Monthly Archive: November 2011

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim review for PS3, Xbox 360, PC

If Bethesda does one thing extremely well, it’s crafting incredibly immersive, ridiculously large worlds for their fans to run around in. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is no exception to that rule.

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LEGO Harry Potter Years 5 to 7 review for PS3, Xbox 360, Wii

LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5-7 might not be the best name for a video game ever, but it is another fun entry into the long running LEGO series of kid friendly titles.

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James Noir's Hollywood Crimes review for 3DS

FMV actors, awful dialogue, who brought back the Sega CD?!

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Dynasty Warriors 7 Xtreme Legends review for PS3

World history would have been a cooler subject if KOEI had taught it.

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The King of Fighters XIII review for PS3, Xbox 360

Can you have 13 versions of this game and not include an actual King? Tekken fans weep.

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WWE '12 review for PS3, Xbox 360

Sin Cara botching simulator 2012.

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Pre-order Deadliest Warrior: Ancient Combat from GameStop, get 2 exclusive episodes of the show

Want to take on the deadliest warriors in history and get some neat pre-order bonuses?  Well GameStop revealed today that those who pre-order a copy of Deadliest Warrior: Ancient Combat will get 2 additional full episodes of the Spike TV show as well. For fans of the show, that's not a bad incentive to throw down some cash. Check …

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The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword review for Wii

We’ve all grown used to a particular level of quality in regards to console Zelda titles, but as a long time Zelda fan that has started to grow weary of going through the motions in every game, Skyward Sword felt like a breath of fresh air.

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Dungeon Defenders review for XBLA

Orcs, goblins, towers, magic, equipment and castles are all involved. But assuming one has done all this before would be a mistake.

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Skylanders: Spyro’s Adventure review for PS3, Xbox 360, Wii

Toy collecting teams up with video games, and it actually works.

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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 review for PS3, Xbox 360

The misadventures of Soap and Price. Also, killing dudes.

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