Kung Fu Panda – Review

September 1, 2008

The designers took to heart the stylish look of the movie and seem to have been genuinely inspired when translating it into a gaming world.

Shame Club – Come On – Review

September 1, 2008

Shame Club is a rock band, pure and simple. They like Thin Lizzy and pre-suck Aerosmith. Shame Club has soul, they have depth, and they have chops.

RPG – Worth the Weight – Review

September 1, 2008

The punk-rock energy of the first Saints album and the monstrous brawn of the MC5 with the rock-steady R&B timekeeping of classic AC/DC.

Plan 9 – Manmade Monster – Review

September 1, 2008

Plan 9 roll out an alternative reality where the Misfits took the Ramones’ path and made records playing to their strongest rocking and ghouling suit.

Motörhead – Motorizer – Review

September 1, 2008

Lemmy, Mikkey, and Phil: The longest-running lineup by far and the most prolific, keeps grinding out record after record of material better than the old stuff.

Secret Agent Clank – Review

September 1, 2008

Since Ratchet of Ratchet and Clank got his own game with Deadlocked, it was time for his robotic sidekick Clank. Thing is, these two fare much better together.