Payday: The Heist (PS3) Review

Zack Kotzer


Payday: The Heist (PS3) Review 1

Payday: The Heist (PS3) Review

Some of us played Red-A when we were kids, some of us played Cops & Robbers. Admittedly, some of us probably played both. But many of us, today, have played Counter Strike, Left 4 Dead and other atmosphere changing games where we shoot people endlessly somewhere on the other end of a screen. Many of […]
Okabu (PS3) Review 1

Okabu (PS3) Review

  In 2008, small-house developers HandCircus released Rolado, a LocoRoco-looking but generally original action puzzle game that was, at the time, a rarity. It was a legitimate iOS game, the first of many, and well ahead of the pack. This year, HandCircus is treading new ground, though mostly new grounds for them. Okabu, a 3D […]
Driver: San Francisco (XBOX 360) Review 1

Driver: San Francisco (XBOX 360) Review

The last time I played any of Reflections’ Driver games was 2004’s Driv3r, the execrable lame-duck iteration that like so many other games of the time steered itself towards a GTA vibe in hopes of riding shotgun. I had not been following Driver: San Francisco, the first next-gen joy ride for the series, I only knew Ubisoft […]
Might & Magic: Clash of Heroes HD (XBOX 360) Review 1

Might & Magic: Clash of Heroes HD (XBOX 360) Review

In late 2009, Capybara Games released Critter Crunch, a much talked about gem of puzzle gem games, which not only showed an imaginative force in the small studio but also that the old genre still had a lot of kick for the imaginative. Within the same gasp of time they also gave us Might & […]
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Joe Shuster Awards: Super Talented Super Men, Women and Nerds

It’s a great season for awards fans, but once the Oscars end I fear we who need reaffirmation of the arts and multimedia we like will be without a glitzy lifesaver. Or at least without one that isn’t MTV related. Worry not reader. Seriously, don’t worry so much. 


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