Mail This: Halo: Reach Wasn’t Broke, But Fix It Anyway, Bungie

Dear Bungie, Unlike JDevL, I’m a completionist, and an achievement whore. Whatever. Pigeon-holing aside, I’m cautious in the games that I buy because I know I’m going to go for 1,000/1,000 gamer points, including the “Insane!” achievement. I have a deep appreciation for titles/developers who take care to not only create a game that can… Continue reading

Review: STALKER: Call Of Pripyat: Solid Fallout Hunting

Are you indifferent to the demilitarized sites of a nuclear meltdowns? Can you shoot a gun and/or fight for your life on a day to day basis? Do you like vodka? Does a new career opportunity with endless financial possibilities sound great? If you answered yes to any of the above, you might be perfect for an… Continue reading

Subway Shenanigans Saturate Metro 2033

Oh those crazy Russians! They’ve been defeated with high school fueled guerrilla warfare, pummeled with Italian pugilism and now they’ve gone and nuked themselves into oblivion in THQ’s latest Metro 2033. Luckily for them and American filmmakers, the ever dangerous Russian machine is alive and well under the streets of Moscow. Metro 2033is a FPS game… 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