360 Reviews

Dark Souls 2: Crown of the Sunken King Review

by 2 months ago

“Legend has it that in the deepest reaches of the Black Gulch, behind a door locked from the inside, is a magnificent city built for a great sleeping dragon.” This …

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The Wolf Among Us brings emotion, little else — The Wolf Among Us review

by 2 months ago

Telltale knocked it out of the park with their 2012 Walking Dead release. It flipped the point-and-click genre onto its head and made even the most monotonous tasks feel like …

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Star Wars Pinball: Heroes Within Review

by 5 months ago

As a huge Star Wars fan, I was looking for a way to pre-game for May the 4th this year, and could think of no better way to do so …

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A slice as good as the pie – Titanfall 360 Review

by 5 months ago

“Titanfall for 360? That’s gotta be a mistake…” was my first reaction when I heard about this release. I mean, Titanfall is one of the primary (some would even consider …

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Symphony of the Dark Knight – Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate Deluxe Edition review

by 6 months ago

My history with Batman: Arkham Origins is… rocky, at best. I loved the first two games in the Arkham series, but I found Origins to be a broken, unnecessary mess. …

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Preposterous Pest Control – Earth Defense Force 2025 Review

by 6 months ago

For those who are new to the Earth Defense Force series, the first thing you should know is that they’re all terrible games—I mean really, really bad. The premise is …

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Halo Smash TV — Halo Spartan Assault Xbox 360 Review

by 7 months ago

When Bungie first envisioned Halo, they started building a real-time strategy. Since they had created the popular Myth series and the RTS genre was popular at the time, their decision …

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“Game of Throwns” – Warlords Review

by 7 months ago

If you wanted to play a four-player video game in the eighties, you didn’t have a whole lot of choices. There were only a handful of games that would keep …

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Even a Senzu Bean can’t revive this fallen warrior — Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z review

by 7 months ago

I remember when I first loaded Dragon Ball Z Budokai 3 into my PS2. While I had been skeptical from previous games, someone who I trusted really enjoyed it so …

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Fable Anniversary – chicken kickin’ with the game that started it all

by 8 months ago

Fable was the title that would let you plant a seed and have it grow into a tree. You’d then grow with that tree, watching it mature as your character …

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Assassin’s Creed Liberation HD Review

by 8 months ago

Let's face it: Assassin's Creed Liberation's debut on the Playstation Vita was a big step backwards for the series. The game's less-than-amazing game design combined with the fact that it …

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Rock your guitar chops — Bandfuse: Rock Legends

by 9 months ago

Put away your plastic toy guitars. After Rocksmith showed us that it could be done two years ago, rhythm games with real instruments are all the rage. The newest on …

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