Discussion Review Archive

  • Discussion Review: Prototype 2

    Discussion Review: Prototype 2

    Review written by Matt Litten & Aaron R. Conklin Matt: I’m not sure what your feelings about the original Prototype were, Aaron, but I didn’t much care for the game. Radical Entertainment has had success with previous sandbox-style games like The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction […]

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  • Discussion Review: Uncharted: Golden Abyss

    Discussion Review: Uncharted: Golden Abyss

    Review written by Matt Litten & Stephen Byers. Matt: As far as launch window software libraries go, the PlayStation Vita is off to a great start, Uncharted: Golden Abyss leading Sony’s first-party charge as one of the projected “killer apps.” By and large, it lives […]

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  • Discussion Review: NeverDead

    Discussion Review: NeverDead

    Review written by Matt Litten & Stephen Byers. Matt: Has there been a game about a dude who can dismember himself at will and use body parts as weapons and puzzle-solving devices? I’m sure there probably have been, but I can’t think of any off […]

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  • Discussion Review: Datura

    Discussion Review: Datura

    Review written by Matt Litten & Tim Mack. Matt: Give it up to Thing from The Addams Family for finally getting a starring role in his own video game. Oh wait, that’s not Thing. That’s just Plastic’s trippy new PlayStation Move game Datura. What is […]

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  • Discussion Review: Tales from Space: Mutant Blobs Attack

    Discussion Review: Tales from Space: Mutant Blobs Attack

    Review written by Matt Litten & Tim Mack. Last year, DrinkBox Studios launched its Tales from Space series with the PlayStation Network title, About a Blob, a PlayStation 3 puzzle-platformer starring a rather hungry blob. Now DrinkBox has returned to tell a new tale from […]

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  • Discussion Review: Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City

    Discussion Review: Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City

    Review written by Matt Litten & Aaron R. Conklin Taking another break from the numbered Resident Evils before the sixth installment drops later this year, Capcom revisits the viral zombie outbreak that started it all in Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City, the new squad-based shooter […]

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  • Discussion Review: The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword

    Discussion Review: The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword

    The grave plot and casket have been picked, but Nintendo’s Wii isn’t quite dead yet, folks. With the Wii U on the 2012 horizon, the console that sparked the motion control revolution is clearly in decline, but, as a number of surprising gems have already […]

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  • Discussion Review: Crysis 2

    Discussion Review: Crysis 2

    New York City, and the human race, is on the verge of annihilation as a viral outbreak and alien invasion turn the Big Apple into a chaotic war zone between U.S. Marines, a private military force called C.E.L.L., and a race of squid-like aliens known […]

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  • Discussion Review: Borderlands

    Discussion Review: Borderlands

    The concept of a “role-playing shooter” has been tried plenty of times before, most recently by games like Fallout 3 and even Hellgate: London to an extent with its attempt at being a third-person/first-person hybrid, but I can’t think of any of late that have […]

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  • Discussion Review: LittleBigPlanet PSP

    Discussion Review: LittleBigPlanet PSP

    Although Matt never was able to do a full review, he made it clear that he absolutely loved the PS3 game LittleBigPlanet and considers it one of the gems of this console generation. Ever since Sony announced they would bring the game to the PSP, […]

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