During the past one year we’ve heard that a new generation of graphics and gameplay was slowly coming to different gaming platforms and soon people would either upgrade their gaming computers or get a ‘next gen’ gaming console and perhaps at the same time sell their old console. Fast forward to the present, here we are in next gen era. Consoles (PS4 and Xbox One) running games at various HD resolutions and 30 FPS while the … Read more
Overview of TItanfall after the first two hours playing the game and playing the Overlook and Attrition mode map.
Darksiders was a major hit and the fact that it left so many loose ends brought hope to those fans waiting for a sequel. Now that the Darksiders II is here, we are presented with a larger world a much longer campaign and another deadly horseman riding to set things right. The graphics have been enhanced and the sound effects are definitely a major step forward, but as far as gameplay goes there are some … Read more
There is a broader range of colors besides black and wide in Sleeping Dogs and complex characters are making this story driven title shine. Whether you love the open sandbox of Grand Theft Auto or the intensity of Saints Row, you will find more than you expect in United Front Games’ latest release. For over twenty hours, players will explore the rich environment depicting the crowded city of Hong Kong and tilt towards good or … Read more
Platformers are a dying breed and except for a couple of hardcore fans who anxiously wait for the few releases of this genre, most players regard them as a summer distraction. What Dean Dodrill achieved with Dust: An Elysian Tail is to reignite the faith in the hearts of those who think that 2D games still have a future. Unlike most of its counterparts, Humble Hearts’ title combines the traditional elements of the genre with … Read more
I have to say that until now my experience with video games revolving around the Olympic Games was terrible and I lost hope of ever playing a title that wouldn’t feel like a huge waste of time. With so many different sports, it comes as no surprise that the developers were struggling to find the perfect mix and their efforts frequently fell flat. London 2012: The Official Video Game of the Olympic Games is not … Read more
It didn’t take much longer than 2 weeks to break the 6,000 entry mark in the Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3 Giveaway contest, which puts it so far on track to do at least equal if not maybe exceeding the iPad 3 Giveaway contest I held back in May 2012 on DragonBlogger.com. This contest was to appeal to my rapidly growing gaming audience and more gaming writers have signed up for the site recently as … Read more
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Playing Ninja Gaiden 3 should have been an exciting experience and I was hoping that the latest installment will get the franchise back on track. The original game was great and I’ve spent a lot of time slicing my way around, but sadly the sequel felt like a pale consolation. I didn’t expect the third installment to be a complete rip-off, but I can’t help but feel that this is not a step, but a … Read more
Review of You Don’t Know Jack for the Xbox 360 platform which is a fun fast and furious game.
Get ready to bust a groove with Konami’s Dance Masters for the XBOX 360 Kinect.