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Review

Review: The Last of Us

The Last of Us is one of those games I’m of two minds on.

On the one hand, the story and characters are absolutely phenomenal.  I just can’t say enough good about that aspect of the game, and it’s… Continue reading

Review: FEZ

My wife has graciously written me a review of her latest video game addiction, FEZ.  Enjoy!

Oh my gosh, FEZ!

Oh my gosh, FEZ, you guys!

There is nothing to NOT like about this indie game!  If you… Continue reading

Review: Injustice: Gods Among Us

There are, generally speaking, two types of people who play fighting games: serious players and casual players.  Serious players learn the combos, master the more technical aspects such as counters, and generally just play to master the game with… Continue reading

Review: Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate

Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate hates me.  I’m not offended tho, if you play the game it will hate you too.  That’s just the way it is.  You see, Monster Hunter is a series that doesn’t really much… Continue reading

Review: Bioshock Infinite

I saw the credits roll on Bioshock Infinite just before midnight on April 3.  As I write this that was almost a week ago, and I still haven’t been able to stop thinking about it.  I can tell… Continue reading

Review: Tomb Raider

I almost didn’t buy this game.  Honestly, I’ve never been a Tomb Raider fan – never cared for the early games, and although a few of the more recent games were ok they never held my interest through to… Continue reading

Review: Sly Cooper: Thieves In Time

Snake.  Fisher.  Auditore.  Cooper.  These names are all synonymous with stealth, tho one of them has been absent from the gaming world for far too long – Sly Cooper.  Sure, we got a… Continue reading

Review: Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance

It’s fun to imagine interesting developer cross-overs in the video game world. Even better is when we get to see the results of those cross-overs first hand. Sega made an F-Zero game for the Gamecube, and it was excellent. Square-Enix… Continue reading

Review: Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch

Around the first part of 1999, a good friend of mine invented the cell shading graphical style.  Now don’t go fact checking me on Wikipedia, it’s not there.  You’re just going to have to trust me.  See,… Continue reading

Review: The World Of Goo

I’ve been a bit under-the-weather this week, so I’ve enlisted the lovely Mrs. Argyle to write this week’s post – enjoy!  -argyle

I don’t want to sound like an advertisement for this game, so let me just say straight-up… Continue reading