Daily Archives: May 4, 2012

The Sims 3 Collector’s Edition

The originalThe Sims game became something of a phenomenon that was able to pull indevoted PC gamers as well as hundreds of PC users who never thought they wouldplay anything besides their pre-installed Window’s Solitaire. If your Sim is well liked by many Sims then your Sim can even become leader ofthe free world. Visuallyspeaking, The Sims 3 looks a tad better than The Sims 2 and thisis even more evident if your PC or Mac has a good video card. TheCollector’s Edition of The Sims 3 is the perfe

By | 2012-05-04T13:23:44+00:00 May 4th, 2012|companies, Uncategorized|0 Comments

TRANSFORMERS Animated: The Game

Still, I suspect I would be complaining ifthey had made the game the same side scroller all the way through, I mean youdon’t play a game with Transformers in it and not transform, right? The amplepolygon count and semi-cell-shading gives the game the appropriate look of akids cartoon. Review Scoring Details for TransformersAnimated: The GameGameplay: 6.7A slight misstep here and there,but otherwise a tightly worked game. Graphics: 7.2A pseudo cel-shaded game thatkeeps it looking good for all the

By | 2012-05-04T13:23:31+00:00 May 4th, 2012|companies, Uncategorized|0 Comments

PQ2: Practical Intelligence Quotient

No matterwhat practical intelligence is, I never thought it would have anything to dowith solving puzzles in a video game, not even after playing a game calledPractical Intelligence Quotient. That changed with the PQ2, a sequel thatreplaces the insanity of the original with practical and intelligent puzzlesthat might just be worthy of judging your intelligence. The puzzles created for this game are more interesting than anycharacter-based puzzle game before it. PSP ownerswith a passion for uniqu

By | 2012-05-04T13:22:55+00:00 May 4th, 2012|companies, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Dance Dance Revolution ULTRAMIX4

To be honest, I was scared thatKonami was in the process of milking the cow dry with the Dance Dance Revolutionseries. Even though I had my fears, I amhappy to say that Dance Dance Revolution Ultramix 4 provides the energizingbeats to get up and dance. What’s good to know is that the Xbox 360 will be receiving its ownDDR game in the form of Dance Dance Revolution Universe in the forthcomingmonths. Review Scoring Details for Dance Dance RevolutionULTRAMIX4Gameplay: 8.5If you have played the game

By | 2012-05-04T13:22:45+00:00 May 4th, 2012|companies, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Call of Duty 2: Big Red One

Call of Duty 2: The Big Red One is strictly on this generationof consoles and is entirely separate from the PC/Xbox 360 series. Call of Duty 2: The Big Red One focuses on the infantry division called ofcourse, “The Big Red One.” The Big Red One nickname is for the U.S. FirstInfantry Division, which in fact is the oldest division serving the U.S. Army. All of them have been brought together to deliver the fantastic voice actingthat is present within the Big Red One. The taste thatis leftover from

By | 2012-05-04T13:22:20+00:00 May 4th, 2012|companies, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Metal Slug 4/5 Combo Pack

Ok, back up… for the uninitiated – Metal Slug is a side-scroll arcade-style shooter. Among the titles built for andreleased on the system were Neo Bomberman, King of Fighters and Metal Slug – allarcade hits. As one of four members of the Metal Slug team, you aretasked with shutting down the virus before it takes control. As one of four members of the Metal Slug team, your jobis to track down the paramilitary syndicate called the Ptolemaic Army and stopthem. ReviewScoring Details for Metal Slug 4

By | 2012-05-04T13:22:05+00:00 May 4th, 2012|companies, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Juka and the Monophonic Menace

Juka and the Monophonic Menace is an originalaction RPG that should please gamers looking for something new. It’s upto Juka to discover what or who is behind all of these strange events on hisadventure. The twist of Jukathat makes it a different game than other action RPG games is the action part. If you’ve beendying to play an original action RPG game for your GBA then look no farther thanJuka and the Monophonic Menace. Review Scoring DetailsJuka and theMonophonic MenaceGameplay 7.7If it wasn’t

By | 2012-05-04T13:22:03+00:00 May 4th, 2012|companies, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Everquest: Omens of War

EverQuest: Omens of War is the eighthexpansion in the massively multiplayer online franchise (which launched fiveyears ago). The new task system alleviatessome of that, and is geared toward players who cannot devote hours of game timeto the title. Most of theareas are for upper level players, and groups. ReviewScoring Details for EverQuest: Omens of WarGameplay: 8.6The game has stepped up the ante for casual gaming – log in, run a task andaccomplish something toward your level. While the increas

By | 2012-05-04T13:21:41+00:00 May 4th, 2012|companies, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Tony Hawk’s Underground 2

The series, which underwent somewhat of atransformation with last year’s Tony Hawk Underground, is now releasing itssixth entry, Tony Hawk’s Underground 2: World Destruction Tour. Youstart out on Hawk’s team, training in the familiar warehouse level from the veryfirst Tony Hawk. Thelevels in THUG 2 have an incredible amount of activity and things to do, more sothan in any previous Tony Hawk game. The levels will also change fromday to night, a great touch not featured in previous Tony Hawk title

By | 2012-05-04T13:21:40+00:00 May 4th, 2012|companies, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Conflict: Desert Storm II

Conflict: Desert Storm II: Back to Baghdad is a team based squad game. What makes this game nice is the variety of the mission objectives, and eachmission has several objectives to complete. The graphics for Conflict: Desert Storm II: Back to Baghdad are decent. Conflict: Desert Storm II: Back to Baghdad is rated T for Teen for Violence andBlood. Overall: 7.9Conflict: Desert Storm II: Back to Baghdad is a decent game that will provideseveral hours of enjoyment for you.

By | 2012-05-04T13:21:25+00:00 May 4th, 2012|companies, Uncategorized|0 Comments
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