Transformers Fall of Cybertron Review


When it comes to videogames the sequels are usually better than the original. Even though I think Mass Effect is the best game of the trilogy, the critical acclaim rests Mass Effect 2. When it comes to the Transformers series by High Moon Studios, Transformers Fall of Cybertron is the game you want to play. That’s not to say that Transformers War for Cybertron was a bad game, on the contrary it was quite good. However, Transformers Fall of Cybertron is just that much better. So what makes this game the definitive Transformers experience? Let’s find out. Continue reading Transformers Fall of Cybertron Review

Asura’s Wrath Review

Asura's title card

Asura’s Wrath is the prototype for The Walking Dead. I’d think to think that Telltale Games spent many hours pouring over the mistakes of Asura’s Wrath to create the perfect episodic game experience. Everything that The Walking Dead gets right, Asura’s Wrath gets wrong. Which would make the game unworthy of a recommendation, yet it is so polarizing that you have to play it. Like Asura himself, the game will push past its own limits and take you on a journey so over the top that it will force you to like it. There are times where I want to hate Asura’s Wrath, where the faults of the game would usually keep me from finishing it. But I had to see what’s next, I had to see how far this game would go. And took me to the only logical destination–God…or something above it. Or on the same level, hell I still don’t know. Continue reading Asura’s Wrath Review

Transformers War for Cybertron Hands On


Transformers War for Cybertron received some high marks back in 2010. High Moon Studios created ‘THE’ Transformers game. In War for Cybertron transforming isn’t just a niche feature, but a crucial element of the game. Priced at $19.99 on Xbox Live, I decided to give this game a go and see if it meets the standards of a ‘core/hardcore’ Transformers fan. Continue reading Transformers War for Cybertron Hands On

Guacamelee! Review


I’ve caught the indie bug.  After completing Limbo I had to play another game from PSN‘s indie library.  I decided to play Guacamelee!,  a 2D action-platformer in with game design similar to Super Metroid and Castlevania.  Will keep the trend of high-quality gaming set forth by Limbo? Continue reading Guacamelee! Review