PS3 Game Reviews

Blazblue Chronophantasma Import Review
Blazblue Chronophantasma, the latest update to Arc System Works much loved Blazblue fighting game franchise, has just come out in Japan on the PS3. Luckily enough, the PS3 is region free and aside from some menu futzing and an impossible to understand story mode, a fighting game is a fighting game n…
Rocksmith 2014 Review
I am not a musician. I have fantasies of smashing electric guitars into amps and stage diving after an awesome concert, but fantasies are all they are. Games like Rockband have allowed me to bring these fantasies to life, rocking out on plastic tinker toys in my basement with a bunch of friends who …
Divekick Review
The wait is over. The one true fighting game has come. Divekick has finally been released on PS3, PS Vita and Steam, and it is as glorious as we expected it to be. We got a chance to try all three versions out for ourselves recently. Here is what we thought.
Payday 2 Review
Shooters today have always focused on the glorious battles for righteousness in space and on Earth. It isn’t often that you get one that focuses on the nitty gritty of the criminal underworld. The seedy people are concerned with one thing -- money. Payday 2 makes no apologies for its name or its gam…
DuckTales Remastered Review
Nostalgia are the circular rose-colored glasses that smooth out the graphics and exorcise the flaws. The phrase “never meet your heroes” can also be applied to old video games that you love dearly. Many should be best kept in the velvet lined box in the back of your head to be cherished but never ex…
Mamorukun Curse! Review
I love arcade games, especially ridiculous ones that get ported to North America from Japan. Frantic shooting and aiming for that high score is something that a lot of gamers love, and is something that is sorely lacking in the current landscape of console games. Enter, Mamorukun Curse! Hopefully, t…
Time and Eternity
A truly unique idea in video games, whether it be story or design, has become a rare thing. We’re constantly downed in an onslaught of sequels that utilize the same engines and old tropes. When something new comes out, it has the chance to revolutionize gaming. Or, it can crash and burn in a gloriou…
Turbo Super Stunt Squad Review
Whenever a new movie tie-in video game hits the market, I can't help but let out an unsurpassed groan. Ever since marketing teams figured out that they could slap a branded skin of programming on an existing game, the shelves of game stores everywhere became inundated with rehashed dreck that we'd a…
Dynasty Warriors 8
Do video games age like fine wine? Does the same recipe yield better results after years of aging and careful care? Maybe, but if there is one game to test this theory it would be Dynasty Warriors 8. After years of recycling the same recipe, the Dynasty Warriors franchise has had more than enough ag…
Remember Me Review

Memory is fragile. Who you are is essentially a collection of experiences coded and cataloged in your cranium for cross reference later. Your essence, your soul, is housed somewhere in your synapses. Without your memories you are no longer you. Just a hulking mass of animal instinct no different tha…

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