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  • Hydrophobia Review View Comments CommentsPosted by Craig Baker on October 3, 2023 under Feature, Xbox 360 Reviews
    Following the success of the now what seems to be the annual “Summer of Arcade” event. Xbox this week kicked off “Game Feast”, in attempt to collect some more of our hard earned money on often fun games that end up severely lacking in the quantity department. In hopes to start the event off right we have been treated with Hydrophobia which sounds more like a mental illness than a game ... more.
  • Serious Sam HD: The Second Encounter Review View Comments CommentsPosted by Craig Baker on September 28, 2023 under Feature, Xbox 360 Reviews
    Do you like tons of guns? Do you like intense 16-player co-op? Do you like Pumpkin-topped chainsaw monsters? Well, if your answer to all the above questions is yes, then you will want to try the new game from Croteam; Serious Sam HD: The Second Encounter. It’s the highly anticipated sequel to the first Serious Sam HD released a few months ago and is still in its fully High Definition glory. Co... more.
  • Monday Night Combat Review View Comments CommentsPosted by Craig Baker on August 16, 2023 under Feature, Recent News, Xbox 360 Reviews
    So far during the second annual Summer of Arcade we have been treated with three solid XBLA titles. This week the fourth game has been released. Monday Night Combat is a class based third-person based shooter with tower defense elements mixed in, that was developed by Uber Entertainment using the Unreal Engine. Monday Night Combat is a very basic concept and is split into two different modes, e... more.
  • Castlevania: Harmony of Despair Review View Comments CommentsPosted by Craig Baker on August 10, 2023 under Feature, Recent News, Xbox 360 Reviews
    This past week we received the third game to be released as part of Xbox 360’s “Summer of Arcade”. Konami is treating us with the 34th installment (including international releases) of Castlevania, with Castlevania: Harmony of Despair. The series has had a lot of ups and downs over the years, and with this game Konami looks to go back to its 2D roots with a classic style NES type platfor... more.
  • A Kingdom For Keflings Review View Comments CommentsPosted by Niall Topping on May 15, 2023 under Feature, PC Reviews
    A Kingdom for Keflings is the PC port of the Xbox Live Arcade game of the same title, in which you take on the role of a giant who has been called on to help the halfling race known as Keflings build a kingdom, and ultimately, a castle. The Xbox version allowed your avatar to take on the role of the giant, whereas the PC port gives you eight giants to choose from, four male, four female. Your choi... more.
  • NormalTanks Review View Comments CommentsPosted by Alan Baxter on March 24, 2024 under Feature, PS3 Reviews, PSP & PSP GO! Reviews
    Hitting the Playstation Store this week was developer Beatshapers latest game, boring called “NormalTanks”. The tedious title of the game itself didn’t inspire me much, so I had little expectations before playing the game. NormalTanks fits into the “Minis” category and therefore is available for £3.49 and can be used on both the PSP and Playstation 3 consoles. NormalTanks is a top-do... more.
  • Prehistoric Isle in 1930 - Arcade Review View Comments CommentsPosted by Dave Turcotte on March 12, 2024 under Feature, Retro Reviews
    I’ve played a lot of games in my time. A lot of these games have had crazy plots and just sheer lunacy, but yet no game has been so psychotic and yet mind numbingly awesome such as Prehistoric Isle in 1930. The game hit the arcades in 1989 and was produced by SNK. While normally this would have been a Neo Geo game, it was produced before the Neo Geo MVS hit arcades, so this game was it’s own a... more.
  • Greed Corp Review View Comments CommentsPosted by kiffar on March 9, 2024 under Feature, PS3 Reviews, Xbox 360 Reviews
    This is pretty much your basic strategy game, you build, you destroy, you dominate. There's a nice, extensive campaign you can do, run a game against a computer or hop online to test your skills out against other players. Resources aren’t like what you’re used to really, there aren’t trees you’ll be hacking up or mine deposits you’ll have little men slave over, and instead you�... more.
  • Garou: Mark of the Wolves review [Neo Geo/Arcade] View Comments CommentsPosted by Dave Turcotte on February 24, 2024 under Feature, Retro Reviews
    Today I will be reviewing Garou: Mark of the Wolves (also known as Fatal Fury: Mark of the Wolves) for the Neo-Geo arcade system. Garou: Mark of the Wolves is a 2D fighting game that debuted in the arcades back in 1999. This game takes place 10 years after the events of Real Bout: Fatal Fury. Geese Howard is long since dead and Southtown is starting to forget his existence. Terry Bogard has t... more.
  • The Simpsons Review [Arcade] View Comments CommentsPosted by Dave Turcotte on February 14, 2024 under Feature, Retro Reviews
    During the late 80s/early 90s, the Simpsons had become a TV classic. We've seen plenty of games back then and now, some of which are rather bad, but none of the Simpsons games stand out like the arcade game that was released in 1991. The game was also made by Konami, so you knew it had to be good. [caption id="" align="alignnone" width="434" caption="The arcade cabinet for The Simpsons."][/capt... more.
  • Let’s Play: Lets Go Jungle View Comments CommentsPosted by James Ireland on August 30, 2023 under Recent News
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