Lost Planet 3 – Review

September 13, 2013

The Lost Planet series has been nothing if not interesting as it charted its course across this console generation.

Splinter Cell – Blacklist – Review

September 6, 2013

The best-playing games are always worth coming back to. Bayonetta, Gears of War. Guitar Hero/Rock Band. Splinter Cell: Blacklist now sneaks onto that list.

Time and Eternity – Review

July 19, 2013

Time and Eternity wins early points for its striking anime art style and its intriguing premise, but the story collapses under the weight of insipid dialogue.

Hotline Miami – Review

July 5, 2013

Last year’s bloody indie sensation Hotline Miami has come to the Vita, and it’s a great fit.

Grid 2 – Review

June 7, 2013

In a lot of ways, Grid 2 is the perfect racing game. It finds that perfect balance between super-simulation racers and arcade racers. It looks fantastic.

Remember Me – Review

June 7, 2013

Once I set eyes on Neo-Paris circa 2084, I was on board. Every environment is brought to life with brilliant color and intense attention to detail.

Resident Evil – Revelations – Review

June 1, 2013

After Resident Evil 6 stuffed stealth, driving, and air combat into its bloated but entertaining adventure, it’s the next step for the franchise to streamline.

Black Rock Shooter – Review

May 10, 2013

Guiding the titular heroine through the compact levels, blasting enemies, is breezy and immediate. The mission structure is a good fit for portable gaming.

Dead Island – Riptide – Review

April 26, 2013

The zombie apocalypse is not gonna be pretty. Dead Island: Riptide incorporates this inconvenient truth much better than many other undead action titles.

Injustice – Gods Among Us – Review

April 26, 2013

The pitch is that NeatherRealm will take everything it learned with the reboot of Mortal Kombat and apply it to a fighting game within the DC Comics universe.

Darkstalkers Resurrection – Review

April 26, 2013

Darkstalkers Resurrection may not be the royal treatment the series deserves, but as a precursor for a reboot of the franchise, it’s a tantalizing prospect.

Guacamelee – Review

April 12, 2013

A luchador must travel between the worlds of the living and the dead to rescue his true love. Guacamelee! is a huge leap forward for DrinkBox Studios.

Crysis – 3 – Review

March 1, 2013

In Crysis 3, the bow fits the game especially well since the most interesting of the many ways you can approach a battle is to hide in the shadows.

Hitman – HD Trilogy – Review

February 15, 2013

A greatest-hits of sorts, compiled to educate the curious on the history of Agent 47, and how the Hitman series has maintained its reverent status.

DmC – Devil May Cry – Review

January 18, 2013

The story isn’t anything terribly memorable, but DMC has an incredible surreal look that mashes up the level design in all sorts of cool and unexpected ways.

Far Cry 3 – Review

December 28, 2012

Far Cry 3 delivers a full-bodied open world game, showing strength in all areas of its design rather than focusing on one aspect and leaving the remainder to wither.

Assassin’s Creed III – Review

November 23, 2012

Assassin’s Creed III shares a lot of its structure with its predecessor, Assassin’s Creed: Revelations. That’s mostly a very good thing.

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