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Crackdown 2 review 0

  There are times when more from the original experience is exactly what we want, although, there are times when a repeat performance is one time too many. Underestimated games that surprise and captivate create opportunities to repeat the quality, even if there is no longer a shock effect. The expectations that grow from former success create a two-sided sword…hype. Hype is a funny thing. Once you have it either you live up to it or you fall short. Sometimes even with a good effort falling shor...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

A Sith Reviews: Mercemaries 2: World in Flames 0

Welcome to mercenary hiring class; now to the most important lesson, the rules of hiring a mercenary. Rule number one; always pay these one-man murder machines. Rule two, if you want to double-cross them, do it before they can figure your plan out. The final rule is, never injure said mercenary, and then let him live by failing to chase him down when he runs. Now that you know the rules do you: A) Let him kill hundreds of armed men, rescue your colonel, and then shoot him in the ass, but allow h...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

A Sith Reviews: Splinter Cell:Conviction 0

Splinter Cell: Conviction, was developed by Ubisoft Montreal and released on the 13 of April 2010 for the Xbox 360. Splinter Cell: Conviction is the sixth game in the Splinter cell game series, based off the books by Tom Clancy. Featuring a mix between stealth and action, this is a reworking of the series that maintains the story from previous Splinter Cell titles. Stealth has always been indispensable in the Splinter Cell series; Conviction's changes to the visibility meter alter game play ...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

A Sith Reviews: Bully 0

School, there is no better place to cause mayhem and act as a site of bedlam. Such is the case in Rockstar Vancouver's Canis Canem Edit, or its American name, Bully. Much controversy has been caused among those opposed to violence in video games, especially due to the T rating by the ESRB, which allows teens access to the game. In line with another Rockstar title that preceded Bully, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, the game was well received by critics and sold exceptionally for a last generation...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

A Sith Reviews: The Godfather 2 0

I turn my gaze upon EA Redwood Shores' final game under that moniker (Renamed Visceral Games, maker of games like The Sims 3, and Dante's Inferno), The Godfather 2. Released in Spring 2009 for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC, The Godfather 2 is a third person sandbox shooter with real time strategy elements set in Havana, Cuba, New York City, New York, and Miami, Florida. The game is loosely based off of the movie donning the same name written and directed by Francis Ford Coppola in 1974....

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

A Sith Reviews: NCAA Basketball 10 0

Every year there is an event that captivates millions and changes the lives of hundreds of college men and women; the National Collegiate Athletic Association's yearly basketball tournament, known as March Madness. Unsurprisingly to coincide with this tradition there has been, for the last 15 years, a new NCAA basketball video game. EA's 2009 edition, NCAA Basketball '10, is the final edition in the series. The majority of gameplay time goes into building a program making it a dynasty over a 30-...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.