Written by Kevin Chow Sunday, 11 March 2012 13:30
Mass Effect 3 is a third person action RPG developed by BioWare and published by Electronic Arts. It was released on March 6, 2012 in North America and is the third and final installment in the Mass Effect trilogy. This review is based on the N7 Collector’s Edition for the PC and one playthrough on normal difficulty, which took 35 hours to complete.
Written by Michael Rohde Wednesday, 07 March 2012 06:00
Crysis 2 was released in March 2011 and it’s one-year anniversary is coming up fast. The game landed a metacritic score in the mid-80s for the Xbox 360 and PS3. It scored an 86 for the PC version. You can buy Crysis 2 now from Amazon for roughly $30. This information should signal two things to you: 1. The fact that it is still worth 50% of its original retail value one year after its release; and 2. That it scored well with the critics (although it deserved a higher score) -- should lead you to the conclusion that Crysis 2 is a game worth playing. Here’s the review.
Written by Cole Burton Sunday, 04 March 2012 20:37
Ever since the day I picked up Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune so many years ago I knew I had something special. Now, two sequels, one prequel, and a new development team later, here we are. Bend Studio certainly did Naughty Dog justice, as Uncharted: Golden Abyss is one title I wouldn’t wish any PlayStation Vita owner to miss. And, it’s a primary reason to pick up a Vita as of right now.
Written by Craig Will (puffkix) Sunday, 04 March 2012 06:00
Have you ever wished for a more over the top God of War? Or maybe you never had the chance to partake in the GoW series because you never had a Playstation. Either way, Asura’s Wrath is here to fulfill any hole that Kratos just didn’t/couldn’t fill.
Written by Colby Saturday, 03 March 2012 06:00
In all fairness, Fractal: Make Blooms not War isn't actually a match three game, it's a match seven game. Fractal requires you to push hexagon shaped pieces to form blooms - one hex shaped piece surrounded by six others, all of the same shape. Fractal, which is available on Mac, PC, and iPad, combines this simple strategy game with brilliantly bright graphics and multiple game modes.
Written by Kevin Chow Thursday, 01 March 2012 10:40
City of Steam is an industrial-age fantasy browser-based free to play MMORPG that is currently in development by Mechanist Games. Kevin Chow had a chance to participate in the sneak peek that started recently and wanted to give his impressions of the game. For those who want to try the game for themselves, the sneak peek is still going on as of this writing and we still have keys to give away. If you would like a key, please leave on comment on our City of Steam Sneak Peek Codes article. From what I have seen so far, this game is like no other browser-based game.
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