The latest edition of EA Sports’ football game has been touted as revolutionary and it is fair to say that it is one of the best of its kind to date. There are five fundamentals of FIFA 2013 that make it so advanced and give it a more realistic feel than any of its predecessors [...] . . . → Read More: The Five Fundamentals of FIFA 2013
Scribblenauts Unlimited is an action puzzle video game developed by 5th Cell and published by Warner Bros. The game was released as a launch title for the Nintendo Wii U and seems to of gone down very well with gamers – achieving a rating of 9.6/10 from the IGN Community of Gamers, and a rating [...] . . . → Read More: Scribblenauts Unlimited Review
I've probably mentioned before how many of my earliest-and some of my fondest- gaming memories came from playing point and click adventure games, particularly those produced by LucasArts. For a type of game that employed such a simple control scheme they offered a surprising amount of depth and complexity to the player in terms of [...] . . . → Read More: You Can’t Keep a Good Genre Down
The most anticipated soccer game out there is back again. Fifa 13 was released in October and has already started to fly off the shelves. The team at EA sports have been making the game for over a decade, and along with the whole gaming industry, the title has continued to evolve in that time, [...] . . . → Read More: Fifa 13 Review
For once, developer hype delivers exactly what it promises. The very best thing about Tera is the action. No other MMO even comes close to Tera in bringing the pulse-pounding physical intensity of third-person console combat. MMO veterans are all too familiar with games whose combat outcomes depend on computer-generated dice rolls behind the scenes. [...] . . . → Read More: TERA – Take Aim. Take Control. Take Action.
Anyone who played the first Assassin’s Creed will be familiar with the particular brand of disappointment that permeates the Dishonored experience: it’s a solid game that should have been really, really great. Flashes of brilliance abound, but the title never coalesces into something truly incredible. THIEF, I PRESUME? Dishonored can best be described as a [...] . . . → Read More: Dishonored Review