Wildmatt reviews a game he’s been waiting for ages! Was it worth the wait? Are the references funny? Watch to find out.
It’s Adem Stiner again,and it’s another Late to the Game, this time I’m revirewing Batman Arkham Asylum.
Wildmatt reviews SFxT from the App Store. It’s pretty enjoyable, but is it great? Watch to find out!
The FAIOR crew review the 3rd episode of Telltale’s The Walking Dead series.
Check out Nero’s review of New Super Mario Bros. 2. Was keeping the word “new” in the title worth it, or does this just feel like the rest? Read the review to find out!
It’s Adem Stiner again, and it’s time for another review. This time I go back to good old 1986 and visit with some friends in Hill Valley in Back To The Future the Game. Is it worth having it on your to play list? Find out here at Megascorcher TV.
Kurbzz, Wildmatt & JokerZ give you their thoughts on this title’s first 2 episodes! It was a good time, probably one of our best reviews!
Warning: Contains spoilers.
It’s Adem Stiner again, and it’s time for another review. This time I’m stomping some orks in Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine. Is it worth having it on your to play list? Find out here at Megascorcher TV.
Sonic 4 Episode 1 was a pleasant surprise when it came out. Does Episode 2 live up to the expectations set by the first? Not exactly.
It’s not entirely bad however, the gameplay refinements are nicely done, it does feel a lot more like Sonic 2 in terms of the momentum and feel. The graphics are appealing, nothing too fancy, but it’s nice. The tag team moves are fun, destroying stuff rolling in a ball was sweet, swimming and flying were alright, definitely makes it easier to navigate. Some of the boss battles start off by making you believe they are just rehashed old battles, but then reveal something entirely new, which was a cool touch. The chaos emeralds make a return to the classic half pipe style, Sonic 2 special stages. Honestly, these are the only good parts of the game I have to talk about, let’s move on to why I think the game is not great.
It’s Adem Stiner, and this time I’m reviewing Bastion. The game has a unique art style and a different way of telling the story. Is Bastion worth playing? Watch the review to find out.