Undead Nightmare
Gaming, Reviews

Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare Review

Undead Nightmare really is something special. Priced at $10, or 800 Microsoft Points, on PSN and Xbox LIVE, it's the kind of DLC that even the most anti-DLC person can get behind. It features additional multiplayer modes, but even more importantly a stand-alone single player campaign that will last you roughly six to eight hours… Continue reading Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare Review

LA Noire
Gaming, Reviews

L.A. Noire Review

This review may contain spoilers. This is going to be a hard review to write, especially with trying not to include spoilers (the warning is there for a reason though). If you read my quick thoughts on the game after spending a few hours with it Tuesday, then you know what I initially thought of… Continue reading L.A. Noire Review

Enslaved
Gaming, Reviews

Enslaved – Odyssey To The West Review

Enslaved is a rarity in this day and age. It's a new IP, it completely leaves out any form of multiplayer, and it's strictly a linear experience. This all results in one of the best single player games out there thanks to a masterfully crafted story, beautiful cinematics and atmosphere, some really exciting sequences of… Continue reading Enslaved – Odyssey To The West Review

Red Dead Redemption
Gaming, Reviews

Red Dead Redemption Review

If a film buff asked me to describe The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly in one word, that word would be “Epic.” And if you want one word from me that describes Red Dead Redemption, well then it would also be “Epic.” Everything about Red Dead Redemption is as close to perfect as one… Continue reading Red Dead Redemption Review

Just Cause 2
Gaming, Reviews

Just Cause 2 Review

Just Cause 2 might be the only game I ever recommend ignoring the story of to just play and have fun. The reason the story should be avoided is because it isn't very good. The writing is bad, the voice-overs are bad, hell even the cut scenes are laughable. Everything that would usually draw you… Continue reading Just Cause 2 Review