Posts Tagged ‘reviews’
  • Country Dance All Stars (Review) Xbox 360

    Posted by on May 14, 2012 under Reviews, Xbox 360
    Ever want to kick up your heels and dance country style? Country Dance All Stars by GameMill Entertainment is the way to do it. The game allows anyone from novice to expert to dance your heart out to a wide selection of songs ranging from Blake Shelton to Johnny Cash. You have four options to play. These include normal, perfection, freeze, and practice. Normal is where you mirror what the ch... more.
  • Atelier Meruru: The Apprentice of Arland (Review) Playstation 3

    Posted by on May 1, 2012 under PS3, Reviews
    Atelier Meruru: The Apprentice of Arland for Playstation 3 has finally graced us with its presence. Much like the previous releases in the series, you take on the role of an upcoming alchemist who begins as an apprentice. What makes this series so unique are the tie-ins from previous sequels like Rorona and Totori. This adds to the game’s overall appeal, especially if you have played the prev... more.
  • The Surprising Adventures of Munchausen (Review) PC

    Posted by on April 23, 2012 under PC, Reviews
    Looking to save a kingdom? The Surprising Adventures of Munchausen allows you to do just that. You are summoned by the princess to save her from an unwanted marriage. Her father's kingdom was wealthy and full of light until an evil villain destroyed the “heart” of the kingdom; a magic stone that brought prosperity and light to it. A stranger comes to the King offering a chest full of gold for... more.
  • Supremacy MMA Unrestricted (Review) PSVita

    Posted by on April 22, 2012 under Portables, Reviews
    Supremacy MMA Unrestricted represents a gritty world where fighting is the only way to gain any respect. Fighters from across the globe battle it out in gritty, urban locations for a chance to be the ultimate fighter. Fans of UFC will be familiar with the style of fighting seen in this title. There are no combos, fireballs or team assists -- it's you and your fists against one opponent. The PSV... more.
  • Legend of Grimrock (Review) PC

    Posted by on April 12, 2012 under Euro, Reviews
    Dungeon crawler fans can finally rejoice. Developer Almost Human Games has released a game that is true to the dungeon crawler genre. The Legend of Grimrock takes us back to a more innocent time in gaming where games like Dungeon Master, Eye of the Beholder, The Bards Tale and the Wizardry series dominated the market. During this time, role-playing games were about exploring dark dungeons, kill... more.
  • Yakuza Dead Souls (Review) Playstation 3

    Posted by on April 10, 2012 under PS3, Reviews
    Kamurocho city is now a war zone infested with biological experiments and the flesh-eating undead. Survivors have either made it to safety outside the quarantine zone or they continue to survive in small groups throughout the city. Things weren't always this way for the city of Kamurocho. A prelude to the events are seen through the eyes of Akiyama, owner of Sky Finance. As he takes his daily w... more.
  • Plants vs Zombies (Review) PSVita

    Posted by on March 15, 2012 under Portables, Reviews
    Those zany zombies that will stop at nothing to feast on human brain matter have staggered their way on to the PSVita. Popcap's award-winning game, Plants vs Zombies, places you in the shoes of a survivor living in a neighborhood infested by the undead.  Your only means of defense is your garden. As the game begins, you are given a brief tutorial about planting in your front yard. A seed packe... more.
  • Trine 2 (Review) Mac

    Posted by on January 10, 2012 under Mac, Reviews
    Released in 2009, Trine set the standard for all platform games to follow. It introduced physic-based puzzles that allowed gamers to experiment with the environment. Trine 2 continues the format established by the original, but it also introduces improved graphics and more complex puzzles. The three heroes from Trine - the wizard, thief, and warrior - are also back with their trademark skills. ... more.
  • Get The Game Trail and Save Time

    Posted by on March 24, 2010 under Portables
    The Game Trail, a program that pulls together many different items of content from the Apple App Store is growing more and more as time goes on (since it was first launched in February, TGT has grown over 400%).  This is a real time saver for anyone that spends very much time at all looking through the many many thousands of software titles looking for something good to purchase and play. On ave... more.
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