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After defeating the last boss of Trine 2 you’ll look back on other could be solutions and come to the realization that you might have been doing it wrong.
There was somewhat of a resurgence of fast paced old school first person shooters with last year’s crop of fps including the likes of Bulletstorm and Hard Reset. How well does Serious Sam 3: BFE stack up?
How well does Overkill Studio’s Heat inspired four player online co-op shooter hold on PC?
Was id Software’s first new IP since Quake worth the wait?
Space marine? No. Space miner? Yes.
The PC-exclusive FPS is here. Is it a faithful throwback, or a soulless imposter?
At the start of summer, I was saddened by the loss of my computer mouse.
There are plenty of indie tower defense games and it is difficult to find one that is unique amongst the lot. Taking a side scrolling view of the tower defense genre zOMT sets itself apart from other tower defense games.
Dead Island so far appears to be an amalgamation of most of the great gameplay elements made popular by other zombie game brethren. If Dead Island is anything, it’s not the zombie shooting gallery one would expect it to be.
While at the Square Enix booth, I was able to get some hands on time with Final Fantasy XIII. I will not be talking about the graphics, because the build shown was very rough.
At E3 this year, I was surprised when I received an email from Halfbrick Studios, the developers of Fruit Ninja. However, what I saw was not a mobile game; it was Fruit Ninja Kinect.
I was very interested to see how XCOM was shaping up since last year’s E3 showing and after sitting in on the demo I felt that that 2K Marin is very much trying to make the transition that Fallout 3 did from Fallout 2.
In order to tie in with the movie Sega released its most recent superhero game Thor: God of Thunder. The game follows a different storyline than the movie, but fleshes out the world of Thor for those who are fans of the comic book. Like many recent superhero games there is both good and bad […]
Some genres of games can be very divisive amongst players. Often this is due to the play style of different players. A clear example of a divisive genre is the “maze hell” genre. These are games where the player navigates through a nearly endless maze with numerous death traps. These types of games can turn […]
Fans of Square’s Final Fantasy franchise were granted their wish with the release of Dissidia Final Fantasy; a fighting game combined with RPG elements that show cased the main characters of Final Fantasy 1 through 12. Since then fans have continued to see more of their favorite Final Fantasy characters appear on the battlefield. With […]
After Portal 2‘s credits roll one might find themselves left with more unanswered questions; but, at the same time might have gained a deeper understanding of Aperture Science’s zany history riddled with references to the Half-Life universe.
In the 1980s the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles had movies, cartoons, breakfast cereal, and everything else one could imagine. Does this by product hold up?
The highly-anticipated sequel to the highly-demanding PC shooter from 2007 is finally here.
Don Allen takes a look at the SteelSeries Siberia v2 Headset aimed at professional gamers and the average user in mind. Hardware was provided by the manufacturer to the editor for review purposes.
Don Allen takes a look at the premium professional gamer mouse from SteelSeries called the Xai Laser Mouse. Find out what separates this mouse from the other mice.
Tired of the same ‘ol shooter? ’Bulletstorm’ promised to deliver us a brand new, balls out experience. FOX News hated it, so does that mean we are suppose to love it?
Celebrated for its simple yet fun and engaging games, PixelJunk brings us a sequel to one of their greatest hits, Shooter 2. The first Shooter game had you playing as a rescue ship, digging through the planet to save your fellow colleagues lost while researching an alien planet.
Online focused magazines seem to be all the rage these days as compared to the old school printed magazines. If you are in need of a new e-mag, perhaps Fraggs Magazine is what you are seeking.
Last week CtrlAltKill‘s own Joanna Giebel decided to get her party on and knock back some energy potion with a side order of powder. She survived the lab test, so how did it fare with someone else?
The fifth generation of Pokemon makes its way to the DS in version Black and White. Pokemon fans were excited to see the new array of Pokemon as well as new quests and game mechanics. Other aficionados and former fans shrugged the game off. A few old veterans decided to give this game one more […]
Looking for that pick me up during your long gaming sessions? Harcos Labs has just the thing for you!
To gamers, Track Scan may not be the most well known brand, but they have been providing racing headsets since the early 90′s. The Vibras line of gaming headsets is their first entry into the gaming headset market; however, does the Vibras 5.1 surround sound headset stand it’s own in the market?