Posts Tagged ‘game review’

Game Review[First Impressions] – Super Smash Bros. (3DS)

If you had told me approximately ten years ago that I’d be getting hyped as hell for the newest Super Smash Bros games coming out, needless to say I’d have a bunch of questions to ask…chief among them being, “Super Smash Bros.? That looks so stupid!”

Game Review—Nintendo 3DS StreetPass Four-Pack

Publisher Nintendo System Nintendo 3DS Genre Various Release Date June 2013 Rating n/a I’m more than willing to admit that the 3DS’ StreetPass function seems more of a novelty at times, but only because it seems generally underutilized. Sure, being able to invisibly and automatically pass information about games you play is nifty, but that’s […]

Project × Zone

Publisher Banpresto / Namco-Bandai Games America System Nintendo 3DS Genre Turn-based Strategy Release Date June 25th 2013 Rating T   In 2005, Namco cooked up an idea for a turn-based strategy game that involved all the myriad licenses/universes the company owned. But during production, they realized that what they had didn’t meet their specifications, so […]

Poker Night 2 (Still a Better Casino Experience than Delaware Park)

Publisher: Telltale Games System: XBox 360, PS3 and PC Genre: Casino Release Date: April 24th, 2013 Rating: M Review by Ari Rockefeller Casino games translated into video game form are a tricky venture. There are only so many ways to make the same array of casino games interesting, and unless you make them especially appealing […]

Lollipop Chainsaw

                When you think of your typical zombie apocalypse scenario, you generally tend to think of the world going to hell, the main protagonists fighting just to keep themselves sane and/or as long as they can before they’re overrun by zombies, and whatever few survivors having the thousand-mile stares of shell-shocked veterans of war. Well, […]

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