Assassin’s Creed Rogue – Review

Assassin’s Creed Rogue follows the story of Shay Patrick Cormac. You’ll experience Shay’s life both as an assassin and as a Templar as he is constantly trying to do what he feels is right for both himself as well as the world as a whole. This means joining the Templar order and helping them to…

Watch Dogs – Review

Watch Dogs is about the story of Aiden Pearce and, to a lesser extent, the city of Chicago itself. Almost immediately after beginning Watch Dogs you witness a tragedy that took place in the past which serves as one of Aiden’s motivation throughout the campaign. Watch Dogs is a story about revenge as well as…

Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag – Review

Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag follows the adventures of Edward Kenway, a privateer that eventually turns into a pirate assassin. With that kind of premise, how could you go wrong? Fortunately Ubisoft didn’t, delivering to us a truly amazing game that is not only the most immersive Assassin’s Creed yet, but also the most beautiful…

Rayman Legends – Review

When Rayman Legends was first announced it was revealed as a Wii U exclusive. The Wii U has had a rough first year on the market and because of that Ubisoft decided to put Rayman Legends on other platforms as well. The game was done back in February but it was held back until September…

Splinter Cell: Blacklist – Review

Sam Fisher is back and it is time for him to save the world once more. In Splinter Cell Blacklist, Sam Fisher forms a new team with a familiar face as 4th Echelon must race around the world in an attempt to stop the Engineers. The U.S. has a military presence in two thirds of…

Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon – Review

Far Cry 3 Blood Dragon has arrived and it brings with it a healthy dose of 80s reverence. From the moment you start the campaign you will immediately notice the over the top 80s nostalgia in the dialogue, cinematics, soundtrack and more. The game opens up with you in a helicopter raining down as much…

From Dust – Review

From Dust is the latest title to hit XBLA from Microsoft’s annual Summer of Arcade promotion. From Dust is in the “god game” genre, however, with a different twist. In most games of this genre you have total control over everything. In this game the only thing you really have control over is the land.…

Shaun White Skateboarding – Review

Shaun White Skateboarding is Ubisoft’s entry into the skateboarding genre that was once dominated by Activision, however, in recent years, EA has come along and claimed the crown with the Skate franchise. In Shaun White Skateboarding you have to deal with the Ministry who is all about conformity. The world is a really dull blue…