Justin Amirkhani

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World of Warcraft: Cataclysm (PC) Review 1

World of Warcraft: Cataclysm (PC) Review

With over 12 million players World of Warcraft players worldwide, Azeroth has a population approaching half the size of Canada. Considering the immense amount of

Splatterhouse (XBOX 360) Review 1

Splatterhouse (XBOX 360) Review

Splatterhouse is not a good game. It’s glitchy, poorly written, derivative, repetitive, and offers nothing in the form of stimulation other than cheap thrills. It’s

Kinect Sports (XBOX 360) Review 1

Kinect Sports (XBOX 360) Review

Every new piece of technology needs a tech demo to accompany it and Kinect Sports is very much the tech demo for Kinect. However, there’s

Sonic Free Riders (XBOX 360) Review 1

Sonic Free Riders (XBOX 360) Review

For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction, and for every grand or innovative breakthrough in game design there is a proportionally terrible

Dance Central (XBOX 360) Review 1

Dance Central (XBOX 360) Review

Of all the games that highlight Kinect’s step away from the traditional hardcore gamer, Dance Central is the most obvious among them. Gamers have enjoyed

Blood Stone 007 (XBOX 360) Review 1

Blood Stone 007 (XBOX 360) Review

Stylish, clever and efficient; James Bond is all things his most recent video game is not. Blood Stone 007 is the first non-movie Bond game

Super Meat Boy (XBOX 360) Review 1

Super Meat Boy (XBOX 360) Review

It is impossible to avoid swearing while playing Super Meat Boy. It doesn’t matter if you’re Ned Flanders, the game just doesn’t allow you to

Medal of Honor (XBOX 360) Review 1

Medal of Honor (XBOX 360) Review

Single Player Video games have a tendency to glorify war.  No military conflict is ever won by a single man, yet there are countless games

Dead Rising 2 (XBOX 360) Review 2

Dead Rising 2 (XBOX 360) Review

Jean-Paul Satre once wrote “Hell is other people” and in a zombie apocalypse no phrase could be truer. Dead or alive the people surrounding Chuck

Hawx 2 (XBOX 360) Review 1

Hawx 2 (XBOX 360) Review

Soaring through the air at 500 km/h while a pack of Russian insurgents tries their best to send you hurtling towards the ground with their

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