Reviews

  • Syberia Review – Revisiting a Hidden Gem (PS3)

    … Did you grow up playing adventure games like Myst? Or, do you remember an age where characters would move screen-to-screen as 3D objects over static, painted backgrounds (think Final Fantasy VII for that bit)? Are you okay with playing a game like that in 2014? Better yet, are you cool with paying $14.99 to get a game like this on a previous…

    PlayStation LifeStylein Reviews- 1 readers -
  • Shiny the Firefly - review

    …A portion of a 4cr review... Shiny The Firefly is a fun game that will keep players busy for a few hours. The easy to understand gameplay mechanics, colorful graphics and cheerful music will make this an easy sell for younger gamers, and the extra challenge from collecting all stars in every level for a perfect run will test the skills of more…

    GoNintendoin Reviews- 2 readers -


  • Giana Sisters Director’s Cut Review

    … Coming from controversial past and through the last generation, the Giana Sisters finally break into the newest consoles with Twisted Dreams: Directors Cut. Once the franchise was known only as clone of Super Mario, and although its reimagining, first out on PC in 2012, still takes inspiration from plumber king of platformer’s, the Giana Sisters…

    Rosh Kelly/ Worlds Factoryin Reviews- 2 readers -
  • Open Mike Night: Ms Marvel #10/Suicide Squad (1987) #1

    … of jarring, but worked real well with the story Wilson was telling here. I actually was surprised at some of the odd social commentary here. I was not quite sure if it was satire or not. Weaver: I’m thinking not satire. It feels like they’re aiming this book towards the teenage market with a relatable hero who gives a lot of self-affirming talk about…

    Michael Maillaro/ Inside Pulse- 2 readers -
  • Never Alone – Review

    … When first presented with one of Telltale’s episodic adventures we compared the £3.99 asking price to that of a cinema ticket, due to the price: length ratio. A similar comparison can be made with this snow covered side-scroller, albeit with the price of a new DVD – it too costs just over £10 and provides around 2-3 hours of entertainment…

    Matt Gander/ Games Asylumin Reviews- 3 readers -
  • Blob Climber Review for iPAD

    … This is the review for the iPad version of vertical climber, Blob Climber by developer Good Goblin Games, a one-man studio founded by Bruce Fournier and based in Phoenix, Arizona. Blob Climber has players help Blob ascend through a tricked-out volcano lab in order to escape a gang of evil scientists. Graphics Blob Climber’s graphics…

    Galit Gordon/ Gaming Cypherin Reviews- 2 readers -
  • Blu-ray Review: Nightbreed, The Director’s Cut

    …. While he certainly does this better in his books, he succeeds pretty well in his films as well. Nightbreed isn’t going to be a film for everyone, but those willing to go on Barker’s journey with him should have a good time. The film is presented in 1.78:1 widescreen and Dolby Digital 5.1 surround sound. I’m not sure what the film looked like before…

    Mike Noyes/ Inside Pulsein Reviews- 2 readers -
  • Review Bites: Mini Reviews Ahoy!

    … Details Published on Thursday, 18 December 2014 15:08 Written by Justin Nation In this inaugural edition of my new Review Bites feature we'll set the ground rules and get rolling with a load of mini reviews (complete with gameplay videos) to share some love, some hate, and some "Meh!" Well, and likely complaining some about "freemium" games…

    DroidGamersin Reviews- 2 readers -
  • Anime Review: Akame ga Kill!

    … Akame ga Kill has graced us with its presence over the past six months and what seemed to be a decent adaptation at best, completely spiraled out of control at the end because the studio went with an anime-only wrap up to the series, leaving a bad taste in everyone’s mouth. However, Akame ga Kill did NOT leave a bad taste in mine. I am probably…

    The Outerhavenin Reviews- 2 readers -


  • Review: After Burner Climax

    … I apologize if this review seems a bit rushed... that's because it is. You see, there is reason to believe that After Burner Climax may be removed forever from the storefronts of Xbox Live, PSN and the App Store on December 24, 2014, meaning that gamers have less than two weeks to snag the game before this review would officially become a "Retro…

    The Requiem/ SEGA Nerdsin Reviews- 1 readers -
  • Early Impressions: Lords Of Xulima

    … and the like. It’s a bewildering jumble of lore thrown at you in the brief opening, to which I’ve struggled to pay much heed. Rather, I’m interested in pottering about the small opening village, and finishing quests in the surrounding area. Which is no mean feat, given how unforgiving it can be. Combat is turn-based, a little card-game influenced, but mostly…

    John Walker/ Rock, Paper, Shotgun- 2 readers -
  • Patema Inverted Review

    … Patema Inverted is the award winning Anime movie from 2013, now released on DVD and Blu-Ray Disc here in Australia thanks to Hanabee. The story is about a version of Earth where gravity has stopped working correctly, leaving two groups of humans essentially conflicting with each other. It’s established at the start of Patema Inverted that there…

    Gaming Admiral/ Attack On Gamingin Reviews- 2 readers -
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