Medal of Honor Video Game Review

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Medal of Honor brings the action to the future, focusing on missions based around real military operations that occurred in Afghanistan in 2002. From the start, it becomes clear that EA has attempted to remove the Hollywood trappings and instead focus on a grittier, real look. The narrative is fast paced and involves constant . . . → Read More: Medal of Honor Video Game Review

Dragon Age Origins Interview: Lead Developer Mike Laidlaw

TheGameReviews recently received the opportunity to visit Bioware’s Edmonton Studio. For the sake of full disclosure, we have opted to let our readers know that we were flown up there on behalf of Bioware and did not pay our airfare, hotel, or food. We feel that this has in no way compromised our judgment about . . . → Read More: Dragon Age Origins Interview: Lead Developer Mike Laidlaw

Dragon Age Origins Interview: Executive Producer Mark Darrah

TheGameReviews recently received the opportunity to visit Bioware’s Edmonton Studio. For the sake of full disclosure, we have opted to let our readers know that we were flown up there on behalf of Bioware and did not pay our airfare, hotel, or food. We feel that this has in no way compromised our judgment about . . . → Read More: Dragon Age Origins Interview: Executive Producer Mark Darrah

The Beatles: Rock Band Video Game Review

I met The Beatles: Rock Band on my doorstep with mixed feelings. My mind raced as first date trepidation filled my head; I was excited but nervous. This would be a blind date for me. While I’m not completely ignorant of The Beatles, I’m as close to a blank slate as one can get. Luckily, . . . → Read More: The Beatles: Rock Band Video Game Review

WET Video Game Review

Were it not for the lack of witty repartee, I’d advise Quentin Tarantino to call his lawyers immediately, as WET is a highly stylistic, violent game similar to a movie by the prominent director. While the dialog isn’t up to par, the game places players in control of femme fatale, Rubi, in action that rivals Kill . . . → Read More: WET Video Game Review

Shadow Complex Video Game Review

There’s no team better to create Shadow Complex than Chair. Their first Xbox Live Arcade title, Undertow, was a sleeper hit deserving more notoriety than it received. It pushed graphical limits and provided an enjoyable twin stick shooter. Chair also fortified a relationship with preeminent science fiction author Orson Scott Card as they worked on . . . → Read More: Shadow Complex Video Game Review

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