Posts Tagged ‘review’
The Magician’s Handbook is an enjoyable hidden object adventure that offers hours of play at a low price. It has an interesting storyline that takes a second place to the gameplay - just as it should be. The hidden objects jumb...
As an educational tool, Bridge Constructor is fantastic, but as a game it really lacks design, polish, and personality.
Tell is worth seeing if this type of genre tickles your fancy, but don't go in expecting cinematic greatness.
Overall Dredd 3D is a raw and solid action film that doesn't ask you to completely dis-engage your brain because it's so relentlessly dumb and stupid that it's the only way you'll actually be able to enjoy it. It serves up a ra...
Ted is very much in line with Seth McFarlane's usual work and this isn't necessarily a bad thing. Although some of the more outlandish jokes don't quite translate very well when delivered by actors in the real world, Ted offers...
This is Namco Bandai rewarding you for years of loyal support by giving you a massive fan service title that looks and plays like a dream. If you’re a fan of the series, or ever were one, then this title is for you. Tekken Ta...
A handful of graphical and technical glitches can’t hold back the fact that this game is pure four-wheeled joy. For fans that have become despondent or walked away from the series –THIS is your call to arms.
Atelier Meruru: The Apprentice of Arland is an engaging game that gives players a great story, rpg style grinding, and time management all rolled into a cute little package. I really enjoyed this game, and the act of searching ...
Jeremy McGrath’s OffRoad is an okay racing game that tries to offer a realistic racing career but falls a bit short. The realistic race tracks and low-key upgrade system just don’t make up for the repetition and lack of competi...
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