Xbox 360 Reviews
It’s fitting that we debut our review of The History Channel’s Legends of War: Patton title on Veterans Day, since… Read More »
Assassin’s Creed III is easily the deepest, finest-looking and history-intensive of all of the Assassin’s Creed titles yet. I started… Read More »
I’m a little late to the party on the write up about the DLC for a good reason: I’m a… Read More »
The entire time I was playing Skylanders: Giants, I kept thinking to myself “I shouldn’t be having this much fun… Read More »
Dishonored (PC, PS3, Xbox 360)October 24, 2012 -
Dishonored is one of those bizarre games: it’s not particularly gorgeous, nor is it incredibly clever. The action is similar… Read More »
007 Legends is a bizarre mix of young and old Bond (with more than a sprinkle of gold Bond!), but… Read More »
There are so many things that Resident Evil 6 is, that it’s easy to lose focus of what it isn’t…. Read More »
Despite all of its hitches and texture pops, Borderlands 2 is a worthy successor to Borderlands. Sure, it shows the age of the system in a BAD way, and multiplayer sessions can be poorly matched, it’s still a riot to play…under the right conditions.
Mark of the Ninja is easily a “MUST BUY” XBLA title. It’s 1200 points ($15), but it plays like a disc-based title twice its price. If you’re a fan of clever puzzle titles like Portal but want just a teensy bit more gore, then MotN is for you.