L.A. Noire Review: Sauntering Deliciously Towards Perdition

You’re a soldier, told by your motherland that you’re defending it from the forces of evil. Despite the horrors of what you must do, you persevere in your belief that you’re fighting for Right; that belief is reinforced at every turn by the society you fight for. You emerge victorious and you come home. You’re… Continue reading

Retro City Rampage Gameplay Takes Us Back to Our Violent Roots

One of my more historical jaw-dropping gaming experiences occurred the first time I played the original Grand Theft Auto. I had never played a game that allowed you so much terrible freedom. Stealing cars, running over the owner, and gunning down pedestrians was good devious fun and feel entirely different than its more lifelike 3d… Continue reading