Family Guy: Back to the Multiverse is exhibit A in everything that is wrong with licensed titles. The weak, uninspired… Read More »
When Capcom announced that its long running Devil May Cry series would be getting a makeover courtesy of developer Ninja Theory called DMC, the news was met by fans with skepticism and outrage. The skepticism was warranted, after all Ninja Theory has been successful at telling stories in the video game medium but their gameplay has always left something to be desired and gameplay is the heart of the Devil May Cry series. The outrage though, over the new design of the series main character, Dante, was a knee jerk reaction that was understandable while being unwarranted. However, with the series being nearly completely ignored by anyone that was not a fan, a selection of people that has been gradually diminishing over the course of this generation, there was nowhere else for the series to go. For good or ill, DmC was the path the series had to take.
The MOBA (Massive Online Battle Arena) genre has been growing at alarming rates these past couple years, largely due to… Read More »
Ever since the phenomenal Ratchet & Clank Future: A Crack in Time was met by gamers with a resounding thud of appreciation, developer Insomniac has struggled to breathe life into the series. Last year they presented us with Ratchet & Clank: All 4 One, a multiplayer focused title that stripped down the core franchise gameplay and turned it into a colorful shooter with pretty cool guns. Many fans were left feeling let down by this turn from the tight single player focus of past campaigns, the lack of fun platforming design and just a sense that Insomniac didn’t get what made Ratchet great. Still, even after that lackluster outing, a new Ratchet game was cause to celebrate. And then came Full Frontal Assault.
Review: Far Cry 3 (PC, PS3, X360)December 17, 2012 -
We take a look at Ubisoft’s Far Cry 3. Part FPS, part RPG, and part open world sandbox, does the game live up to the hype?
Don gets in his camo for another hunting game, Cabela’s Dangerous Hunts 2013.
After a week of banging my head against Zen Pinball 2’s Marvel Civil War DLC, my love for pinball has… Read More »
Don and his son take to the Omniverse in this Kids Corner review.
As cool and edgy as it may seem to make a pattern-match dismissal of Playstation All Stars as a mere… Read More »