Terminator Salvation Review

The newest Terminator movie came out closely followed by a game named after it, which was the result of the collaboration between several developers. Despite its short length, it serves as a nice addition to the experience from the movie, and if you own an…

Stargate: Resistance Review

Cheyenne Mountain has a mixed reputation as a game developer studio. They managed to release some profitable titles, while on the other hand their latest instalment in the Stargate video game series (the one before Resistance) was widely regarded as a failure, both commercially and…

Section 8 Review

Section 8 comes out as an odd game right from its title – some of you may already know the meaning behind the term; it’s a reference to a regulation in the US Army related to discharging personnel for mental issues – and this relates…

Saw: The Video Game Review

The Saw movie franchise has spawned numerous movies, most of which have been received very positively by the public and critics alike. Thus, it’s no wonder that the developers eventually decided to create a video game based on the movies, in order to give the…

Resident Evil 5 Review

You can hardly have an excuse for not having heard of the Resident Evil franchise at least once in your life – it’s a hugely popular and successful one, which started out from a series of console games and was later made into a movie…

Prototype Review

Prototype is a very innovative sandbox action game. Spanning over an entire city much like GTA and Mirror’s Edge, it offers a very unique style of play that also proves to be highly addictive. Its intricate single player story adds up to the experience very…

Operation Flashpoint 2: Dragon Rising Review

Operation Flashpoint 2: Dragon Rising, as a sequel to a wildly successful game, had to make a good impression on gamers to redeem the mistakes that were made in its predecessor. And for the most part, the developers have succeeded – even though the game…

MAG Review

First person shooters have been growing in all aspects since the genre first came to be – better graphics, better AI for the enemies, more explosions, etc – but the one thing that has always been slow to progress, has been the limit on player…

Katamari Forever Review

The Katamari series is certainly not for everyone – the game is oriented towards the more casual crowd, players who’re looking for games that don’t focus so much on creating a deep gameplay, while instead offering a more simplified experience that can still provide challenge…

Fat Princess Review

Fat Princess is one of the rare examples of how you can have a good teamplay-based game on the PS3 that doesn’t involve modern guns or soldiers. Even though it didn’t turn out to be such a good seller, it still holds some great qualities…

Eufloria Review

Massive multiplayer games are no longer limited to RPG titles, and it has been like that for a while now – as technology kept improving, developers were given new ways to incorporate massive worlds that can handle hundreds/thousands of players, yet still do this in…

Champions Online Review

Massive multiplayer games are no longer limited to RPG titles, and it has been like that for a while now – as technology kept improving, developers were given new ways to incorporate massive worlds that can handle hundreds/thousands of players, yet still do this in…

Brutal Legend Review

Action-adventure games are a popular genre today, but those designed like Brutal Legend are surely not something you get every day. The game is designed by heavy metal fans, aimed at other lovers of the musical genre, and if that sounds strange to you, you’re…

Beaterator Review

Mobile platforms like the PSP make the perfect ground for experimentation in new genres and gameplay styles. Music mixer games are gaining more and more popularity, and they’re becoming a lot more sophisticated than what we saw in the first products of this genre. Beaterator,…