I know we said on the TYG podcast that we were not going to review this game because MMO’s are expensive and unjustifiable time commitments. Yes we may be more than a little hypocritical but whatever its the Internet. Needless to say we (mainly G) have decided to review The Secret World in a three-part video series that will show my opinions over time, instead of playing for one day and then giving you a lump score at the end. Kinda like IGN doing a second opinion video on Diablo 3 with guys that had not reached the end-game. More after the jump.
Category Archive: Game Reviews
Jul 12 2012
Jul 11 2012
The Walking Dead both television show and Comic Book has developed quite a following of fans. Telltale Games has released the second episode of five episodes in their first season of The Walking Dead video game. The game does not have any connection to the comic book storyline or television series as far as we know; though the story may have run-ins with characters from both, which to stress again, does not necessarily follow either plot line. The game chooses instead to be a fresh new adventure set within the world of The Walking Dead.
Apr 29 2012
As most of you know, this is a re-wrapping of an amazing, if the best fighting game on the Sega Dreamcast. While that does not say much, it does attest to the fact that many people including myself bought this game for the PS2/Xbox Generation, and again on the current platforms. Now you can play it on a nice portable device that most people carry around with them on a daily basis, but the question is …”is it worth my $2.99″ (or $4.99 after the sales ends)?
Apr 24 2012
Apr 17 2012
I can’t even believe I’m writing this review. Xenoblade is one of the newest entries into the J-RPG genre and it is only available on the Wii. Xenoblade has a lot of familiar J-RPG tropes but manages to do enough new stuff to define itself as one of the best games in this lagging genre and easily one of the few reasons to keep your Wii from the landfill. More after the jump!
Apr 12 2012
Apr 10 2012
Apr 04 2012
When one thinks of South Park video games it’s hard to not be pessimistic. The series has the stigma of being attached to some of the worst licensed games made back in the 32/64 bit era. Does Tenorman’s Revenge break the stigma of licensed South Park games or is it just another ride on the Poo Choo train?
Mar 26 2012
Mar 14 2012
Journey is an unique experience, that can definitely be said. Is it worth your $15, well that depends on you. In this short review I am going to try and help you come to that decision on your own. Why? well because I strongly believe you could either really love this game despite one small short coming, or really hate it.
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