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2.75 stars 2.75/5 Stars Average score of 4 user reviews spread across 0 releases and 0 DLC

LB to Bat-Man 2

Star Trek: The Video Game. That title along should put the fear into the hearts of any one who plays interactive digital entertainment. The 'Star Trek' part of the title lures you in, 'The Video Game' part is then the twelve inch butcher knife stabbed into your back up to the hilt. The tip of the blade then punctures through your torso as you bleed pure dollar bills into the waiting hands of Digital Extremes, Namco Bandai and Paramount Pictures. At least that's how I felt when the credits ran. ...

2 out of 3 found this review helpful.

Final Fanta$Y: Give us all your monies 0

Final Fantasy: All The Bravest is an IOS game for iPhone and iPad. Developed and published by Square Enix it is available in the iTunes app store for $3.99. The game is aimed at the casual market as this is by no means a traditional RPG.The game drops players into a tutorial level (called Cornelia's Tract) that is modeled directly after Final Fantasy 1. The enemies found in this level are all from the first game as well. With Garland as the mid boss and Chaos as the level boss. Each level has ov...

0 out of 4 found this review helpful.

Mega Yawn 0

The tenth installment of the long running, 8-bit Mega Man series was release in early 2010 on WiiWare, PSN and XBOX Live and is a direct follow-up to the extremely difficult Mega Man 9.The story takes place in the 21st century and a robotic virus, dubbed Roboenza, has started infecting robots all over the world. The infection causes robots to shutdown, malfunction and even go berserk. Dr. Wily, the primary antagonist for every other Mega Man game, comes to Dr. Light and the blue bomber seeking a...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Hell of a good game 0

DMC: Devil May Cry is the 2012 reboot of the popular Playstation hack n’ slash series of the same name. Originally developed and published by Capcom, they have handed off the reigns to developer Ninja Theory.The game was announced at Capcom’s 2010 Tokyo Game Show Press Conference. Sadly though many fans were not thrilled at the idea of a reboot. Especially considering that the protagonist, Dante, seemed to get a major redesign.Gone was the character’s trademark white hair and sassy attitude. it ...

5 out of 9 found this review helpful.