Category Archives: PS3

PS3 Game Reviews

Review: Dengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax

Share This: Dengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax is a brand new 2d fighting game developed by Sega for the Playstation 3 and more impressively the Playstation Vita. Anyone who knows me knows how much I love my Playstation Vita and so I couldn’t wait to get my hands on Dengeki Bunko. Mind you that Dengeki Bunko’s console release is probably a bit different, if not better in terms of graphics, this… Read Article →

Review: Transformers: Devastation

Share This: Transformers: Devastation is the newest game based on the Transformers series, but this game isn’t based on your modern day Transformers. Devastation kicks it old school bringing back the original Generation one Transformers and Devastation is a pretty great welcoming back. So forget all that you know about your modern day Shia Labeouf Transformers and your Fall/War of Cybertron Transformers because these are the old original Transformers. Everything… Read Article →

Review: Far Cry 4

Share This: Recently Ubisoft released the latest game in their hugely successful Far Cry franchise. Far Cry 4 is a solid game, with a strange plot, interesting characters and entertaining game mechanics and continued Far Cry’s tradition of giving the player a huge open world to roam and explore. The game is certainly fun and well built but seemed to fail at actually innovating using mostly the foundation of the… Read Article →

Review: Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare

Share This: Call of Duty is one of, if not the, biggest gaming franchise to ever be created. The games, published by Activision, come out yearly and sell millions of copies each. This year marked a change from the standard two year development cycle between Infinity Ward and Treyarch adding a new developer into the mix known as Sledgehammer Games. It’s been noticed that sales of the Call of Duty… Read Article →

Review: Digimon: All Star Rumble

Share This: It has been 6 years since North America has seen a new Digimon video game and an even longer 10 years since any Digimon fighting games. Well luckily Bandai Namco decided to put an end to your hopes of a new Digimon game by releasing Digimon: All Star Rumble for the Xbox 360 and Playstation 3. All Star Rumble is a fighting game which feels like it has… Read Article →

Review: Sherlock Holmes: Crimes & Punishments

Share This: Developer Frogwares alongside publisher Focus Home Interactive have pushed out the latest game in the Adventures Of Sherlock Holmes series. This latest entry, titled Sherlock Holmes: Crimes & Punishments, has launched on almost all non-Nintendo platforms including PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One. Crimes & Punishments is Sherlock’s first appearance on our new current gen systems, and what an awesome experience it is. Crimes & Punishments… Read Article →

Review: Destiny

Share This: Bungie has just released their newest game, their first game not in the Halo universe since 2001. Destiny was developed by Bungie for the PS4, PS3, Xbox One and Xbox 360 and was published by Bungie’s new publisher, Activision, and cost the companies a whopping $500 million to create. With the incredible stories from the Halo universe in their past and about 936,000 pre-orders on the Playstation 4… Read Article →

Bioshock Infinite: Burial At Sea Episode 2

Share This: Bioshock Infinite: Burial At Sea Episode 2 has launched after much anticipation and just as I hoped it was much better then episode 1. It still wasn’t great but that really just proves how piss poor episode 1 was. Before I continue I am going to point out this review will contain spoilers. So to begin we’ll start with what my expectations were. All I really wanted was… Read Article →

South Park: The Stick Of Truth

Share This: South Park has always had a rough run in video games. From the original South Park video game for the original Playstation and N64 to the more recent South Park: Tenorman’s Revenge, pretty much all South Park games have been less than spectacular. None of them have even truly felt like a real South Park experience. Well, South Park: The Stick Of Truth is here to change that…. Read Article →

Earth Defense Force 2025

Share This: Earth Defense Force 2025 is the highly anticipated sequel to Earth Defense Force 2017, developed by Japanese developer Sandlot and published by D3 Publisher. The game series is quite absurd in both premise and execution and because of that it has built up a cult following. What does this new game add to the series? Hundreds of weapons, new vehicles, and much more mayhem. Earth Defense Force 2025… Read Article →