Posts Tagged ‘video game reviews’
  • Table Top Racing (Review) PSVita – Micro Machines-Style Racing

    Posted by on October 15, 2014 under Portables, Reviews
    Developed by Playrise Digital, Table Top Racing is a simple, but aesthetically pleasing racing game that invokes childhood memories of playing Codemasters' Micro Machines for Sega Genesis. Comprised of 8 miniature race tracks that sit on large tabletops, you must race against AI controlled opponents in a variety of environments that contain obstacles and hairpin turns. The game starts the playe... more.
  • Abyss Odyssey (Review) PC – Descend Into Hell

    Posted by on October 15, 2014 under PC, Reviews
    Abyss Odyssey by Atlus is a fast-paced platformer that is akin to the classic side-scrolling series, Castlevania. If you are familiar with side-scrolling role-playing games of any type, then this RPG will not come as a surprise to you. The game starts with one playable character, Katrein, with two additional characters visible, but not immediately selectable, from the character select screen. T... 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.
  • 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.
  • Mugen Souls Z (Review) Playstation 3

    Posted by on July 25, 2014 under PS3, Reviews
    Mugen Souls Z by Idea Factory is an action role-playing game that places you in the role of Lady Chou-Chou, an ultimate God that is responsible for creating seven worlds. As our God-like heroine explores an unknown universe, she discovers twelve worlds that were created by another God.  Feeling challenged as a divine deity, Lady Chou-Chou vows to conquer each world and defeat any enemies that sta... more.
  • Age of Wonders 3 (Review) PC

    Posted by on May 9, 2014 under PC, Reviews
    Originally launched during the late 1990’s, Age of Wonders took the PC gaming world by storm with its 3D turn-based, strategy orientated gameplay. It was unlike anything gamers had ever seen before. After thirteen long years, we finally receive the third edition in the Age of Wonders franchise. Even after all these years, Triumph Studios never lost sight of what made Age of Wonders such a brilli... more.
  • Postmaster (Review) PC

    Posted by on May 9, 2014 under PC, Reviews
    Postmaster places you in control of your very own Post Office. Simple on the surface and casual in its approach, Postmaster is less complex than most simulations, and yet it still delivers the experience that fans of the genre crave. You begin the game with a small office space that eventually evolves into a full-fledged Post Office. But before that can happen, you must furnish your office with... more.
  • BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma (Review) Playstation 3

    Posted by on May 8, 2014 under PS3, Reviews
    Released on a variety of platforms, BlazBlue by developer Arc System Works has seen multiple revisions since its inception. As the third installment in the series, BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma takes a quantum leap forward by  introducing redrawn sprites and seven new characters to its already large roster of fighters (more on this in a moment). While the core gameplay mechanics have remained the... more.
  • Airport Simulator 2014 (Review) PC

    Posted by on May 8, 2014 under PC, Reviews
    Airport Simulator 2014 is the latest addition to UiG’s Airport Simulator series. This release includes more content and challenges than its predecessors. Airport Simulator 2014 is more than just micromanaging a bunch of menus and babysitting a status screen; it requires you to get your hands dirty. You have to accomplish every task manually at the beginning of the game. You can micromanage th... more.
  • NASCAR ’14 (Review) Xbox 360

    Posted by on April 30, 2014 under Reviews, Xbox 360
    First owned by Activision and then sold to Deep Silver, NASCAR '14 is the much-anticipated follow up to 'Inside Line' and NASCAR the Game: 2013. Fans of the series will find many similarities between this year's release and the games that graced our consoles last year. But at the same time, some game breaking issues have been addressed that should make fans happy. For starters, the driver AI ha... more.
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