Singularity – Review

July 29, 2010

Singularity does a great job putting the player in the shoes of the protagonist who must manipulate time to stop Russians from triggering a catastrophic event.

Blur – Review

June 1, 2010

The on-track action is wild, punctuated by the careful selection of power-ups that all feel useful as well as a very stylish overall presentation.

Guitar Hero – 5 – Review

January 1, 2010

Like the Tony Hawk series, it never lost the satisfying core of its revolutionary gameplay, but was sequeled to the point of fatigue and gamer apathy.

Prototype – Review

October 1, 2009

Alex rushes in a state of perpetual motion, sprinting up the sides of skyscrapers and gliding between monuments. The combat mechanics are just as frantic.

Guitar Hero – Smash Hits – Review

October 1, 2009

A “best of” list of songs from nearly all of the previous GH titles on one disc. It’s a great set list. You probably learned to play Guitar Hero on these songs.

Guitar Hero – Metallica – Review

September 1, 2009

The setlist, from the 28 Metallica songs to classic “opening acts” like Samhain, Corrosion of Conformity, and Mastodon, is impeccable.

Guitar Hero – World Tour – Review

February 1, 2009

With World Tour, the series apes the Rock Band formula by adding drums, bass, and vocals. You can create and upload songs and download songs from others.

007 – Quantum of Solace – Review

December 1, 2008

It still has a little of that “good enough” movie tie-in mentality. Makes little effort to incorporate the trademark Bond style into the maps or presentation.

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