Sony and Hasbro Shows Off Spider-man During E3

By kastor417 - June 12, 2018
Continue Reading
Now Viewing: Game Korner
March 22, 2012

Mass Effect 3’s Campaign Falls Short of Expectations

Mass Effect 3 hit shelves earlier this month to record hype– the fervor emanating from Bioware’s rabid fanbase was almost insurmountable. I personally was dizzy with excitement on March 5th just waiting for the hours to run down to 12am so I could speed home and begin a marathon playthrough of the game that would…


February 24, 2012

Jackie’s Back With Some New Tricks in Darkness II

When Starbreeze Studios released The Darkness on consoles in 2007, they successfully breathed new life into an aging license. Now, five years later, the sequel sports a new developer, a reworked control scheme, and radically new visuals. The result capitalizes on the strengths of the original source material while providing, for the most part, an…


December 14, 2011

Saints Row: The Third – Your New Guilty Pleasure

Modern video games have evolved into something of an art form; able to deliver complex and thought-provoking narratives with realistic characters and situations that you can truly invest yourself in, providing a cinematic experience to the player.  The Saint’s Row series, however, throws any semblance of balance and realism out the window in favor of…


November 15, 2011

Otomedius Excellent is the Breast Shooter Around

When a game advertises itself as a spiritual successor to the legendary Gradius, shooter fans are bound to take notice.  After all, in the mid eighties, vertical and side-scrolling shooters ruled coin-op arcades and Gradius was among the best.  Enter Otomedius Excellent which, while aping the old-school formula, shows us how far games in this…


October 16, 2011

NYCC: Max Payne 3 Preview

The first two entries in the Max Payne series remain some of my favorite games of all time – specifically because of the excellent narratives that they were built around. Developer Remedy Entertainment had really nailed their execution of a modern film noir story.  Told through a series of graphic novel styled frames, Max’s gravelly…


October 16, 2011

NYCC: Shoot Many Robots Preview

Boston-based Demiurge Studios is currently known for their supporting roles in developing games like BioShock & Mass Effect and, in early 2012, they will be unleashing their first original title, “Shoot Many Robots” – the most aptly named video game of all time, to Xbox Live Arcade, PlayStation Network, and PC. I had the opportunity…