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4.56 stars 4.56/5 Stars Average score of 9 user reviews spread across 0 releases and 0 DLC

Bionic Commando Rearmed Review 0

Being that developer GRIN did such an excellent job of recreating the original Bionic Commando with its Rearmed remake, the game retains its excellent qualities, as well as the baggage of bad that accompanied it 20 years ago. While the still-original gameplay is both fast and fun, it is also difficult to the point of violent lashings-out at your controller. Platforms are meticulously placed so you’ll miss them without a perfect jump; enemies are placed in positions that exclusively exist to scre...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Soul Calibur IV Review 0

Whether you’re playing offline or on, SoulCalibur IV is always watching. The more you play, the higher your fighter’s level progresses, thus unlocking customizable upgrades like weapons and armor. This adds a hell of a lot of replay value to the game, but considering how absolutely phenomenal this 3D fighter is it’s unlikely you’ll be playing it for the extras. Once you step in to the Arcade or Story Mode it’ll take a lot of convincing to go to the Create-a-Character’s color schemes and menu scr...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Soul Calibur IV Review 0

Whether you’re playing offline or on, SoulCalibur IV is always watching. The more you play, the higher your fighter’s level progresses, thus unlocking customizable upgrades like weapons and armor. This adds a hell of a lot of replay value to the game, but considering how absolutely phenomenal this 3D fighter is it’s unlikely you’ll be playing it for the extras. Once you step in to the Arcade or Story Mode it’ll take a lot of convincing to go to the Create-a-Character’s color schemes and menu scr...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Sam and Max: The Mole, the Mob and the Meatball 0

Time flies when you’re having fun, or whatever, and the Freelance Police have the evidence to make that case in Sam and Max: The Mole, the Mob, and the Meatball - the third, funniest, and most brain-dead-easy of the Sam and Max season of point-and-click adventure games. The mafia centric parody has our heroes in search of a mole within a mysterious mob, solving exceptionally simple brainteasers along the way. While the puzzles are clever and hilarious, they’re all instantly solvable. You’ll neve...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Sam and Max: Situation Comedy Review 0

When a maniacal talk show hostess takes her audience hostage, it’s up to the Freelance Police to stop her. Myra Stump, an obvious parody of Oprah Winfrey, is under a spell of hypnosis, a recurring theme in Season One of Sam and Max: Freelance Police, and our anthropomorphic heroes set out to rescue the audience. New items, returning characters (and their new life-changing choices) as well as a thieving band of razor shaved rats give Situation: Comedy a refreshing feel from the last edition of Sa...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Sam and Max: Culture Shock Review 0

With comic books, cartoons and computer games gracing their résumé, Sam and Max have a lot to brag about. Unfortunately, with Hit the Road being their last 2D adventure video game, the anthropomorphic dog and rabbit comic duo have been MIA since the early nineties.  The dwindling interest in point-and-click adventure games shortly after its release was the final nail in the coffin for Sam and Max: Freelance Police.  Fortunately, TellTale Games found it appropriate to bring back the seemingly los...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Ticket to Ride Review 0

Trains in themselves are inherently boring, but add cards and a slow pace of progression to the mix, and we’ve got ourselves one yawn-eriffic sounding game you’d get stuck playing with the family on a Friday night. Somehow, though, Ticket to Ride manages to be an incredibly entertaining port of the tabletop classic, in which players build train routes from one end of the country to another — whether that country is Canada, the United States, or both, depends on specific-route cards drawn by the ...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Soul Calibur Review 0

With SoulCalibur IV coming so soon, it seems like a smart idea for Namco to dish out a classic version of its revered fighter, but despite how well the original SoulCalibur holds up almost a decade later, it feels like an awkward release. With no online play or widescreen support, and everything unlocked “out-of-the-box”, it’s a wonder why anyone would purchase this version, despite being one of the most inspirational fighters ever, when the “big” version of what is essentially the same game is ...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Actraiser Review 0

Actraiser was a pinnacle title in the SNES era. It was a defining video game, and is regarded as one of the single greatest games of all time, and not without good reason. It’s unique combination of God simulation and sidescrolling action were a new breed, and has not since been seen again. While not the most difficult game by any means, it’s held the test of time quite enviously. Actraiser casts you in the role of a God, Sir [Insertnamehere] - You will save the land of its evil monster reign, a...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.