Castlevania is one of those long standing series since the NES days. What really caught my attention was that it was an exploring type of game that is in 2D similar to the original game. Will this game be an exciting challenge against Dracula, or will it make you want to whip it across the room? Read on to find out!
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Puddle… again? Well you probably read Jeremy’s review of the game, how about a second opinion? Does it mean that this review will leave it as a small puddle of liquid, or is it really something much larger like a lake? Let’s take a second look!
Just by seeing the title, I was unsure of how this game would be. I was thinking that it’s just another “bloody” vampire game following the recent films starring vampires. What I did not expect was a very fun platforming, adventure game. Is this simply another ‘bloody’ vampire game, or will it suck you in?
Are you ready to be overloaded with more games than you know how to play? Wish you could play those card games without your friends? What about the option to play with your friends, and not having to dust off that old deck of playing cards?
Found this gem on YouTube. Give it a watch and catch all the various Mario game references along with Ghostbuster references.
Word on the internet street states that Rayman Legends is no longer exclusive to the Wii U, and also it has been delayed yet again until September for a universal launch on all platforms (includes 360 and PS3). Obviously it hurts, but I really don’t see the logic behind delaying the Wii U version as it has to be close […]
Fire Emblem is one of those series that is not as popular as other Nintendo franchises. This is a turn-base strategy RPG game which allows players to plan their strategy against an army of ‘bad guys’ to put it easily. Will this game have a bright future, or will it fail to keep you awake? Read on for our review!
So, that fancy new system of yours has been out for a few months now. How does it stack up with how you perceived it before you made the purchase? What about all those new features it has? Are the games worth their asking price? What is this Miiverse and how does it work? Well, here is my review of […]
Epic Mickey 2: Power of Two is a follow up to the original for Wii, only this time it was released on the 360, PS3 and Wii U in addition to the Wii. The original was controversial due to the camera, and it is safe to say that this issue has been corrected. Will this game live up to the first one? Is it still as epic as the title suggests? Find out and continue on for the review!
Do you just love throwing people? Have you ever dreamt of throwing someone at someone else? Well dream no further Tokyo Crash Mobs is here to scratch your throwing itch. Will this be a quality throw-in-the-basket type of title, or will you wish you could throw it away? Read on!
Pandora’s Tower is coming to the States in Spring of 2013 for Wii!
Spin Cycle will have you either spinning your 3DS or your head trying to wash out the solution to these mind-soaking puzzles. Will you be able to help Eddy splash around the Goop monsters and save the Rainbow Spirits? Or will you dry up or freeze under the pressure?
This just in, new details regarding Fire Emblem: Awakening, which launches on Feb 4th within the USA/Canada!
Do you like cake? How about Christmas? Will this game be as good as delicious piece of cake? Or has this piece fallen on the floor? Read this review and find out!
Probably regarded as the most successful series in video games, we have the newest edition of the game; Black Ops 2. Believe-it-or-not, this is actually my FIRST entry into the series. So in this review I cannot compare it to the series as a whole, but as an individual game. How does this game stack up? Continue reading to find out!