It’s another one of those weeks that has a few decent things to chose from, but let’s be honest, it’s all about one very big release, Gears of War 3.
It’s back to school season, and you know what that means – a massive dose of new games to immediately distract you from your studies.
It’s sequel city this week, as fans of football, shooting stuff and sexy vampires get a much needed brand new dose of medicine.
This week, three favorites make a return with some modern day flourishes. It’s all about being online, in high definition and in three dimensions.
There’s only two stand outs this time around (which is two more than last week’s), but they’re at least the cream of the crop, easily some of the best this year has to offer, and that’s seriously no exaggeration.
Believe it or not, this summer’s hottest game actually lands this week! Plus two other titles that certainly aren’t too shabby either.
The two standouts this week include the wild west in modern day L.A., and a whole new world that’s ready to be rebuilt from the ground up, literally.
It’s a great week if you’re into the college life: football, illicit substances, and science experiments gone wrong!
After last week’s big releases, things are a bit on the light side. But there’s still plenty for those who love monkeys and hate bugs.
This week is all about blasting zombies, delivering flaming uppercuts, and… getting in shape?
The third chapter of what many consider to be one of the must criminally underrated survival horror experiences is back at last.
It’s another big week for releases as one of the most beloved games of all time jumps into the third dimension.
After a slow couple of weeks, the heavy guns are coming out with some long awaited sequels finally showing their game faces.
It’s E3 week and everyone’s looking ahead to what’s coming up, yet this week deserves attention for two very big heavy hitters.
Unfortunately, another slow week. Through two standouts, one a brand new IP from a trusted source and the other is the ultimate edition of a proven hit. Should be more than enough, right?