9/10 – Beautiful is hardly an adjective I'll use to describe a game where the main core of action involves the protagonist replacing the brains of enemies with a bullet, but this. This game is beautiful in more ways than one.
8.0/10 – PokéPark 2: Wonders Beyond is an amazing game if you’re a kid or a Pokémon fan. The gameplay is simple and intuitive, the story is as compelling as a Saturday morning cartoon series’ arc, and the Pokémon – the Pokémon are fantastic.
7.5/10 – Here we are again with yet another game in the popular ninja Anime/Manga series, Naruto. It breaks its record with its elongated title length, but it remains the same spirited fighting game we know and love.
8.5/10 – Pop culture is packed full of references to dystopian futures where humanity is overrun with robots. It's not always the fault of the robots. Sometimes, it's those wacky humans who create them for evil. It's hard to pick sides when playing Binary Domain, though.
8/10 – I left where fighting games were with my last review of Blazblue: Continuum Shift II for the Nintendo 3DS, and it seems the wheel of fate has turned, because I've come to see what Blazblue: Continuum Shift EXTEND can do.
A vast and desolate desert appears before you. Small stone objects, which appear to be gravestones, litter the landscape. Suddenly, a bright light from the heavens comes crashing to earth. From this light a figure of small stature, dressed in a red cloak, arises. You begin to wander aimlessly ...
8/10 – Jak and Daxter was to the PlayStation 2 as what Crash Bandicoot was to the PlayStation. Joining the ranks of God of War and Metal Gear Solid, Jak and Daxter now have their own place in the PlayStation 3's remastered for HD collection.