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Average score of 88 user reviews

BioShock 2 Review 0

When the first Bioshock was released more than 2 years ago it was a welcome injection of originality into a bland first person shooter latent market. Finally, Bioshock 2 has been released to bring us back to rapture for a second helping.Andrew Ryan is now gone but rapture remains. A new antagonist, Sophia Lamb, is now in charge of rapture. In the first Bioshock you played as a regular human whose plane crash landed at the gates of rapture. In this adventure you will take the form of a Big Daddy....

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Dante's Inferno Review 0

By - Craig H.Dante’s Inferno follows the first part of Dante Alighieri’s poem, The Divine Comedy. The source material for Dante’s Inferno was almost tailor made for a video game. The Divine Comedy is an amazing piece of literature and thankfully the developers did not try to change or add too much to it. The story for the game is fairly simple. Players take the role of Dante as he travels through Hell to save (and absolve) his love, Beatrice, which he has damned through the sins of his life. Dan...

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Dark Void Review 0

By - Craig H.Dark Void is a brand new IP from publisher, Capcom. This third person shooter adds new twists to the regular gameplay with a new combat feature called Vertical Combat and the use of jet packs throughout the campaign.Dark Void starts out with what seems to be a routine cargo flight that goes terrible wrong when the plane gets sucked into the Bermuda Triangle and the passengers are stuck in The Void. The void is the area between 2 planets which leaves all its inhabitants trapped. On t...

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Army of Two: The 40th Day Review 0

By - Craig H.Tyson Rios and Elliot Salem return in Army of Two: The 40 Day a third-person co-op focused experience. Rios and Salem are on a typical mercenary mission for their organization, TransWorld Operations, in Shanghai when chaos breaks out and the city is under attack. Immediately the duo find themselves stranded in the middle of the city and must fight their way out, killing anyone who stands in their way.The campaign is broken up into chapters where at the end of each chapter it gives y...

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Bayonetta Review 0

By - Craig H."What the...?" will be the first thought going through your head when you get started with Bayonetta. Bayonetta is insane and does not shy away from it. It is over-the-top from the main character having guns strapped to her feet and blowing kisses to open up doors to the bizarre creatures that you meet throughout the game you will be uttering under your breathe "What the...?" throughout the entire game. This is partly why the game is so intriguing and once you start playing you don'...

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Saw: The Video Game Review 0

By - Craig H.The Saw franchise has 6 films under its belt and can now add a video game to its resume. Most may have assumed that the game would follow the new film or have some ties to the more recent outings but that is not the case. You will have to travel back 4.5 films to just after the events of Saw 1. Maybe this was a way for Konami and developer Zombie to add extra story between each film. This just seems odd to me and most players will not fully remember what happened in the first films ...

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DJ Hero Review 0

By - Craig H.  The DJ Hero peripheral seems overbearing at first with the crossfader, effects knob, buttons and platter but feels right once you play a few tracks and get the hang of it. The build quality is good and does not feel as though it will fall apart anytime soon. The concern that most buyers have is with the crossfader whichwill take the most abuse (the platter is next in line). The crossfader has held up spectacular during our gameplay and seems that as long as you are not slamming it...

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Uncharted 2: Among Thieves Review 0

By - Craig H.Uncharted 2: Among Thieves takes place roughly 2 years after the original Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune. Just like the original Uncharted Nathan Drake is after another treasure this time the hunt is for Marco Polo and the mystery behind his lost fleet. The game starts out with Drake wounded on a train that his hanging precariously off the edge of a snow covered mountain. It is up to the player to guide Drake safely back up to solid ground before the train plunges into the abyss. After ...

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