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Splinter Cell Blacklist Review

Splinter Cell fans unite! Splinter Cell Blacklist is the sixth title in the Tom Clancy Splinter Cell franchise, and boy is it a wild ride. Splinter Cell Blacklist did a lot of things right that Conviction did wrong. Blacklist is a sequel to Conviction, and even though Sam Fisher looks and sounds younger he is indeed an older Sam Fisher. […]

Saints Row IV Review

Since the release of the original Saints Row back in 2006, Volition has shown us what over the top gaming is. Trying to compete with Grand Theft Auto and its crazy antics, Volition has put their skills to test to show us that they are not afraid to do absolutely anything. Let’s fast forward to 2013 where Volition has released […]

NCAA Football 14 Review

Before I get into my NCAA Football 14 review, there are a few things I need to make known. I am far from a sports game fan, especially football. It’s not that I think these are bad games, they’re simply just not my type. And I haven’t played a Madden or NCAA game in literally years, so I can’t necessarily […]

Metal Gear Solid: The Legacy Collection

Metal Gear Solid: The Legacy Collection released July 9, 2013, unless you were the unlucky ones who pre-ordered the collection at GameStop, had to wait an extra day due to an error for the shipping dates of the game. The Collection features all the main “Solid” Metal Gears from 1-4, as well as the MSX MG and MG2: Solid Snake, […]

Scourge Outbreak Review

How does Tragnarion Studios’ 3rd-person shooter stack against the rest of the Xbox Live Arcade and PSN libraries? To be blunt and straight-to-the-point, not very well. While this is just a $20 game and from a smaller development studio, Scourge Outbreak still manages to underwhelm. The game starts off by introducing the main character, who is actually nameless and instead uses your Xbox/PS3 […]

Deadpool Review

There are soo many superhero games out there it gets tiring. Luckily Deadpool is a villain, not only a villain but a funny one,  well atleast it’s what they attempt. This game has so much bad with it, it makes it hard to admire the good parts, which isn’t very often. Now I will try my best not to spoil […]

Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater

Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater first released only for the PlayStation 2 back in 2004. It wasn’t until two years later, in 2006 when the Subsistence version of the game came out, similar to MGS2’s Substance, more content was available for the newer remake and basically rendered the first one use less. The biggest problem Snake Eater had that […]

Motorbike on the PlayStation 3

Motorbike is an indie biking game developed by BaKno studios, available for the PlayStation 3 for purchase in the PS store for $15 dollars. Motorbike is an arcade type game that resembles familiar motor biking games back in the PlayStation and PlayStation 2 days, but better! The graphics serve as familiarity from other games, but also to keep it simple […]

E3 kicked off yesterday and there was a lot of show and tell going on, showing off the next gen consoles and all the games featured on it as well as all the gaming news for the current gen consoles. I spent at least 10 minutes really thinking about everything that was shown at all the press conferences yesterday, Yes, […]

Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty original released on the PlayStation 2 exclusively in 2001. It wasn’t until the remake of the Substance version did it release on the original Xbox. The HD Collection version of MGS2 allows gamers to relive the Metal Gear Solid experience in HD. It brings the characters and game play out dramatically and makes […]