Review: Fallout 3: The Pitt

Bethesda expands the world of Fallout 3 even more with the addition of the newest DLC entitled The Pitt.

The Pitt allows the player to travel to the booming industrial city The Pitt, formerly Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania before the bombs dropped. The city suffers from a disease in the air that transforms thos…

Review: Resident Evil 5

Resident Evil is a game which almost introduced the survival-horror concept to the untold masses during the original Playstation era. The series introduced gamers everywhere to the concept of limited ammo and a blood curdling B-movie-style story. Resident Evil helped to define a generation of games. …

Review: Okami

Okami, as I mentioned in an earlier editorial, is a visually stunning game of good versus evil. You play as the sun goddess, Amaterasu, who takes the form of a white wolf as she battles to rid fairy-tale Japan from the forces of darkness. She does not embark alone, however, accompanied by the bug-sized wande…

Review: Watchmen: The End is Nigh

Many may view an action game wearing the Watchmen name with skepticism, and this is certainly understandable. Alan Moore’s original 12-issue series, published by DC comics in the late 1980s, hardly conformed to norms of the superhero genre. To a slightly lesser extent, this holds true for Zack Sn…

Review: Retro Game Challenge

Remember the days of sitting around a friend’s television playing the newest game together? XSEED’s Retro Game Challenge captures this nostalgia perfectly.

Loosely based off the Japanese television show GameCenter CX, Retro Game Challenge traps the player in the 1980’s, where h…

Review: Fallout 3: Operation: Anchorage

Bethesda aims to please players of Fallout 3 with their newest downloadable content package titled Operation: Anchorage available exclusively for the XBox 360.

The additional content allows players to enter a virtual reality simulator, essentially a video game inside a video game, that recreates th…

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