Choplifter was the very first game I ever purchased for my first game console, the Sega Master System. I had a lot of fond memories playing Choplifter, both good and bad. Good memories of mastering the early levels of the game, and less than good memories at the frustration I experienced later on. Back then, much like now, I wasn’t exactly what one would call a highly skilled gamer. When I heard that an HD remake was coming, excitement quickly ramped up. If you are reading this review, you surely must have questions. Does this game harken back to the good old days? Have they improved upon the formula at all? Is it worth the fifteen dollars? About that
Assassin’s Creed: Revelations is the last in the Assassin’s Creed 2 Trilogy from Ubisoft. This game brings players the conclusion of the story of the protagonist, Ezio Auditore da Firenze. The one thing about this title which was jarring from the start would be that the Ezio that is playable, isn’t the Ezio that fans have remembered in the past two installments of this trilogy. The story of the Ezio shown here is that of an aged hero in his 50s. Although many years have passed, and the story now takes place in modern day Turkey, Ezio is as sharp as ever and ready to deal out just oodles of violence, but gratuitous amounts of it.
As what will almost certainly be one of the last first party games created for the Nintendo DS, Kirby Mass Attack is a fitting tribute. It is effortlessly charming, deceptively simple, and absolutely adorable without going into the realm of cavity-causing sweetness. It allows you to choose your own level of engagement, whether that is to romp though without a care in the world, or to take on the challenge of getting every collectable and gold medal. Which ever way you go, you are sure to have a great time with Kirby Mass Attack.
The Holidays would not be complete without the release of a Call of Duty game. In fact, the economy may even have suffered without it. Fortunately for all of us Modern Warfare 3 will fill your heart with the familiar sounds of gunfire and explosions. For better or worse MW3 is extremely similar to past titles in the series. Some will find this comforting while others will be left wanting more innovation.
First off let’s get this out of the way – There are no late hits in NFL Blitz. I know this is shocking to some and it may sound like the heart of the game has been ripped out, but I assure you this one missing component is no reason to avoid this game. NFL …