When I look at Ninja Gaiden over the last few years, I can’t help but think about how the mighty have fallen. When Ninja Gaiden 3 was released at the end of last year, it met with rather scathing reviews, […]
To summarize in one paragraph: playing Magic on a video game console against the computer is akin to playing against the biggest jerk you associate with.
There are times when I become horribly confused as to what the majority of critics are thinking. This is one of those times.
Microsoft announced “Halo 4″ at their press conference June 6 at E3, nearly nine months after “Halo: Reach” launched on the 360. The minute-and-a-half trailer left more questions than answers themselves. Among those questions one in particular begs to be […]
Amid all the new systems, games, bundles and other shenanigans throughout E3, one common theme can be discerned amid the mix of disconcerting euphoria: Gaming should be enjoyed by all, not just some. Is this the trend we can expect […]
In a dim lit back alley Garcia Hotspur holds his demon foe in place with a boot against his head, pointing a gun in his face, venting with vitriol about his disdain for the demon race. Hotspur’s foe responds the […]
As an interactive movie and a testament to the story telling power of video games, L.A. Noire excels. As a game itself…well, there the topic becomes a bit less black and white.
This week’s episode ended the season on a sour note, with an unbelievable and boring plot and characters that acted way out of character.
This week’s episode didn’t have a lot of laughs, but its interesting plot made up for it, adding a bit of mystery to the well known Simpsons formula.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like if Homer became a hairdresser? If so, this episode was made for you. If not, then “Homer Scissorhands” probably doesn’t have enough to keep you interested.