Playstation 3 Game Reviews

BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma Review
BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma Review
Duodecim. NOL. The Six Heroes. The Black Beast. If you don't know what any of these terms mean, you probably haven't been keeping up with the BlazBlue series of fighting games from Arc System Works. Hell, even if you have been keeping up with the BlazBlue games you still may not know what these terms mean, as the series seems to relish obfuscating its fast-paced gameplay with extraneous details, and nowhere is that more evident than with its newest entry— BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma.
The Witch and the Hundred Knight Review
The Witch and the Hundred Knight Review
The Witch and the Hundred Knight exists in a world of green, swamp infested evil. You start off as a minion who's doing the bidding of a bloodthirsty witch named Metallia, and unless you get in her good graces, you'll be added to her pile of victims. Breaking bad in an RPG universe isn't exactly a novel concept, but The Witch and the Hundred Night weaved a beguiling enough spell to keep me intrigued.
Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z Review (PlayStation 3)
Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z Review (PlayStation 3)
Zombie. Ninja. Cyborg. When coming up with the concept for Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z, it seems like the development team over at Tecmo Koei were just reaching for whatever pop culture trends they could find and merged them together to create their new hack and slash. This spin-off of the unforgiving, but rewarding, Ninja Gaiden series features a new hero, new look, and drastically different gameplay, but it forgot to include the one thing the previous Ninja Gaiden games had: fun.
Dark Souls II Review
Dark Souls II Review
Dark Souls and Demon’s Souls have become badges of honor amongst gamers. They transplanted the insane difficulty from the golden age consoles and spackled it in beautiful and gothic 3D graphics. They proved that gamers have gotten lazy and complacent with their new games that hand hold them all the way through right to the very end, all the while telling them which button to press. Their success is just as irrational as our love for them. Murderously hard games that make no apologies became best-sellers? Sounds impossible in the current landscape, but they proved that there was a thirst for a bit of punishment.
South Park: The Stick of Truth Review
South Park: The Stick of Truth Review
With enough on-screen content to count as the eighteenth season of the animated series, The Stick of Truth does not hold back in delivering the infamous, over-the-top, satirical comedy we have come to know and love from 'South Park.' So let's join Cartman, Butters, Stan, Kyle, Timmy, Clyde, Mr. Garrison, Jesus, Mr. Slave, Randy Marsh and the rest of South Park's citizens and see how well Obsidian did in bringing this insane town to life.

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