Grand Theft Auto: The Ballad of Gay Tony Review

The Ballad of Gay Tony continues the story of Grand Theft Auto IV, the popular (and highly controversial, as usual for this series) sandbox action game. If you, for some reason, don’t know what GTA is all about – you take the role of a gangster trying to climb up his “professional” ladder in a…


inFamous Review

InFamous is one of the PS3 exclusives that can make you really consider buying the console. It manages to use some storyline elements most of us would consider cliched, yet twists them in a unique way, delivering a perfect mix of action and an interesting story. On top of all that, it also has a…


Just Cause 2 Review

Just Cause, as successful as it may have been, left many players with a lot to desire and didn’t quite fit the bill for becoming the next big shooter. Its sequel, on the other hand, manages to grab your attention even from a few seconds of watching the trailer – it looks like a completely…


Fairytale Fights Review

Sometimes game developers just like to mess with us and our childhood memories. Many of you probably grew up with tales of characters like Little Red Riding Hood, Snow White, and The Naked Emperor. Well, how would you feel if you saw those beloved childhood icons of yours engaged in a bloody, over the top…


Spyborgs Review

Most games coming out today focus strongly on realism, coming out with better graphics, better-detailed characters, realistic simulation of environments and what not. However, as good as this is for those who enjoy this sort of thing, sometimes players want a bit more variety and less seriousness in the games they’re playing. So with this…


Nier Review

Fans of Japanese-themed video games and RPGs in specific would probably remember Drakengard, a video game released by Square Enix some time ago. The developer is now back with another title that continues the story of their previous one, changing the gameplay a lot in some aspects, while also preserving most of the original game’s…