Drakengard 3 – Review

May 23, 2014

Anyone who’s played the cult classic Nier probably did the same thing I did: Rushed online to find out who made such a charming, off-the-wall adventure.

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.

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.

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.

Final Fantasy – XIII-2 – Review

February 10, 2012

Exploring the game’s gorgeous environments and manipulating the fast-paced battle system is a joy, but the story and characters miss the mark.

Resistance 3 – beta – Review

August 19, 2011

Buggy matches, inability to connect to a match, frozen matches, post-match freezes before you’re rewarded; this beta has a weapon wheel of frustration.

MLB 1 – The Show – Review

June 30, 2011

MLB 11 The Show offers the best baseball experience on a console, due in large part to the stellar audiovisual presentation that mimics an actual MLB broadcast.

LittleBigPlanet – 2 – Review

March 31, 2011

To create a sequel to a game that was bursting with content, Media Molecule has taken the kitchen sink approach. Before, you could make levels, now worlds.

Sports Champions – Review

January 25, 2011

The most satisfying take advantage of the Move’s strengths, whether it’s the accuracy of Archery or Table Tennis or the simple pleasures of Bocce.

Medal of Honor – Review

December 28, 2010

Medal of Honor doesn’t have the chops to equal its frequently-alluded-to competitor, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, but it’s satisfying in its own way.

Dead Rising – 2 – Review

December 7, 2010

The fantastically detailed (and sadistically difficult) game that lay beneath these visuals lives on in the sequel, with an even greater emphasis on the humor.

ModNation Racers – Review

June 1, 2010

ModNation Racers could have succumbed to the same pitfalls as LittleBigPlanet, but it steers deftly around them. The core kart racing is breezy and satisfying.

Iron Man – 2 – Review

May 1, 2010

Whether you’re controlling Iron Man or War Machine, the weaponry that should be game’s selling point feels unresponsive and ineffectual.

Dark Void – Review

March 1, 2010

A developer who sets out to redefine the third-person action genre. With a game is as ambitious as Dark Void, it’s easy to forgive its faults.

Tekken 6 – Review

February 1, 2010

Here you’ll battle huge robots, humanoid creatures with detachable heads and chainsaw arms, vampires, and pandas in far-out locales.

Borderlands – Review

February 1, 2010

In no time, you’ll be scouring every inch of this alien environment for cash and items hidden in boxes, lockers, and piles of bones.

Katamari Forever – Review

January 1, 2010

You roll around a big, sticky ball. As it collects debris, it becomes bigger and bigger until a clock runs out and you’re scored based on the size of your heap.

King of Fighters XII – Review

October 1, 2009

A Street Fighter Alpha-esque back-to-basics reimagining, KOF XII pares everything down, from the character roster to the backgrounds to the game modes.

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