Those who claim that you can’t teach an old dog a new trick have clearly never worked with Sam Fisher. Despite being nearly 60 years old, this formerly-elite super spy has defected from his government employers, launched a hell-bent crusade to track down his daughter’s killer, and has even found the time to learn . . . → Read More: Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Conviction Review
Very British Gamer is a monthly column by TGR editorial and features director Sinan Kubba, and it takes a look at games from the spiffy perspective of a gamer from across the pond. Tally-ho and all that.
I’ve revisited Tim Moore’s Do Not Pass Go recently. It’s an entertaining travelogue of London which as the . . . → Read More: VBG: The World Ends with Final Fantasy XIII
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Splinter Cell: Conviction on PS3?
Splinter Cell: Conviction has only just arrived for the Xbox 360 supposedly as . . . → Read More: Rumor Killers: Splinter Cell: Conviction on PS3, Dreamcast Games for XBLA, LittleBigPlanet 2
It’s time for The Playlist again, and there’s a lot of games for you to look at before making your ultimate selections. April Fool! In fact, there are only so many games due for release in a quiet month. Still, Spring is in full fling, but sadly it’s not always clement outside in the environs . . . → Read More: The Playlist: April 2010
Capcom is no stranger to re-releasing classic games on download services. Final Fight: Double Impact, an arcade twosome that is comprised of the original Final Fight and mythical hack-and-slasher Magic Sword, proves their mastery over all things retro, as this compilation is one of the best available on Xbox Live and PSN.
For those . . . → Read More: Final Fight: Double Impact Review
Without a bigger picture in play, Mass Effect 2’s side-missions are somewhat ordinary. The fact that you lap them up one after another during your first playthrough speaks volumes about how fully realized the game’s universe is. The splendidly-detailed codex entries, delightful back stories, and meticulously-crafted environments aren’t just standard sci-fi filler, as each offers . . . → Read More: Mass Effect 2: Kasumi – Stolen Memory DLC Review Source Mass Effect 2: Kasumi – Stolen Memory DLC Review by The Game Reviews