Review: Mortal Kombat

Ed Boon and John Tobias gave arcade players around the world the most violent, bloodiest and goriest games to hit arcade cabinets in 1992 when Midway released the original Mortal Kombat. The franchise originally spawned two sequels before it started to head into a different direction. After that, numerous spin off beat ‘em style titles…

The UnderGarden Review

I love simplistic things with little animals such as puppies and cats. You’re floating through an underwater garden, luminescent plants and fruits bursting through the ground as you touch them. You can pick up little musicians to softly spread their music across the sea as the follow behind you. Peaceful, eh? But there’s something about…

Mass Effect 2 Review

“Nobody wants to admit it, but humanity is under attack” – Illusive Man I’m going to feel like such a hypocrite once I’m done with this review. As one of the greatest RPG series of this generation, The Mass Effect franchise has finally made its way to the PlayStation 3 system with Mass Effect 2,…

DJ Hero 2 Review

Music have taken more than a downfall these last two years. However, FreeStyle Games and Activison released DJ Hero in October of 2009 to a successful surprise. The game was praised for its original soundtrack, unique gameplay and for delivering a new formula to music games. However, the game lacked any good multiplayer and didn’t…

Call of Duty: Black Ops Review

It is finally here…but how is it? Call of Duty has evolved into something more than your average first person shooter. With the release of Modern Warfare 2, the hit series turned into a blockbuster franchise. It won many awards and was successful both critically and commercially. Now, a year after its release, Treyarch brings…

Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood Review

The Liberation of Roma Has Begun Assassin’s Creed released in 2007 and successfully mixed parkour and open-world gameplay with an unpredictable story. Assassin’s Creed II had more depth and righted all the wrongs from the first game. Brotherhood was probably the least anticipated installment among fans as many were unsure whether this was a canonical…

Def Jam: Rapstar Review

Rock has Guitar Hero and Rock Band. Electronic and Dance has DJ Hero. Even Pop has Band Hero. Where does Hip Hop stand in the music game genre? SingStar attempts to include some Hip Hop, but doesn’t provide a good rapping experience. Guitar Hero and Rock Band make rapping seem like no skill is required.…

GH:WoR Guitar Review

Despite the lack of innovative new gameplay changes, Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock puts the rock back in the Guitar Hero world. To help bring rock back, RedOctane has put together a new Guitar Hero controller. How well does this new piece of art work? iGG is here to let you know. The Guitar Hero:…