Posts Tagged ‘review’
  • Castlevania: Harmony of Despair (Review) Playstation 3

    Posted by on October 10, 2011 under PS3, Reviews
    Released last year for Xbox 360, Castlevania: Harmony of Despair introduced 6-player co-op play and the ability to choose between different characters from the Castlevania universe. Players can choose to be Alucard, Jonathan Morris, Shanna, Soma Cruz, Charlotte Aulin and Shannon, all with their own unique abilities and skills. The Playstation 3 version of CHOD also includes two additional chara... more.
  • Bodycount (Review) Playstation 3

    Posted by on October 7, 2011 under PS3, Reviews
    In Bodycount, you work for a company simply known as the Network. When this company needs an issue resolved, they send you. You’re a shoot first and ask questions later kind of guy, which is exactly what the Network likes. In the world of Body Count, there is nothing a bullet can’t solve anyway. Bodycount takes place in Africa and also certain parts of Asia later on in the story. Each missi... more.
  • Leedmees (Review) Xbox 360 Kinect

    Posted by on October 5, 2011 under Reviews, Xbox 360
    Wish you can save a species? Leedmees by Konami (Xbox 360 Kinect, 800 MS Points) is a fun and interactive game that allows you to do just that. You must guide them (the Leedmees) to safety using your whole body. You can pick them up, roll them with your body movements, and if you’re not careful, destroy them. You must get a certain number of Leedmees from one portal to another. These por... more.
  • BIT.TRIP Complete (Review) Nintendo WII

    Posted by on October 4, 2011 under Reviews, WII
    Join Commander Video as he experiences his life from an 8-bit perspective. As a rhythm-based series that began on WiiWare, BIT.TRIP Complete pays homage to many iconic games from yesteryear. Gamers old enough to remember the Atari 2600 and games like Pitfall will instantly recognize some of the similarities in mini games like Runner. BIT.TRIP Complete includes all six games from the series - Be... more.
  • From Dust (Review) Playstation 3

    Posted by on September 29, 2011 under PS3, Reviews
    From Dust has been in development for a very long time. I have been waiting decades for a God simulation to make its way onto console systems. The last two games that  came close to From Dust were Populous and Power Monger, and they were released in the mid-to-late 1980‘s. I can remember it like it was yesterday, playing both games for hours on my Commodore Amiga computer. In From Dust you p... more.
  • Driver: San Francisco (Review) Playstation 3

    Posted by on September 6, 2011 under PS3, Reviews
    Tanner is back in Driver: San Francisco, but things are not the way we remember them.  This time John Tanner is chasing after crime lord Charles Jericho. As the game begins, you find yourself in hot pursuit through the streets of San Francisco. Things go sour rather quickly for Tanner while in pursuit of Jericho, as he falls victim to a tragic car accident leaving him in a coma. Things happen ... more.
  • Cubic Ninja (Review) Nintendo 3DS

    Posted by on July 6, 2011 under Portables, Reviews
    Cubic Ninja from Ubisoft is an original game that uses the 3DS' gyroscope technology. As a carbon cube named CC, your mission is to rescue some friends and ultimately rescue a kidnapped princess.  As a puzzle game, the player must tilt the 3DS back, forward, and side-to-side to navigate CC through a series of mazes laden with hazardous obstacles and traps. Like all puzzle games, the first few ... more.
  • Astro Ranch iPhone/iPod Touch (Review)

    Posted by on April 4, 2010 under Portables
    Astro Ranch, for iPhone/iPod Touch, where to begin, how about mentioning this title was originally intended to be reviewed by my fiancée, Jeanna/jc1013. Why isn't she reviewing it then? I hogged Astro Ranch; there I said it. Jeanna likes Astro Ranch, I just want to make that clear, that is not why she is not reviewing AR, she didn't get to play much thanks to me. Believe me, I am one of the l... more.
  • GNET Radio Releases Their First On Air Game Review

    Posted by on October 3, 2009 under PS3, Xbox 360
    Gamer Network Radio has just released their first ever On Air Game Review over on their site.  What is the featured game that earned this high honor?  Zombie Apocalypse of course!  GNET Underground was the place that the zombie infestation was held back by courageous DJ's Al and Harmack holed up in the Gamer Network Studios.  We here at Pixel Perfect Gaming are concerned about our media partne... more.