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Nintendo Switch: The Popgeeks Review

by Peter Paltridgeon March 7, 2017
Nintendo is a very strange company. They operate by their own rules and work by their own invented logic. This kind of strategy would sink most corporations quickly, but Nintendo has always survived — to make more mistakes. And whenever they do address a mistake and correct it, they usually make several new ones in […]

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Review: Razer Hydra Portal 2 Bundle (PC)

by Eileen Cruzon February 28, 2013
Razer, a company associated with competitive, hardcore gaming has truly impressed me with its PC gaming-grade motion sensing controller. The Razer Hydra coupled with Valve’s Portal 2, brings out the full PC Motion Control potential that is sure to impress all other gamers.  Discuss on our forums

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Review: R.A.W. Realms of Ancient War (XBLA)

by Eileen Cruzon October 1, 2012
Realms of Ancient War or RAW (not to be confused with the game with sweaty dudes grappling in tights), comes at a time  when the market is pretty well saturated with loot-based hack’n’slash RPGs. Is RAW one of the ones worth your money? Discuss on our forums

Walking Dead Downloadable Game, Xbox 360

by Alejandro Delgadilloon July 24, 2012
The Walking Dead brought to us by Telltale games for PS3 and Xbox 360. I’d heard good things about the game(s) from a friend and decided to give it a chance. The graphics caught my attention right away, comic book like coloring overlaid on 3d models. The graphics over all are enjoyable and almost cheery […]

Coraline, Neil Gaiman

by Alejandro Delgadilloon July 23, 2012
I immensely enjoyed Gaiman’s “Books Of Magic” and “Sandman” , however this would be the first novel i’ve read of his. In “Coraline” Gaiman’s usual dark and dry sense of humor translates beautifully into a children’s tale, lending a gothic feel. Anyone who has seen the eponymous move, would know that Coraline is not what […]

James Herbert, “The Dark” Book Review

by Alejandro Delgadilloon June 22, 2012
As a horror fan, there is nothing I enjoy more than discovering a (to me) unknown author in the genre. It was with this that I approached James Herbert’s “The Dark”, the basic premise being a darkness descends that begins to drive people mad. There are other factors of course, a psychic investigator whose mentor […]

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Review: White Knight Chronicles II

by Eileen Cruzon September 24, 2011
The original White Knight Chronicles was met with relatively poor reception. With tons of additional content and a remastered version of the original, does White Knight Chronicles II deserve a spot in your gaming collection? Discuss on our forums

Review: Captain America: Super Soldier

by Eileen Cruzon July 31, 2011
Captain America: Super Soldier is SEGA’s latest attempt at a solid super-hero video game. Does it fail to impress like Iron Man and Thor, or does it manage to execute a solid range of ideas? Hit the break to view the verdict. Discuss on our forums

Review: Dynasty Warriors 7

by Eileen Cruzon April 14, 2011
The Dynasty Warriors franchise has been one of the most productive and well received in the hack and slash genre. The latest addition, Dynasty Warriors 7 adds a few notable differences; however does it finally make the proper leap to this generation? Or is it just another mediocre experience? Hit the break for our verdict. […]

Review: Killzone 3

by Eileen Cruzon March 4, 2011
After our brief hands-on of Killzone 3 at last year’s E3, we came away from the show psyched to play the latest iteration in the Killzone franchise. Killzone 3 is now available worldwide. Does Killzone 3 facilitate itself as the king of first-person shooters? Or does it crumble under the weight of expectations. Discuss on […]

Review: Cabela’s Dangerous Hunts 2011

by Eileen Cruzon February 25, 2011
When you think of hunting games you think of two names, Buck Hunter and Cabela’s. The hunting genre has always been an interesting one. They don’t have blockbuster sales like first person shooter’s or RPG’s, but they have a very distinct fan base.Some of the most successful hunting games are the arcade Buck Hunter’s with […]

Review: Cabela's Dangerous Hunts 2011

by Eileen Cruzon February 25, 2011
When you think of hunting games you think of two names, Buck Hunter and Cabela’s. The hunting genre has always been an interesting one. They don’t have blockbuster sales like first person shooter’s or RPG’s, but they have a very distinct fan base.Some of the most successful hunting games are the arcade Buck Hunter’s with […]