burgeoning field of joystick ...Read More »