Okami HD – Review

November 23, 2012

Okami is introduced to a new crop of gamers who will undoubtedly fall in love with it, just like anyone who has ever played it.

Marvel vs. Capcom Origins – Review

October 26, 2012

It goes without saying that the games are great, but it’s the extra features that make Marvel vs. Capcom Origins a must for any fan of 2D fighting games.

Resident Evil 6 – Review

October 5, 2012

Spooky mansions, city streets crawling with zombies, a Nemesis-like creature, rooftop rocket launchers: Tons of callbacks to the series’ past show up.

Tekken Tag Tournament 2 – Review

September 21, 2012

A gorgeous, great-playing game. The large character models are even sharper and bolder than those in Tekken 6, and the backgrounds get an upgrade as well.

Legasista – Review

September 7, 2012

The game’s fundamentals are pretty basic: Guide your adventurer through booby-trap and enemy-filled floors, grabbing loot and leveling up along the way.

Risen 2 – Dark Waters – Review

August 24, 2012

As you explore this dangerous landscape, you start to get your bearing by taking the early steps towards becoming a true pirate adventurer.

Hybrid – Review

August 17, 2012

The game takes place in a futuristic world where opposing factions competefor resources, blasting away at each other from cover in a third-person viewpoint.

Deadlight – Review

August 3, 2012

Deadlight, a stylish side-scroller, doesn’t have many original ideas, but since the ideas it borrows are executed in such a satisfying way, it all works out.

The Amazing Spider-Man – Review

July 6, 2012

The Amazing Spider-Man doesn’t have the same zany cast of characters or liveliness of Shattered Dimensions, but it has Spidey’s addictive web-slinging antics.

Dragon’s Dogma – Review

June 15, 2012

Dynamic, engaging combat that feels more like an action game than the basic, rough-around-the-edges battles gamers are used to in RPGs that are this ambitious.

Starhawk – Review

May 25, 2012

Like its enormously fun 2007 predecessor, Warhawk, the appeal of Starhawk is the way it spoils the player with choice.

Awesomenauts – Review

May 18, 2012

For some games, I need a cup of coffee before I start playing, since they require twitch reflexes and split-second reactions. That’s not the case with Awesomenauts.

Prototype 2 – Review

May 11, 2012

James Heller’s expletive-and-rage-filled quest to uncover those responsible for the death of his family and the bio plague terrorizing NYZ doesn’t offer much.

Xenoblade Chronicles – Review

April 13, 2012

Within the first steps of this epic RPG, you’ll want to spend time in this awe-inspiring foreign world, taking on quests out of desire rather than necessity.

Sine Mora – Review

March 30, 2012

When was the last time a shoot-em-up aspired to be something more than just a fan-pleasing genre entry? Sine Mora sets a new standard for modern shmups.

Tales of Graces f – Review

March 30, 2012

If you can make it through the slow first handful of hours in this 12th installment of the RPG franchise, you’ll have a solid investment that really pays off.

MLB 12 – The Show – Review

March 23, 2012

The annual update always brings a truckload of tweaks and new features, like PS Move motion control, overhauled ball physics, now take your season on the go.

Asura’s Wrath – Review

March 16, 2012

A work of colossal imagination, as its creators consistently one-up themselves with set piece moments as betrayed demigod Asura’s quest for revenge unfolds.

Street Fighter X Tekken – Review

March 16, 2012

The Tekken series is great and played an important role in the evolution of 3D fighting games, but Street Fighter is the genesis of the entire fighting genre and has a sterling modern reputation.

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