Destiny review w/ video
Destiny is a fantastic shooter set in space. Defend the earth and help human kind and their allies survive the attack from the darkness.
Tags: Activision, Bungie, Destiny, Editor's Choice, Sony Playstation
Be the new super spy and save the earth from inevitable doom. Go through buildings, take down guards and defuse the ticking bomb.
Tags: Counterspy, cross-buy, Dynamighty, Editor's Choice, indie games, Sony Playstation
Hauppauge HD PVR Rocket review
Compact. Easy. Does everything. Adored by everyone. Not cheap, but not the most expensive. Beloved child goes by many names. Hauppage’s HD PVR Rocket might not sport the most modern design, but it does the job, and it does it well.
Tags: Editor's Choice, gamerecording, Hauppauge, Hauppauge HD PVR Rocket, HDCP, Rocket, Streaming
The Last of Us: Remastered review
The Last of Us has been upped a bit from its initial Playstation 3 release. Ellie and Joel are back for full power – or completely new to you if you’ve made the brand switch along with the new generation of consoles.
Tags: Editor's Choice, Naughty Dog, Sony Playstation, The Last of Us
Infamous: Second Son review
Our review of the very anticipated game, Infamous: Second Son. Is it the system-seller that Sony has been hoping for?
Tags: Editor's Choice, Infamous, Infamous: Second Son, Sony Playstation, Sucker Punch Productions, Troy Baker
Here’s our belated review of LocoCycle for 360.
Tags: Editor's Choice, LocoCycle, Microsoft Games Studios, Twisted Pixel
TLOU DLC: Left Behind review
Left Behind, a singleplayer add-on for The Last of Us is going through our verdict machine.
Tags: DLC, Editor's Choice, Left Behind, Naughty Dog, Sony Playstation, The Last of Us
Sonic: Lost World review
Dr. Eggman has captured most of the animals from Sonic’s world. While trying to rescue some of them, Sonic and Tails crash land on a mysterious planet in the sky, a world known as the Lost Hex.
Tags: Editor's Choice, Nintendo, SEGA, Sonic, Sonic Team, Sonic: Lost World
Magrunner: Dark Pulse review
Magrunner: Dark Pulse is essentially Portal with magnets. The first chunk of levels is relatively easy to get through, but that’s just luring you into thinking that this game is gonna be easy to complete. It’s not. Without warning it’ll turn out to be a challenging and mind breaking beast – simply by thinking out of the box. While the basic idea easily can be compared to the Portal games, there’s a lot of things that makes Magrunner different.
Tags: Editor's Choice, Focus Home Interactive, Frogwares, Magrunner: Dark Pulse
Beyond: Two Souls review
Experience yet another one of Quantic Dream’s cinematic games with a story that will stick with you for the rest of your lifetime. While the story might not be as believable as in Heavy Rain because this games describes another dimension going by the name the Infraworld, with entities that intrudes the earth and life […]
Tags: Beyond: Two Souls, Editor's Choice, Ellen Page, Quantic Dream, Sony Playstation, William Dafoe