Dead Space 2 Reveal Trailer

Isaac Clarke may have survived his harrowing first encounter with the Necromorphs, but it doesn’t look like his sanity was as fortunate. In the reveal trailer “Dementia” for Dead Space 2 with the help of Rorschach testing we dive into the mind of Isaac as he relives the nightmare of the incidents from 2008’s horrifying… Continue reading

Halo: Reach Anticipation

Ever since the good old LAN party days of Halo: Combat Evolved and Halo 2, I’ve been a lover of all things multiplayer. These days if a game doesn’t have a replayable multiplayer experience then I simply don’t have much respect for the game. That said, I do concede that there is still a place… Continue reading

InRapture(d) Again

Well, the sequel to the game that won game of the year in 2008 has come out. BioShock 2 brings you back to the underwater city of Rapture, where you get to fill some big, not to mention heavy, shoes. The campaign starts off revealing your role as a big daddy prototype. It’s been ten… Continue reading

Blur Beta is Powered-Up

As of this writing I’ve put in probably a couple hours of racing into Bizarre’s upcoming racing game. I’ll just start here by saying that in that time I think the game is awesome! It’s a fast paced (thankfully, being a racing game), exhilarating and intense, and incredibly fun title. The game demo comprises of… Continue reading

Sparkster

Since this post will serve as my debut into the video game writing/review/criticism world I decided to start with a fantastic game that really sums me up in a single word. To introduce myself, these days on the web I am generally referred to as Pixelmixer. My real name happens to be Dustin Sparks. During… Continue reading

No Hope for Kratos

Let’s get this out of the way. God of War 2 was the crowning achievement of my PS2 gaming days. I am a huge Kratos fan. I’m big enough fan of the niche of the action genre that GoW created, that I shelled out cash for the recent soulless knock-off, Dante’s Inferno. I held off… Continue reading

WTF is a Rondo?

Just to confirm, yes, it is that Castlevania game. The most critically acclaimed and impossible to obtain game (for U.S. gamers) in the series finally arrives via the Nintendo’s Virtual Console. I couldn’t believe I was actually about to (legally) play Castlevania: Rondo of Blood / Akumajo Dracula X: Chi no Rondo / Dracula X… Continue reading