Dragon’s Crown Review

As someone who has been impatiently anticipating the arrival of Vanillaware’s Dragon’s Crown for some years now, it is my…


Remember Me Review

Remember that old company called Capcom that wasn’t afraid to try something new? In a time before it started using the Resident Evil, Street Fighter, Lost Planet and Devil May Cry franchises like a crutch, the company used to introduce new gaming brands left and right.


Resident Evil Revelations HD Review

Many argue that, in recent years, Capcom has lost its hold over its flagship survival horror franchise when it abandoned the core mechanics that defined the series and turned Resident Evil into pale imitation of the generic games that follow the third person action genre fad.

Resident Evil Revelations tries to correct the mistakes made with numbered titles in the series and aims to bring the original survival horror flavor back into a series that has come to rely on shootouts and set pieces to define itself.


Call of Juarez Gunslinger Review

Cowboys and bandits; sheriffs and outlaws; gold rush, horseback chases and quick draw shoot outs. Call of Juarez Gunslinger takes reigns of the romanticized depiction of the harsh conditions in the post-civil war United States of America that has been a source of interest and adoration of many a people.


Dead Island Riptide Review

When Dead Island Riptide was first announced to the general public at E3 2012, less than a year after the release of the first Dead Island, there was some confusion as to the nature of the game itself. Hearing the name for the first time, most gamers assumed that the title was merely a DLC add on for Dead Island game.


Injustice: Gods Among Us Review

Since its announcement on 31st May of last year, Injustice: Gods Among Us has garnered a huge amount of interest in its impending release. Winning awards such as “Best Fighting Game”, “Most Valuable Game”, “Most Anticipated”, “Best of E3-Readers Choice” and “Game Critics Award” in its E3 2012 showing, the game has certainly piqued the interest of comic book fans and fighting game players alike.

Brought to us from the creators of Mortal Kombat; Injustice: Gods Among Us has been touted as the DC fighting game that the world has been waiting for all these years. Foreseen as a game where the developers Nether Realm Studios have learned from the mistakes of Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe and utilizes their experience on 2011’s fantastic reboot of Mortal Kombat.

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Army of TWO: The Devil’s Cartel Review

Army of TWO: The Devil’s Cartel features the same bullet filled straight action romp that has been the series staple. This time, in place of Middle East, Korea or China, the game lets the players loose in the locales of Mexico. However, instead of series regular; Rios and Salem, Devil’s Cartel gives the player control of two new Trans World Operations (TWO) operatives; Alpha and Bravo.