Painkiller: Hell & Damnation come from a long, long lone of budget minded PC titles. People Can Fly birthed the original Painkiller title back in 2004 on the PC in a homage to the golden-age of first person shooters. Drawin...
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Labyrinth Legends is a really fun game at a great price. With loads of hidden areas, elusive stars, and weapon powerups, this is a game completionists will adore. And for the rest of us, the challenging gameplay and endearing g...
Sony took a large gamble with Playstation All-Stars Battle Royale. Like I said in the start, they didn’t have the same roster of loveable characters as Nintendo have to pick from with Smash Brothers. They managed to create a...
Ratchet & Clank Q Force (aka Full Frontal Assault in the US) puts series developer Insomniac in somewhat of an awkward position. On one hand their Ratchet and Clank series is beloved by their fans and revered in the platfor...
If you are looking for a shooting gallery game to finally pick up the torch from Duck Hunt, then Wicked Monsters BLAST! probably isn't the place to start looking. In fact, I would say it's probably closer to Punch the Monkey th...
Jetpack Joyride is a highly addicting game that has that coveted “just one more level” feel that has you playing for an hour when it was supposed to be five minutes. The environment is colorful and challenging, with all kinds o...
La Pucelle: Tactics brings with it a fair amount of good and bad with it. It has a great story and plenty of play, but can feel dated and slow moving. It may not hold the attention to those who aren't fans of tactical RPG games.
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