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The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings – Enhanced Edition Review “Justice fit for a King”

Legendary monster slayer Geralt of Rivia, one of the few remaining witchers, seeks to clear his name after being blamed for the murder of King Foltest of Temeria. But, somehow, Geralt becomes emerged in a political world filled with corruption and greed. This is the story behind The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings – Enhanced Edition, an adventure […]

Purple Phallus… In The Face! In Saints Row: The Third

The third installment into comical sandbox series, Saints Row: The Third doesn’t seem to be taking itself that seriously — in the first batch of screenshots there’s even a masked assailant at the business end of a “huge purple phallus.” Tweet

Alpha Protocol Review “Weapon of Choice”

With its original 2009 release date delayed seven months to the day, Obsidian Entertainment’s much-discussed “espionage RPG” has been a long time coming – it’s not entirely surprising, given the game’s apparent ambition. Obsidian has maintained a clear emphasis on choice, citing a dynamic dialogue system, flexible mission structure and multifaceted narrative that are constantly […]

Alan Wake Review “It’s That Good”

There’s nothing more debilitating then the darkness; it’s unwielding and it emits an irregular feeling of discomfort, tension. However, when you turn a light, all the discomforts seem to dissipate. This is the primness behind Alan Wake; making the darkness dissipate. That in mind, Alan Wake, obviously, isn’t an childhood narrative of the dark; it’s […]

Iron Man 2: The Video Game Review “Lead Balloon”

For all their respective triumphs, the film and video game industries have always shared a rather laboured and unhappy marriage. Each Hollywood blockbuster inevitably spawns a ghastly interactive twin, rushed to meet its release with the same opportunism as any other form of merchandising and watered down to appeal to wider cinema-going audiences. More considered […]

Monster Hunter Tri Review “Jaws, Paws, Horns and Claws”

On being sent Monster Hunter Tri, I was slightly chagrined to discover just how little I knew about the franchise – it is, after all, nothing short of a national sensation in Japan, where Tri has already been declared the country’s highest-selling third-party Wii game to date. Given the title (and the enormous aquatic dragon […]

Mass Effect 2 Review “In A Galaxy Far, Far Away…”

It’s hard to say that something has “out done” the original without some kind of proof, something without a doubt proofing that the successor is better than the original. Throughout the review process, I considered searching for this. Then I stopped and realized that I needed no evidence; this sequel is proof on its own. […]

Dragon Age: Origins Review “Age of The Dragon”

BioWare’s known for impressive and engaging RPGs. However, the genre been seemingly non-existent this console generation; there are only a few out in the market right now. One of the many unnoticed problems of this console generation, BioWare has set out to fill this void with its “dark heroic fantasy” Dragon Age: Origins, the spiritual […]

WWE Smackdown vs. Raw 2010 Review “It’s Your World Now”

Playing any wrestling game for a standard amount time feels like a chore; feeling like an eternity, when its only been a couple of hours. But, shockingly enough, I never felt that way when playing through WWE Smackdown vs. Raw 2010. I actually really, really enjoyed it. You see, year after year, THQ updates the […]

Hitman: Blood Money – Retro Review “Killing Takes Time”

Hitman: Blood Money is a game that came out on PS3 and Xbox 360 around three years ago making it the forth installment of a series that I hold very close to my heart. The Hitman series chronicles the life and works of professional killer clone Agent 47 – a largely silent protagonist who has […]

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