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Pacific Rim: The Game Review

July 18th, 2013

Lately, gamers on consoles and PCs have been getting slammed with movie or tv-related titles. Pacific Rim is now added to this list. Developed by Yuke’s Co., Ltd., the makers behind the video game version of Real Steel, we are given a brand new Fighting adaption to another popular movie that is just ripe for this transition. Pitting robots against

Pacific Rim

July 17th, 2013

From the makers of the Xbox Live Arcade title Real Steel comes the video game adaptation of the 2013 Summer blockbuster Action flick, Pacific Rim. Play as a Jaeger or Kaiju and plow through various single player and survival missions on a 3D battle field. You can also build, customize, upgrade, and use one of your own creations, then take it into battle! You can also join one of the three on-line teams and build a score to dominate over the others, leveling up your team rank in the process.

Metal Gear Solid 2 HD

July 16th, 2013

Metal Gear Solid 2 is the debut game for Raiden in the series. You can choose if you want to play the prologue which has you playing as Snake, but you can skip this part and head straight into Raiden's story. It is set two years after the first Metal Gear Solid, then two more years when you start Raiden's story. Raiden is a rookie agent under Foxhound in this game and has been given the mission of rescuing the president who has been held hostage in Big Shell.

Grid 2 Review

July 10th, 2013

Grid has been a rather quiet series over the years, but now it’s back with its second helping. The question is, does it hold true to the series, or does it crash and burn while trying to overtake its previous installment? Grid takes you on a series of races all the way up through each season of the WRS. In

Storm

July 10th, 2013

Table of Contents Story (Seasons) Story (Spirit Mode) Misc Progression Story (Seasons) End of a season Finished the spring season In total there are four seasons, which span a total of 49 days. 13 day of Spring and 12 days for each season after. Most levels are fairly straight forward and can be completed with little to no effort. But

Persona 4 Arena

July 9th, 2013

Persona 4 Arena happens 4 years after the events of the original game, Persona 4, this time it takes on a bit of a different genre, it is now a fighter. ALTUS and Arc System Works teamed up, ALTUS obviously owning the Persona series, they mainly focused on story while Arc System Works basically focused on the gameplay, they have made the series, Blazblue and Guilty Gear, while this is no where near as complex as those can get, this is made in mind of those coming from the Persona series who may have little fighting game experience to none at all, while simple, it does get advanced enough to attract the hardcore fighting game community.


Persona 4 Arena doesn't only put up Persona 4 characters against themselves but also has a few of the Persona 3 cast there too.

Spartacus Legends

July 8th, 2013

Continuing with the trend of free-to-play Xbox 360 games, Spartacus Legends, the latest entry to the Spartacus television series from Stars, is a one vs. one combat game. You can build up your fame by playing through the various districts in single player mode, or take your character on-line to take on non-AI opponents. Buy more gladiators for your stable, increase their armor and weaponry, and become the most famous fighter in all the districts.

The Walking Dead: 400 Days Review

July 6th, 2013

The Walking Dead has become one of the most successful modern Adventure titles, spawning a five episode downloadable story arc, as well as a retail game. Now, Telltale Games returns with the latest entry, 400 Days. The awesome folks over there through a review code my way, and after plowing through the incredibly short addition to the ever-growing story line,

The Walking Dead: 400 Days

July 5th, 2013

400 Nights is the next installment of Telltale Game's The Walking Dead adventure series. If you haven't played the previous episodes, there's nothing to worry about, as this game will make all the decisions up to this point for you, and take into consideration what you've done in the first five episodes. This time you can choose to play as one of the various characters intertwined to this story to explore different sides of the zombie outbreak.