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Akiba’s Trip: Undead and Undressed Review

Have you ever found yourself playing Shenume or one of the Yakuza games and wished it had just been more Otaku and sillier? If you answered yes to the question, then Akiba’s Trip: Undead and Undressed, the sequel to 2011’s Japan-only Akiba’s Trip, is perfect for you. Taking place entirely in the Akihabara district, the otaku capital of the world, […]

Roundabout Review

In a world, where video games like to play by the rules, one game stands to break a couple. That game? Roundabout. When Dan Teasdale, who’s probably best known for his work on games like Destroy All Humans and The Gunstringer, helped co-found No Goblin, a Seattle based game studio last year, many people wondered what his first game would […]

Velocity 2X Review

Developed by UK studio Futurelab, Velocity 2X is the sequel to Velocity Ultra, the remake of the original Velocity which was a PS Mini title on the PSP. In the game you play as Lt. Kai Tana, a former test pilot turned cyborg who was flung halfway across the galaxy and captured by the evil Vokh empire. After escaping thanks […]

Madden NFL 15 Review: Madden Season is Here!

Presentation Madden 15 starts off with the NFC Championship game; between the Seattle Sea Hawks and the Carolina Panthers. The all new camera angles definitely made you feel as if your watching a real football game. The crowd is more alive this year than ever! Game Play Let’s start off with the defense. The defense this year is awesome, you […]

Sniper Elite III Review

A game based in World War 2, Sniper Elite III is very much about being tactical the tagline is “Observe. Plan. Execute. Adapt”. Every level, which is supposedly three times bigger than those found in Sniper Elite 2, starts with a cutscene explaining the current situation, as well as dropping hints about the best way to prepare. You are then […]

Child of Light Review

Child of Light is a whimsical, yet somewhat dark RPG/platformer game that takes heavy influence from story book fairy tales. The world has a magical charm to it, and takes a somewhat interesting spin on your traditional RPG. Child of Light was developed by Ubisoft for a multitude of platforms, but bare in mind, my experiences came from the Wii […]

InFamous Second Son Review

Most people have imagined themselves being a superhero or just someone with superpowers, well InFamous Second Son makes you feel exactly like that. Whether its jumping from room to room fighting the D.U.P, stopping drug deal or something as simple as helping a pedestrian up, Second Son has It and really pulls you into its surveillance filled world. Even though […]

Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes

Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes was released this past week, Tuesday, March 18. Ground Zeroes acts as a prologue to the main story of the fifth Metal Gear Solid game, the Phantom Pain. Utilizing the new FOX engine, Mr. Kojima and team produced one of the most graphically superior games ever done. The realism is almost too real. The […]

Strider Review

15 years after the release of Strider 2 on the original PS1, Strider finally gets a well deserved reboot. Does it hold up well compared to the originals? Well first I can easily say that Strider is very true to the original game in terms of gameplay mechanics, but it also adds onto the formula for a fresh new experience. […]

Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag Review

Anyone that has been following for some time now, will know that there has been some debate surrounding Assassin’s Creed 4. There is no doubt that Ubisoft has been milking this franchise because of its success, but I have to say, I am pleasantly surprised with this game. Whether your tired of playing or seeing these games really doesn’t […]