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Dark Souls 2 Review – A World of Beauty and Death, Allies and Enemies Reviews 22

Reviews 22 You thought death was the worst possible fate? Think again. Like previous installments, Dark Souls 2 focuses on a centralized world that has little to no narration. It’s shrouded in a mist of shadow, leaving players to freely explore its world. There is no one to hold your hands, no markers to tell you where […]

Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare Garden Variety DLC Review Reviews 8

Reviews 8 Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare is already dubbed one of the weirdest shooters out there. So how exactly is PopCap HD going top the experience with its latest DLC offering? It’s simple, actually: Launch new content for free. Upon downloading the parody-filled mandatory Garden Variety update, you’ll be greeted with a seriously overwhelming amount of new […]

Titanfall Review – Did The Hype Train Deliver? Reviews 114

Reviews 114 When studio heads Vince Zampella and Jason West left Infinity Ward with more than forty members of their distinguished team after a dispute with Call of Duty publisher Activision, there was one question on everyone’s mind: What’s coming next from the developers of arguably the most successful first-person shooter franchise in gaming history? That question […]

Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare Review – Shooter Fans, Don’t Be Fooled Reviews 56

Reviews 56 Shooters are indeed getting weirder with the launch of PopCap Games’ Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare on the Xbox One and Xbox 360. Remember that old saying, ‘never judge a book by its cover’? This quote directly applies to Garden Warfare. It may look like a niche shooter that you should pass off due to […]

The Art of Titanfall – Book Review Reviews 3

Reviews 3 The Art of Titanfall the definitive look into the minds of its creators as Respawn Entertainment and Titan Books takes you back to where it all began: the art and the artists. Author Andy McVittie has worked over 20 years in the video game industry, managing such publications as Mean Machines, Nintendo Official Magazine and PlayStation Plus. He is also […]

Borderlands 2 – Mad Moxxi And The Wedding Day Massacre DLC Review Reviews 2

Reviews 2 With Valentine’s Day soon upon us, Borderlands 2 developer Gearbox has decided to show their loyal vault hunters across all platforms some love in a Valentine’s Day themed add-on, Mad Moxxi And The Wedding Day Massacre. Although themed on a holiday based on love, the DLC is quite the opposite, as per the usual Borderlands […]

Insurgency Review – Uncompromising Reviews 30

Reviews 30 From their humble beginnings as creators of the original Half-Life 2 mod, Insurgency: Modern Infantry Combat, New World Interactive are taking a crack at a fully-realized tactical PC shooter built from the ground up, and it’s pretty awesome. Their latest work, simply dubbed “Insurgency“, is not for the faint of heart. It’s difficult and it’s […]

Call of Duty: Ghosts Multiplayer Review – Next-Gen Update Reviews 79

Reviews 79 Having based my initial Call of Duty: Ghosts multiplayer review primarily on the Xbox 360 version of the game, I can tell you right now that I will certainly be bumping up the score for Call of Duty: Ghosts on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. But what exactly is different about an upgraded version […]

Killzone: Shadow Fall Multiplayer Review – A True Next-Gen Entry Title Reviews 45

Reviews 45 The latest iteration of Killzone in the relatively long running FPS, PlayStation-exclusive series has finally launched alongside Sony’s next-generation console, the PlayStation 4. Being a huge fan of the franchise, I was a bit cautious, despite liking what I have already seen so far. With fond memories of the multiplayer in Killzone 2, but a […]

The Art of Battlefield 4 – Book Review and Giveaway Reviews 24

Reviews 24 Along side the launch of Battlefield 4, the highly anticipated first-person shooter and fourth numbered entry in the long running Battlefield franchise from developers Digital Illusions CE, comes an inside look at the ideas, concepts and art from which the universe of Battlefield 4 was born. The Art of Battlefield 4 from Titan Books and […]

Battlefield 4 Multiplayer Review – Next-Gen Update Reviews 50

Reviews 50 My first words: “Ahh, Conquest, the way it was meant to be played.” Clearly, there are a number of improvements that the next-generation version of Battlefield 4 offers over its current-generation predecessor; almost three times the player count, larger map sizes, increased visual fidelity, and even peripheral functionality. But perhaps the most jolting of differences […]

Turtle Beach Limited Edition Spectre Headset Review Reviews 14

Reviews 14 Another year, another iteration of Call of Duty, another line of headsets from a respected brand in conjunction with the most popular console video game on the planet. Following suit from previous years dating back to Modern Warfare 3, Turtle Beach and the teams at Activision and Infinity Ward got together to create a new […]

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