Joe Dever's Lone Wolf HD Remastered - PC Review

I grew up on these books, but it's been years. It was surprisingly easy to sink back into the world once more

Thomas Was Alone - Xbox One Review

Simple graphics hide a deceptively deep story in this platform puzzler

Geometry Wars 3 - Xbox One Review

It's time to take aim at some familiar shapes - but with some new twists in the gameplay

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare - Xbox One Review

Some signs of new life in this yearly shooter are more than welcome

Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth - 3DS Review

A new console and a new visual style - but the same great characters and stories

Friday, November 9, 2012

Dragon's Dogma - Xbox 360 Review

I have been following Dragon's Dogma pretty much since it was first announced.  I play a wide variety of games for the most part (just this week I have been playing a JRPG, a trio of mobile CCG's, a platformer on PSN, an NFL game on my PS3, a FPS on my 360 and an online competitive medieval title on my PC - there's been variety).  That being said, Dragon's Dogma falls into the space I am most comfortable in - Fantasy RPG.  Obviously, there is a lot of wiggle room from there, whether you are playing a more turn-based affair like Final Fantasy or something more action oriented like Dark Souls.

Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Updated: N7 Day - Bioware celebrates Mass Effect with its fans

I'm definitely curious about this one.  Not a lot of details have been released yet, but Bioware is having an N7 Day - tomorrow on November 7th, to celebrate the fifth year anniversary of the Mass Effect series.

Monday, November 5, 2012

Case of the Mondays?

That saying is somewhat stuck in my head as my oldest happened to watch Office Space for the first time on Netflix the other day.