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)”

Deadfall Adventures Preview (X360/PC)

Polish developer The Farm 51 is bringing Deadfall Adventures to PC and X360 just in time for the holidays this year. The game promises a truly unique setting in the FPS genre, combining long forgotten worlds with exploration and puzzle solving. We got a sneak peak during Gamescom and here are our thoughts so far. Continue reading “Deadfall Adventures Preview (X360/PC)”

Lego Minifigures Online Preview (Multi)

For the past 15 years, the LEGO brand has steadily expanded its portfolio of videogames. In recent years, LEGO’s focus has shifted from the building-centered Creator games to the platform adventures developed by Traveler’s Tales. Those games are well-received, but all feature similar gameplay even though they explore a large variety in themes. Next year, Funcom will release Lego Minifigures Online – branching the LEGO brand out into the online multiplayer domain. We saw an early presentation for the game a week before the official announcement and here’s what we saw. Continue reading “Lego Minifigures Online Preview (Multi)”

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)”