Developer- and Publisher-specific Articles: 6.5

(Xbox One Review) Ryse: Son of Rome

Ryse: Son of Rome

“… a bombastic action title filled with bloody battles, cinematic encounters, and gravely sounding centurions barking orders about glory and empire, but it’s also very repetitive.”

[Continue]

Xbox One Reviews

(Xbox 360 Review) Lost Planet 3

(Xbox 360 Review) Lost Planet 3

“… a bog-standard cover-based third-person shooter that has everything it needs to go in any number of truly interesting directions, but instead chooses to go nowhere near any of them.”

[Continue]

Xbox 360 Reviews

(PC Review) Divinity: Dragon Commander

(PC Review) Divinity: Dragon Commander

“… many wonderful ideas that are too frequently unevenly executed.”

[Continue]

PC Reviews

(Xbox 360 Review) Deadpool

(Xbox 360 Review) Deadpool

“… makes for a phenomenal experience but a middling game.”

[Continue]

Xbox 360 Reviews

(PC Review) Zeno Clash II

(PC Review) Zeno Clash II

“… a diamond in the rough …”

[Continue]

PC Reviews

(PC Review) Evoland

(PC Review) Evoland

“Playing Evoland is like being escorted around a museum by a hyperactive child …”

[Continue]

PC Reviews

(Nintendo 3DS Review) Castlevania: Lords of Shadow – Mirror of Fate

(Nintendo 3DS Review) Castlevania: Lords of Shadow – Mirror of Fate

” … a decent if forgettable action-platformer that happens to be a part of one of the longest-running, most-revered franchises in gaming.”

[Continue]

3DS Reviews

(PC Review) Baldur’s Gate: Enhanced Edition

(PC Review) Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition

“In attempting to create a version of Baldur’s Gate playable on all modern systems with a minimum of fuss, Overhaul Games has unfortunately succeeded only in half-measures.”

[Continue]

PC Reviews

(PlayStation Portable Review) Growlanser: Wayfarer of Time

(PlayStation Portable Review) Growlanser: Wayfarer of Time

“… has a lot going for it and can be an incredibly engaging title, but its nearly decade-old design is showing its age.”

[Continue]

PlayStation Portable Reviews

(PlayStation Portable Review) Gungnir

(PlayStation Portable Review) Gungnir

“There’s plenty to like, but it’s not always easy to like it.”

[Continue]

PlayStation Portable Reviews