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The Cursed Crusade - XBOX 360
A medieval action-RPG developed by Kylotonn, "The Cursed Crusade" is a mess from the get-go.
Red Faction Armageddon Review
A return to more linear gameplay after Red Faction Guerilla, Red Faction Armageddon features some fun physics but overall hit-or-miss gameplay.
Dragon's Dogma Review
Set in a somewhat typical fantasy world of magic and monsters, "Dragon's Dogma" is a game with a fairly simple premise (at least at first): you are the Arisen, chosen to slay a mighty dragon before it can bring ruin to the world of man.
Two Worlds 2 Review
Two Worlds 2 is a sword and magic RPG game along the lines of Oblivion. Your character is fighting through enemies and surmounting obstacles to save his entrapped sister.
Mass Effect 3 Review
Writing a review of Mass Effect 3 is like writing an opinion on abortion. The emotions run extremely high with this game. And that in and of itself indicates how much people care about the characters and plots.
LA Noire Review
LA Noire puts you in the hard-scrabble world of a Los Angeles detective. There are stars to question, witnesses to badger, and the dark, grimy, gritty underworld to deal with. How does it hold up?
Portal 2 Review
I absolutely adored the first Portal game. I went into Portal 2 concerned that it could be a typical sequel - not enough material to make it worth playing. I was wrong - I loved Portal 2 just as much.
Dance Central 2 Review
I've been playing Dance Central 2, Dance Central (original), and Just Dance 3 pretty non-stop recently. How does Dance Central 2 stack up against its prequel and the Just Dance 3 game?
Dance Central Review
I've had Dance Central for a while now, but I'm posting a review now so that current gamers can decide if they want to get this older version of Dance Central, or go up to Dance Central 2 or Just Dance 3 instead.
Zoom for Kinect - Play in Smaller Space
A key issue with the XBox Kinect is that it needs a large space to operate properly. With the XBox Zoom add-on device, you can now play in far less space. How does it work - and DOES it work?
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