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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.


God of War: Ascension Review

Does the latest iteration to the God of War series hold up to the lofty standards of its predecessors, or is God of War: Ascension a disappointment to its heritage? Find out in this Review.


Torchlight 2 Review

Torchlight 2 is the game Diablo 2 fans have been waiting for, for the past decade. This makes sense, given…


The Witcher 2 Review

I’ve had high hopes for The Witcher 2, the original was a brave attempt to tell a strong story in…


Brink Review

Brink is set in a man-made floating city called The Ark. The Ark is on the brink of an all…


Portal 2 Review

Portal 2, like its predecessor, is a puzzle game played in the first-person perspective. Its origins lie in a student…


Sanctum PC Review

Sanctum takes the addictive formula of tower defense and adds first person perspective to it. It combines first person and…


World of Tanks Review

World of Tanks has been in beta on the PC for a while now, pursuing what’s known as a soft…


Homefront Review

Homefront depicts an improbable future world scenario in which a series of events (Particularly US trouble accessing oil supplies) leads…