Friends and loved ones aside, the Mega Man series was my childhood. Not only did I spend hundreds of hours crushing Guts Man, slowing down Quick Man, and laughing in the face of Hard Man, but I even recorded myself playing Mega Man 2 on several occasions. Why, you ask? So that I could study [...] . . . → Read More: Mega Man 10 Review
From the corpse laden depths of the Aegean Sea to the fiery anguish at the mouth of Hades, Kratos’ lengthy journey to taste the bittersweet nectar of revenge has ripped every last ounce of humanity out of his tired, broken shell. Yet the Spartan moves ever onward, tasked with avenging the deaths of his wife [...] . . . → Read More: God of War III Review
Disclaimer: Rumor Killers is a speculative opinion piece and is by no means intended to disclose as fact whether a rumor is true or false – even though the Rumor Killers team are usually right (usually…) Call of Duty 7 to be an RPG? Mere days after a leak from an Activision insider revealing [...] . . . → Read More: Rumor Killers: Call of Duty 7 RPG, Wii 3 by 2012, Forrest Gump The Game
Disclaimer: Rumor Killers is a speculative opinion piece and is by no means intended to disclose as fact whether a rumor is true or false – even though the Rumor Killers team are usually right (usually…) Following on from titles such as Driv3r and 2 Fast 2 Furious, a shrewd NeoGaf poster has found that [...] . . . → Read More: Rumor Killers: Monolith to Face its F.3.A.R?
Normally, when you see dwarfs, wood elves, and orcs in a game, they aren’t swigging down pints of beer on a football field. But that’s exactly what sets Blood Bowl apart from its fantasy competition, as these carnivorous creatures have dropped their swords and hammers in favor of some good old-fashioned gridiron. Blood Bowl takes [...] . . . → Read More: Blood Bowl Review
Battlefield: Bad Company 2 inhabits the same vaguely-defined sphere of influence as Modern Warfare 2 in the hearts of many gamers; they’re both hardcore shooting titles, sequels to popular efforts within already established franchises and have awkwardly-named characters that spout mildly amusing dialogue every chance that they can. This is where the similarities end, however. [...] . . . → Read More: Battlefield: Bad Company 2 Review