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Bad Company 2: Badder Company 0

                    Battlefield: Bad Company 2 is a first person shooter for the PC, PS3, and Xbox 360, and carries a prefix nearly a decade old.  Bad Company 2 doesn’t quite hit the level of awesome that I experienced in Battlefield 1942’s Desert Combat mod, but it is bloody close. Multiplayer is a clear evolution from previous Battlefield games and doesn’t shy away from borrowing some ideas from other popular shooters. The single player story mode is a great romp with some well developed cha...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

A better, more emo-y Zelda 0

                 Have you ever said to yourself, “Self, I’d really like to play Zelda, God of War, Portal, and Panzer Dragoon in the same game.”   Well, if you go out and pick up Darksiders your dream will finally come true.   Unfortunately if you’re expecting the same quality as those games you might be a little disappointed.   Darksiders is an action adventure game in which you play as War, one of the 4 Horsemen of the Apocalypse.   The story begins with you starting off the apocalypse, wrecki...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

MAG: Descriptive Review Title 0

Some time ago I heard that Zipper Interactive was working on a First Person Shooter called MAG, “Massive Action Game”. After I heartily laughed and began reading up on it for more laughs, I discovered it was going to have real-time 256 player battles with 128 combatants per side. So with a fresh pair of pants and a floor smelling of Pinesol, I began counting the days until release.                 MAG ditches any campaign mode and is purely online multiplayer, which may turn off a few potential...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

ODST: A Cruel Mistress 0

I don’t mean to get things off on the wrong foot, but I have a love/hate relationship with Halo 3: ODST.   When I heard I was going to be able to play as one of the second most badassest (now it’s a word) soldiers in the Halo universe, I was pretty pumped.   When I heard I would have to pay $60 for what was originally touted as a 4-hour expansion pack, I was significantly less pumped.                   The story mode in ODST is a significant departure from all 4 previous Halo games, in that m...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.