Xbox 360 Reviews
The 80s was a decade that brought us testosterone driven films like The Terminator and First Blood, paired with a healthy serving of electro-pop music and ridiculous looking parachute pants. For those of you longing for a dose of nostalgia, Far Cry 3 is back with a revamped downloadable spinoff
Honestly speaking, I’ve never been a huge fan of poker themed titles. Although the fundamentals have been faithfully executed, each release has failed to replicate a genuine poker experience on the current-gen systems. That is until now.
Last year, the award-winning Dishonored delighted us with its open-ended approach and engrossing world. Opposite the previous released Dunwall City Trails, The Knife of Dunwall is the first piece of story-based DLC and it introduces new environments and gameplay mechanics for a small admission fee.
Originally titled Avatar Motocross Madness, this XBLA exclusive is a revival of the long-dormant PC series from the ’90s. Known for its realistic bike physics, varied tricks and intense crashes, this version blends all three with an arcade feel, making it a fun and accessible motocross title for everyone.
With expectations high, gamers anxiously awaited this year’s most talked about release, Bioshock Infinite. Since release of the original Bioshock, 2K and Irrational Games banded together to bring there most recent title of a city not immersed in the sea but suspended in the sky.
Appearing on Steam back in 2011, the temptation to dismiss Terraria as a simple 2D replica of Mojang’s juggernaut is an injustice. Although it utilizes a similar mining and shelter building mechanic, the heavy focus on side-scrolling combat, boss fights, and intricate weaponry makes it feel more like a Metroidvania style game we would’ve played on the SNES.