Xbox 360 Game Reviews

The Bridge Review
As video games have evolved, so have the puzzles that keep us coming back for more. In a marketplace overflowing with video games and puzzles, a good game needs to present something truly original to keep us hooked. In the case of The Bridge, the developer has crafted something that isn&CloseCurlyQu…
WWE 2K14 Review
A few months ago, we were unsure if WWE 2K14 (originally titled WWE '14) would even be made. Much like the real-life acquisition of WCW by Vince McMahon, WWE 2K14 was one of the titles stuck in limbo due to THQ filing for bankruptcy earlier in the year; wrestling fans worldwide were wondering what w…
Just Dance 2014 Review
“Just dance, gonna be okay, spin that record babe!” All you dancers out there, professional and wannabes, ready your boogie shoes because the newest dance game has been released by Ubisoft -- Just Dance 2014. Will this claim victory as the best in the series, or will it f…
Killer is Dead Review
Grasshopper Manufacture has released their newest title, Killer is Dead. Goichi Suda, Grasshopper's team leader (also known as Suda 51), is known for implementing over-the-top, unorthodox and stylistic approaches to gameplay. Suda has been trying to appeal to the otaku of the world throughout his ti…
Saints Row IV Review
The Saints are back in Stilwater with chaos and mayhem to spread. In the likely last chapter to be released on Xbox 360s and PS3, the Saints have a new menace and it came from outer space! What is going on here -- isn’t this series bizarre enough already?
Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons Review
The premiere game from this year’s Summer of Arcade, Brothers is a single player co-op puzzle game overflowing with gorgeous graphics and interesting control schemes. Too bad that 90 minutes in, I am stuck on a glitch that even restarting cannot solve. And, now, all of my hard work i…
Cloudberry Kingdom Review
Pwnee Studios' debut title, Cloudberry Kingdom, lives up to its developer's namesake by being one of the toughest, most insane-looking platformers in the history of gaming. Inspired by the awe-inspiring, deathless speedruns of classic platformers, such as the 11 minute long completion of Super Mario…
The Smurfs 2 Review
We understand that many of our readers will look at the name of The Smurfs 2 and immediately write it off as both a children's game and a movie-based title. While both of these facts are true, The Smurfs 2 piqued our interest for one primary reason: it is developer WayForward's big jump to…
BioShock Infinite: Clash in the Clouds Review
After a few months of anticipation, Irrational Games finally revealed its downloadable content plans for one of 2013's best games, BioShock Infinite. While some choice story-based content is coming eventually, the first add-on the developer delivered was a new challenge mode dubbed Clash in the Clou…
The Walking Dead: 400 Days Review
Telltale's The Walking Dead may have left us emotionally exhausted, but we've all been craving more of that world ever since the developer announced a second season was in the works. Though it'll be some time until that second wave of episodes comes along, that doesn't mean Telltale can't explore ot…

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