Assault on Wall Street (Blu-Ray)

I always thought Schindler’s List was a depressing movie. That is until I saw Assault on Wall Street. Now that is a depressing movie!

The most depressing thing of all being what has become of my first celebrity crush, John Connor Edward Furlong, who plays a security guard for an armored truck company and the BFF of Assault’s main character, Jim (Dominic Purcell).  Continue reading “Assault on Wall Street (Blu-Ray)”

NBA 2K14 Review (X360)

There are two bigs reasons why 2K Sports could get away with being lazy with their NBA franchise. Their last few installments were extremely well received, and there hasn’t been any competition from the NBA Live front either. Because of this, we took the courts with the 2K14 edition curious to see if we were in for more than just an annual update. Luckily, we were… Continue reading “NBA 2K14 Review (X360)”

Grand Theft Auto 5 review (X360)

This year’s biggest releases, at least in terms of hype, are GTA V, Battlefield 4 and Call of Duty: Ghosts. There is no doubt in my mind that they’ll all sell like crazy, but will they live up to the almost impossible amount of hype? Now that GTA V is here, we can answer a third of that question with a resounding “yes!”. Continue reading “Grand Theft Auto 5 review (X360)”

Diablo III Review (X360)

A PC/Mac exclusive for 15 years, the Diablo franchise has made the leap to consoles. Being released for PS3, X360 and (later) PS4, it’s interesting how the title fared in translation and what sacrifices and improvements were made. Does it feel like a Diablo title? It sure does, and for all the right reasons too. Continue reading “Diablo III Review (X360)”

Total War: Rome II Review (PC)

The Total War series has earned its place among the greats of the strategy genre, sitting in between the likes of the turn-based Civilization games and the real-time gameplay of Command and Conquer. This summer, Creative Assembly brings back its Rome version of the game with the release of Total War: Rome II. The original game is closing in on being 10 years old but is still the best-received game of the series. Considering Creative Assembly’s consistently strong track record, Rome II was one of this year’s most anticipated strategy offerings and we’re glad to say it does not disappoint. Continue reading “Total War: Rome II Review (PC)”