Antec Cleaning Solutions Review
0 CommentsPosted by DJ on October 24, 2012 under Hardware
I've got something very interesting going on today for you guys.. Recently I was in contact with my.. Contact at Antec, just seeing what's going on, as per usual, when he asked if I would be interested in reviewing some cleaning products.. I was like dafuq? But then I read the link he sent me, and I was officially interested. So without further ado, here is a review of Antec's new line of Clean... more.
Lian Li PC-100 Case Review – Part Two: Interior, Cooling Performance, Conclusion
1 CommentsPosted by DJ on February 20, 2012 under Hardware
Welcome back! Now that we're done looking at the brilliantly understated outside that is the Lian Li PC-100. Let's move inside the case. (more...)... more.
HIS Mini DisplayPort To HDMI Adapter Review
0 CommentsPosted by DJ on December 20, 2011 under Hardware
Hey guys, did you miss me? Well after a catastrophic computer failure I am finally back in action. And to commemorate my return to action I present to you a nice little review on a nice little product. The HIS Mini DisplayPort to HDMI Adapter. (more...)... more.
Review Roundup: Month of November
0 CommentsPosted by DJ on December 4, 2011 under Articles & News, Featured, General, Original Content
Sorry this is a few days late folks. It's time for a Review Roundup for the month of November, and away we go! Sonic Generations - November 7, 2011 - Xbox 360 - 9.5 "It’s hard to believe that it has been twenty years since the original Sonic the Hedgehog came out on the Sega Genesis console, but it has. The original came out in 1991 and Sega is now celebrating the 20th anniversary of ev... more.
Critics are Biased – and that’s Okay
0 CommentsPosted by ItsEvan on May 20, 2011 under Articles & News, Original Content
Let's be honest here - we are both human, you and I. There's no reason for us to be unbiased, we gaming critics aren't some kind of omnipotent, all knowing gaming demigods of the universe, we are all mortal. In fact, being biased is something to be praised, not scolded for. It allows us to give our feedback to the target demographics that we best represent. Most of the games that we play usually s... more.
Corruption in Video Game Journalism
6 CommentsPosted by ItsEvan on March 10, 2011 under Articles & News, Featured, Original Content
Gaming journalism is corrupt. When I began my budding career as a video game journalist, I came across an article from Insertcredit.com. My eyes have never read the most touching exposé on video game journalism - summarily that it didn't even exist. Tim Rogers details on his experience working with PlanetGamecube, which is now called Nintendo World Report. The PlanetGameCube.com Staff Gui... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Chris Meichtry on January 5, 2011 under Reviews
I love my wife, but I have fallen in love with another woman and her name is ilomilo. From the moment I saw my very first screenshot, I knew this game had to be mine. Even seeing the logo brought butterflies to my stomach. The thought of not having those two little thumb-shaped plushy people in my life was absolutely heart-wrenching, and this was before I had any idea what the game was abou... more.
Gummy Bears Minigolf Review
0 CommentsPosted by Chris Meichtry on January 4, 2011 under Reviews
Have you ever sat around and wondered exactly what it is that Gummy Bears do in their spare time? You know, aside from being devoured? Well, apparently the little tasty treats like to play lots and lots of minigolf. Like you possibly are, I'm a bit curious to know how this odd combination came about in the first place. It is a curious thing indeed, but I suppose it isn't something we need ... more.
Dragon’s Lair Trilogy Review
0 CommentsPosted by Chris Meichtry on November 15, 2010 under Reviews
When I was a child in school, we were treated with weekly sessions of playing Oregon Trail and Where In The World Is Carmen San Diego? in the computer lab. On very special occasions, our teacher would roll out the old laserdisc player and we would all participate in a rousing game of Dragon's Lair. The game was a bit beyond the scope of our young minds and I don't think we ever quite figured... more.
Pinball FX 2 Review
0 CommentsPosted by Chris Meichtry on November 2, 2010 under Reviews
In a time when pinball is considered a lost art, the folks at Zen Studios have been hard at work perfecting their latest masterpiece. And they've found a rather clever way of pulling it off too. Launched as more of a revamp than a full-blown sequel, Pinball FX 2 takes everything that made its predecessor great and improves upon it all. It even highlights this fact by having backwards compat... more.
Comic Jumper: The Adventures of Captain Smiley Review
0 CommentsPosted by Chris Meichtry on October 26, 2010 under Reviews
They don't have the longest track record, but in just a short few years, Twisted Pixel has already carved a name for themselves in the gaming industry with their instant classics. This year, for Microsoft's Game Feast event, the wacky Texan developers bring us Comic Jumper: The Adventures of Captain Smiley, a comedic shoot-'em-up that takes us through a handful of comic worlds. Given Twisted... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Chris Meichtry on October 25, 2010 under Reviews
Initially announced over three years ago, Hydrophobia has been quite the labor of love. This is very apparent when you take a look at the fantastic water physics that everyone has been praising, but when you focus on other aspects of the game, one has to wonder just how much attention the developers gave to everything else. The game certainly has a few interesting things to offer, but it doe... more.
Wii Party Review
0 CommentsPosted by Chris Meichtry on under Reviews
You've probably seen some of the commercials for Wii Party by now, and if you're like me, you might be feeling a bit put-off by them. They don't do such a great job of making the game look appealing and you just know they're overselling it a tad. I mean, come on, everybody knows you can't have that much fun spending time with your family. But hey, this is Nintendo we're talking about. Thes... more.
Super Meat Boy Review
1 CommentsPosted by Chris Meichtry on October 20, 2010 under Articles & News, Reviews
This game is hard. Really hard. If you are one of the folks who thought challenging platform games such as Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels, N+, or 'Splosion Man were a bit too tough, then Super Meat Boy probably isn't for you. If you can't stand the thought of replaying the same stage at least a hundred times just to collect a bandage, let alone beat the level, then Super Meat Boy probab... more.