360 Reviews

“We’re up all night to get lucky” – Just Dance 2014 Review

by 1 year ago

I’ve competed at an International level with my martial arts and won. I move with grace and precision when I fight and during forms. Absolutely none of that translates to …

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Swappable unstoppable? Skylanders SWAP Force review

by 1 year ago

Skylanders SWAP Force for Xbox 360 is my first foray into the well established world of Skylanders - the third in a series published by Activision and developed by Vicarious Visions. …

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The boys are back, and they’re looking for glory – NHL 14 Review

by 1 year ago

The coolest game on Earth is back for the EA’s newest NHL release, and it packs a punch. Harder hits, dramatic saves, and a more realistic overall game experience comprise …

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Lost in the Snow – Lost Planet 3 review

by 1 year ago

Say what you want about the Lost Planet series (no, really--go ahead), but it certainly has a way with making every iteration completely different than the rest of the series. …

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Best game of this generation? We review Grand Theft Auto V

by 1 year ago

There are certain reviews that are more difficult to write than others. Sometimes it’s just hard to quantify what is or is not good about a game due to the …

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Super Turtles, or Turtle soup? – Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows review

by 1 year ago

Nickelodeon purchased most of the publishing rights to the Teenage Mutant Turtles from Mirage back in 2009, and though the TV show was rebooted a while back the newest video …

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The Dark Lord of the Couch – Diablo III review

by 1 year ago

Blizzard has always been a PC-centric company, but with the release of Diablo III in May of last year, the control scheme hinted at something interesting - a potential console …

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A confusing case — The Bureau: XCOM Declassified review

by 1 year ago

The Bureau: XCOM Declassified was met with severe scrutiny upon its announcement way back in 2010. Since then, The Bureau has changed significantly, including a switch from being a first-person …

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The next Chaos Theory? We review Splinter Cell: Blacklist

by 1 year ago

The Splinter Cell series has had a pretty fantastic run so far, with nearly every game scoring mid-80s or much higher. That said, Splinter Cell: Conviction received a little more …

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More of the good – Dishonored: The Brigmore Witches DLC review

by 1 year ago

Dishonored: The Brigmore Witches is the second part of the story that began with The Knife of Dunwall, as players return to the dark utopia that they know and love, …

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A small world after all — Disney Infinity review

by 1 year ago

As a parent, a gamer, a Disney fan, and a collector, Disney Infinity is basically my wallet's worst nightmare. The idea of taking the entire wealth of iconic Disney characters …

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Bless me bagpipes! – DuckTales: Remastered review

by 1 year ago

Dust off your Junior Woodchucks Guidebook. There’s another retro revival in town, courtesy of WayForward Technologies. The beloved Capcom 1989 NES platformer DuckTales makes a resurgence in the form of …

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