Category Archives: Xbox 360

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Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor [Review]

Oct
1
2014

J.R.R. Tolkien's legacy is a rich world that has inspired most of the high fantasy genre as we know it today. His books are even been given justice with The Lord of the Rings trilogy, and perhaps The Hobbit trilogy as well (if you like them). It hasn't fared that ...

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Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution [Review]

Sep
23
2014

Masashi Kishimoto's popular manga and anime franchise has been around for 15 years now and has been a part of childhoods of millennial anime fans, just like how Dragon Ball Z was during the 90's. Games for it has been made since 2003, so it has been well over ...

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Dark Souls II: Crown of the Sunken King [Review]

Sep
18
2014

Much can be said of Dark Souls II, especially when it comes to its hardcore community that is composed of people who are adamant about everything proper and "decent" with the Souls series, from the challenge to the little details that has made the games rather popular. With this expansion ...

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Risen 3: Titan Lords [Review]

Aug
23
2014

Games, like with other forms of media, give their audiences subjective experiences that are then formalized and described as objectively as humanly possible. There are those that get praised by the majority, while a lot of others languish far in the background or even deep in the bin. But there ...

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Sacred 3 [Review]

Aug
11
2014

A successful game series is defined by several things, one of which is a steady improvement on a particular formula that was started with the first game and refined in the succeeding ones. It stands to reason that sequels show the evolution from their predecessors in both gameplay and aesthetics ...

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Abyss Odyssey [Review]

Jul
22
2014

Amidst the multitude of platformers that have been populating the market these days, most of them seem to be more of the puzzle category, while there's a handful of actions platformers, and only a percentage of them are more of the beat-em-up style rather than shoot-em-up. Most of those that ...

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Sniper Elite III – Tips for Becoming a Sniper Elite [Guide]

Jul
21
2014

The predecessor Sniper Elite V2 had given wider audiences this brand of sniper gameplay that was first introduced in the first Sniper Elite, but it has now changed even more in Sniper Elite III for the sake of realism and fixing broken mechanics. It's a bit harder now as environments ...

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Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark [Review]

Jul
5
2014

Whenever there's a movie tie-in game that comes out, some groan while some go "huh?" when you ask them about it. However, whether longtime fans like it or not, the Transformers films is now at its fourth in the series and still selling tickets. It's also par for course that ...

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GRID Autosport [Review]

Jul
1
2014

The GRID series has been the refuge of racing game fans who don't want to touch a Need for Speed title and don't have a console to play either Gran Turismo or Forza with. With that said, Codemasters seems to have grown accustomed to releasing racing games on a regular ...

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Sniper Elite III [Review]

Jun
30
2014

There are some games where you get to fulfill your Nazi-killing sharpshooting fantasies with your trusty sniper rifle, kind of like in the movie Enemy at the Gates. For those who don't think that sniping is the way of cowards and spineless wimps, as well as those who are more ...

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Valiant Hearts: The Great War [Review]

Jun
28
2014

It seems that there has been so many games about WWII, but not enough about WWI due to many factors. For one thing, the second one seems to be the more well-known one as it truly was a world war that encompassed most parts of the globe, while the first ...

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Enemy Front [Review]

Jun
20
2014

The era of World War II shooters that went along the same time as the era of relatively obscure Vietnam War shooters and preceded the era of modern warfare shooters saw the recyclings and reinterpretations of the same theme in games, much like what we experience today. It was never ...

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Super Time Force [Review]

Jun
10
2014

There have been more action platformers (or arcade shooters, whichever you prefer) being developed and released these days courtesy of indie developers, such as Rain Blood Chronicles: Mirage, Broforce, and so on. But when you come across something like Super Time Force, it brings something fresh and different to the ...

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Max: The Curse of Brotherhood [Review]

Jun
8
2014

Puzzle platformers aren't really for everyone as some don't like either puzzle games or platformers, so combining the two genres make for rather head-scratching gameplay for them. But for those who do like both, then this sub-genre seems to be a treasure trove full of wonderful titles like Escape Goat, ...

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Bound by Flame [Review]

Jun
7
2014

Coming up with a new original role-playing game of any sort is a slow and laborious process for the most part as it requires a lot of parts to be put together. From the story itself to the characters and the gameplay system, as well as the items, enemies, and ...

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