Posts Tagged ‘reviews’
  • Big Sound for a Small Price – GX Gaming’s Zabius M Mobile Headset (Review)

    Posted by on September 8, 2014 under Featured Review 1, Mac, PC, Portables, Reviews
    Gamers don't usually think 'earbuds' when shopping for a pair of headsets, especially when they want the best quality for their money. TurtleBeach and their competitors sell a wide range of high quality headsets that can easily set you back $100+, but the quality you receive usually justifies the investment. GX Gaming's Zabius M Mobile gaming headset, on the other hand, takes the preconceived noti... more.
  • Sniper Elite III (Review) Xbox One

    Posted by on September 8, 2014 under Featured Review 2, Reviews, Xbox One
    Rebellion's tactical/stealth shooter, Sniper Elite III, has finally arrived on next gen consoles, and it's actually a prequel to last year's Sniper Elite V2. The game continues the tribulations of OSS Sniper Karl Fairburne, as he fights through North Africa to prevent the Germans from developing a powerful 'wonder' weapon. Along the way, Karl will engage the Afrika Korps in a blood-drenched battle... more.
  • Blue Estate (Review) Playstation 4

    Posted by on September 8, 2014 under Featured Review 3, PS4, Reviews
    Gamers old enough to remember Sega's Naomi arcade board will recall  House of the Dead, a popular on-rail shooter that also appeared on the ill-fated Dreamcast console. Despite the popularity of House of the Dead, on-rail shooters eventually slipped into obscurity, as first-person shooters and their online multiplayer counterparts prevailed as the genre of choice. Based on the comic book of th... more.
  • Pro Cycling Manager 2014 (Review) PC

    Posted by on September 4, 2014 under PC, Reviews
    For many simulation fanatics,  the Pro Cycling Manager series needs no introduction. Its robust gameplay and RTS elements help it stand head and shoulders above the rest. Similar to the Football Manager series, Pro Cycling Manager uses a system that has you managing a cycling team. The core elements from previous releases are still intact, including the ability to micromanage your team. The ga... more.
  • The Evil Castle Returns – Shadowgate (Review) Mac

    Posted by on August 26, 2014 under Mac, Reviews
    Back in July, PixelPerfectGaming had the pleasure of interviewing developer Zojoi about their re-imagining of Icom Simulations' point-and-click adventure, Shadowgate. Just a month after that interview, Shadowgate finally launched on Steam for both PC and Mac. A considerable amount of time was spent playing Shadowgate for this review. The game is a well-polished retelling of a classic Macintosh ... more.
  • Battle Princess of Arcadias (Review) Playstation 3

    Posted by on August 20, 2014 under PS3, Reviews
    Battle Princess of Arcadias is an action role-playing game that places you in the role of Princess Plume, a hardened battle princess that has sworn to protect her kingdom and loyal subjects from danger. To our heroine's dismay, however -  a 'great' evil takes the kingdom by surprise, decimating everything and everyone in its path. Plume vows vengeance against the great evil, but she must rebuild ... more.
  • Worms Battlegrounds (Review) Playstation 4

    Posted by on August 20, 2014 under PS4, Reviews
    Just when you thought those adorable worms couldn't inflict anymore damage, Team 17 steps into the next gen arena with Worms Battlegrounds for Playstation 4. A port of Worms Clan Wars for PC, Battlegrounds includes twenty-five single-player story missions, ten 'Worm-Up' time attack missions, and five new era-specific environments (i.e. Inca, Feudal Japan, Viking, Industrial Revolution and Prehisto... more.
  • Warlock 2: The Exiled (Review) PC

    Posted by on August 20, 2014 under PC, Reviews
    Warlock 2: The Exiled is the sequel to the critically acclaimed Warlock the Arcane. For those of you not familiar with the Warlock series - Warlock 2: The Exiled is an in-depth 4x strategy game. While I dislike making the comparison, Warlock 2 can be compared to the Civilization series for sharing similar gameplay mechanics (even though Warlock 2 can be placed in a league all its own). The real... more.
  • R-Type Dimensions (Review) Playstation 3

    Posted by on July 25, 2014 under PS3, Reviews
    Known for its harder-than-nails gameplay and unforgiving level designs, R-Type is probably one of the most recognizable shooters of all-time. Ported to just about every console system in recent memory, Irem's shooter has been entertaining gamers for well over 27 years. With reboots and HD remasters gaining in popularity, it seemed like a natural progression for R-type, and its sequel R-Type II,... more.
  • Be a Pinball Wizard – FCB Pinball (Review) iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad

    Posted by on July 25, 2014 under Portables, Reviews
    The 2014 FIFA World Cup has come to a close with the German national team emerging as the victor against its opponent, Argentina. Germany's victory came during extra time, in the final in Rio de Janerio on Sunday July 6th, 2014. While soccer fans watched what could be considered a historic game involving the German national team, developer Legendo Entertainment released FCB Pinball for iOS device... more.
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