Even with its glitches and noticeable issues, Dragonborn is more Skyrim and that is not a bad thing. As any reason to return to Bethesda’s immersive world is a good one.
The MOBA (Massive Online Battle Arena) genre has been growing at alarming rates these past couple years, largely due to… Read More »
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.
Don and his son take to the Omniverse in this Kids Corner review.
As a lover of dance games for the Kinect and mainstream Hip Hop music, I was super excited to try… Read More »
Don returns to the Battlefield for DICE’s latest expansion, Aftermath.
Mech games have been around for a long time. The 1st MechWarrior game was released in 1989 and still enjoys a devout following to this day. Since then though, many new mech games have emerged including the ever popular Armored Core, the Microsoft exclusive Chromehounds and the upcoming future hit Hawken. But out of all of them, none of them have developed a cult following like the Zone of Enders has. Does it still hold up after all these years? Find out below!
Masterfully blending classic films and characters with the stylizations of LEGO, the LEGO games have become go to games for families everywhere. Despite their commercial success though, over the last few years the LEGO games have begun to lose their luster due to the formula growing stale. Earlier this year developer Traveller’s Tales successfully rebooted the formula with LEGO Batman 2 and they continue that refresh with the new LEGO Lord of the Rings.