Enemy Front preview (multi)

The release date for Enemy Front was recently announced as June 13th, 2014. We got to see the game in action a while ago and liked what we saw, so it’s high time for a preview for what could be a surprise hit this summer. The game returns to the WW II arena that many shooters called home a few years ago, but does so in a very different way than you may be used to. Continue reading “Enemy Front preview (multi)”

Diablo 3: Reaper of Souls review (PC)

Diablo III: Reaper of Souls is Blizzard’s long-awaited expansion for Diablo III. It smoothes out the experience for PC gamers much like the console version did last year and adds a wealth of content and gameplay enhancements along the way. Those who view this expansion as nothing more than a new Act to play would be wrong – Reaper of Souls redefines the entire Diablo III experience. Continue reading “Diablo 3: Reaper of Souls review (PC)”

Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 review (X360)

Developer MercurySteam delivers us a sequel to the excellent and well-received first Castlevania: Lords of Shadow game, but does it live up to its predecessor and the Castlevania name? Coming out in the later stages of the X360/PS3’s life cycle and skipping the next gen consoles, we checked out the X360 version. Continue reading “Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 review (X360)”

Metal Gear Solid V – Ground Zeroes review

MGS: Ground Zeroes is a remarkable entry into the Metal Gear Solid franchise for several reasons, both good and not so good. Most importantly though – it appears to be a big step forward for the series in terms of both gameplay and technology and is worth your attention for that reason alone. Continue reading “Metal Gear Solid V – Ground Zeroes review”

The Last of Us: Left Behind review (PS3)

Left Behind is the DLC expansion to last year’s hit The Last of Us, and basically gives us more of what was already a great game, with some twists to accommodate the new setting. As is the question with all DLC though, does it provide enough bang for its buck? As a wonderful piece of interactive entertainment at less than the cost of a dvd or bluray release, we believe it does. Continue reading “The Last of Us: Left Behind review (PS3)”