Category: Written Reviews
Tweet Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance will be on store shelves starting February 22nd, and the first set of reviews for the game have made it onto gaming’s web. Hint: It’s a high-scorer.
Tweet The first Crysis 3 review is in, and apart from hailing the game as the best looking title on consoles, it also wins in almost every other area, bar its length, which lasts for just about 5hrs, including side… Read More »
Tweet PS3 gamers will be able to purchase Black Ops 2 Revolution DLC on February 28th, Activision has announced via the US PS Blog.
Tweet That’s three times as many of the original Xbox.
Tweet Such crap. Rumor surfacing now from an ex-Gearbox developer, claims Gearbox did not develop Aliens: Colonial Marines, bar the multiplayer portion of the game. And it’s garbage, apparently, with only the multiplayer portion being worth a go. Reviews inside.
Tweet Game’s apparently full of fail.
Tweet They’re quenchable below. The game gets out February 19th on PS3, Xbox 360 and PC.
Tweet In its Q3 earnings call last night, Ubisoft revealed that Far Cry 3 had shipped 4.5 million units, and confirmed that fans wouldn’t have to wait another 4 years for the next installment, although the publisher made no attempts… Read More »
Tweet Ubisoft’s plan was to release the game as a Wii U launch title, but the publisher has now pushed back its release to September, 2013. Also, it’ll no longer be exclusive to the aforementioned platform, but will also hit… Read More »
Tweet Tomb Raider has gone gold, folks. Meaning the game will surely hit store shelves come March 5th.
Tweet New PC title from former People Can Fly developers, titled The Vanishing of Ethan Carter, has been revealed. Trailer and details are quenchable below the break.
Tweet New downloadable game from Focus Home Interactive and Mighty Rocket Studio unveiled. Details, screenshots and trailer can be quenched below the break.
Tweet Ubisoft makes known the release dates of Assassin’s Creed III: Tyranny Of King Washington downloadable content for each platform, along with other notable information. The full quencher’s below the break, including a new trailer.
Tweet When Microsoft initially entered the console business, it was “to stop Sony”, a former Microsoft executive has made known, adding that, even to this day, Xbox is “not a big money-making machine for Microsoft”.