X360 Reviews

4/5
Review: ToeJam & Earl 2 – Panic on Funkotron (, )
November 23, 2012 -

Toejam & Earl 2 Panic on Funkotron takes place right after the ending of the first game. After putting their… Read More »

2/5
Review: ToeJam & Earl HD (, )
November 23, 2012 -

Do you ever remember playing a game from your youth and recalling it being one of the best games you’ve… Read More »

3/5
Review: Midway Arcade Origins (, )
November 23, 2012 -

Everyone has the family member that tells the stories about the old days, how they had to walk to school… Read More »

4/5
Review: Call of Duty: Black Ops II (, , )
November 21, 2012 -

Annually, Activision makes a fine effort to relaunch Call of Duty, going further than ever before with each installment. Call of Duty Black Ops was an excellent effort, and Black Ops 2 seeks to exceed that game in virtually every fashion.

4/5
Kids Corner Review: Skylanders Giants (, , , )
November 21, 2012 -

Don and his son take a look at the sequel to last year’s figure-collecting hit, Skylanders Giants.

5/5
Review: Pid (, , )
November 19, 2012 -

Kyle Baron is pleasantly surprised at the nightmarish kid’s toybox that is Pid.

5/5
Xbox 360 Review: Halo 4 ()
November 14, 2012 -

Halo has been Microsoft’s most successful franchise on the Xbox 360 and when Bungie decided they wanted to pack up their toys and play a new game,

4/5
Xbox 360 Review: Forza Horizon ()
November 13, 2012 -

Chris takes the arcade/sim hybrid Forza Horizon for a spin in the wilds of Colorado.

4/5
Xbox 360 Review: Dance Central 3 ()
November 12, 2012 -

In the past my go to Kinect dance title has been the Dance Central Series – it has great songs, is easy to use, and the cartoon people are funny. I also have enjoyed this series in the past because all my kids can play it (even the tiny five year old) and it has a super fun battle dance mode (where I routinely beat everyone). So my previous experience has lead me here, to Dance Central 3.

2/5
Xbox 360 Review: Just Dance 4 ()
November 12, 2012 -

While I love to dance around like a fool in my living room; I cannot in good faith recommend Just Dance 4 on the Xbox 360. While the song options are great and the graphics are fun, the inability to get past the main menu because of difficult controls (on a system designed to be idiot proof) make this game very hard to play.