Front Mission Evolved Retro Review: Hot Chicks And Big Wanzers

Title: Front Mission Evolved
Players: 1 – 4 (online)
Genre: Third-Person Shooter
Platformers: Xbox 360, PS3, PC
Developer: Double Helix Games
Publisher: Square Enix
Release Date: Sept 16th, 2010

Since AAA publishers refuse to make games for real gamers and have resolved to filling their games with “modern” approach, many of us have had to resort to playing only games in our back catalog. One game that was well worth the journey into the seventh gen history books is Square Enix and Konami’s Front Mission Evolved, a third-person mech shooter for the Xbox 360, PS3, and PC, featuring hot chicks and plenty of big robots to boot. Continue reading “Front Mission Evolved Retro Review: Hot Chicks And Big Wanzers”

Army Of Two: The 40th Day Retro Review: A Manly Co-op Game From A Bygone Era

Army of Two 40th Day Review

Title: Army of Two: The 40th Day
Genre: Third-Person Shooter
Players: 1 – 2 (co-op online or split-screen)
Platforms: Xbox 360, PS3
Developer: EA Montreal
Publisher: Electronic Arts
Release Date: January 12th, 2010

They really don’t make ’em like this anymore. As some of you know I’ve gone back to playing and reviewing older games since almost every new AAA title is filled with pozzed degeneracy and Left-wing propaganda. Now while I don’t have a whole lot of good to say about Army of Two: The 40th Day, which is a sequel to the 2008 outing of Army of Two, I can readily say that it’s a testosterone-filled third-person shooter that sits at home as a decent (if not moderately entertaining) Gears of War clone that came out during the heyday of the brown-and-gray palette monopoly. Continue reading “Army Of Two: The 40th Day Retro Review: A Manly Co-op Game From A Bygone Era”

Captain America Super Soldier Retro Review: A Much Needed Hero For Gaming

Captain America Super Soldier Review

Title: Captain America: Super Soldier
Genre: Beat-’em-up
Platforms: Xbox 360, Wii, PS3 (Reviewed)
Developer Next Level Games
Publisher: Sega
Release Date: June 15th, 2011

As you know, newer games are all pozzed so I’ve been going through my back catalog to play some of the titles I missed from the yesteryears before Social Justice Warriors co-opted the entire media industry. One such game that caught my eye was Next Level Games’ tie-in to the live-action super hero flick, Captain America: First Avenger. Continue reading “Captain America Super Soldier Retro Review: A Much Needed Hero For Gaming”

Prince Of Persia 2008 Retro Review: Bargain Bin Prince

Title: Prince of Persia (2008)
Players: 1
Genre: Platformer
Platforms: Xbox 360, PS3, PC (Reviewed)
Developer: POP Team
Publisher: Ubisoft
Release Date: December 2nd, 2008 Continue reading “Prince Of Persia 2008 Retro Review: Bargain Bin Prince”

The Wheelman Retro Review: Vin Diesel’s Barcelona Playground

The Wheelman Review

Title: The Wheelman
Players: 1
Platforms: PC (Reviewed), PS3, Xbox 360
Developer: Tigon Studios
Publisher: Midway Games/Ubisoft
Release Date: March 24, 2009

Since developers continue to make woke pieces of crap in [current year] and publishers continue to fund woke pieces of crap, I’m continuing to dive into my back catalog of games and review titles that I actually found interesting, unique, overlooked, or just plain fun to play in my down time. One such game is the short-lived Tgon Studios’ exotic action-racer, The Wheelman, which starred Vin Diesel and his steel-grated voice. Continue reading “The Wheelman Retro Review: Vin Diesel’s Barcelona Playground”

Kane And Lynch Retro Review: Clumsy Nihilism

Kane and Lynch Review

Title: Kane & Lynch: Dead Men
Players: 1 – 2 (co-op) 2 – 8 (online)
Platforms: PC (Reviewed), PS3, Xbox 360
Developer: IO Interactive
Publisher: Eidos/Square Enix
Release Date: November 13th, 2007

Kane & Lynch: Dead Men is one of those games where the controversy surrounding the game was bigger than anything dealing with the game itself. Namely, Gerstmanngate, which involved Jeff Gerstmann getting fired from Gamespot because he gave the game an above-average 6 out of 10 during a time when Eidos was advertising on the website, which set the seeds as a proto-#GamerGate. Continue reading “Kane And Lynch Retro Review: Clumsy Nihilism”

Bethesda Seemingly Fixes Doom 1 And Doom 2 Re-Download Xbox “Bug”

Bethesda has been really proactive this time around regarding the latest glitches that have surfaced, and it’s not the “good” kind of activity. The focus this time around is on Doom 1 and Doom 2 as featured in the new Doom Trilogy pack. The said pack has a lot of issues that somehow affected the Xbox 360 versions. But lo, Bethesda has seemingly addressed the “bug.” Continue reading “Bethesda Seemingly Fixes Doom 1 And Doom 2 Re-Download Xbox “Bug””

May Games With Gold Titles Announced For Xbox One And Xbox 360, Are Abysmal

Microsoft has announced its Games with Gold collection for May and, well, they’re technically games. I try to be open-minded about these things, but this month’s roster has me wondering if the bottom of the barrel has truly been reached. Continue reading “May Games With Gold Titles Announced For Xbox One And Xbox 360, Are Abysmal”

Xbox Live User Was Temporarily Suspended For Using The Gamertag “Jesus Is Lord”

Xbox Live Ban

Microsoft temporarily suspended a user on Xbox Live for changing their name to something that Microsoft considered to be “inappropriate content”. What was the gamertag? “xxJesusIsLordxx”. Without the ‘X’s it’s just “Jesus is Lord”. Continue reading “Xbox Live User Was Temporarily Suspended For Using The Gamertag “Jesus Is Lord””

Crackdown 3 Comparison Video Shows Crackdown 1 Has Better Physics, AI, Gameplay, Animations

Crackdown vs Crackdown 1

The eighth generation of gaming has been one of the worst generations in the history of gaming, not because of graphics or sound or production budgets, but in terms of the fun factors being worse than games made a generation ago (and that’s not even to mention things like censorship, the microtransactions, loot boxes, and anti-consumer practices, but I digress). Continue reading “Crackdown 3 Comparison Video Shows Crackdown 1 Has Better Physics, AI, Gameplay, Animations”

Crackdown 2 Now Available On Xbox One Free Of Charge

If you’re looking for something to play this weekend, you might be interested to know that Crackdown 2 has now been added to the growing list of titles supported by Xbox One backward compatibility. You might be even more interested to know that it’s 100 percent free. Continue reading “Crackdown 2 Now Available On Xbox One Free Of Charge”

Xbox Games With Gold For January, 2019 Includes WRC 6, Far Cry 2, Celeste

WRC 6

Microsoft’s four free games for the month of January includes two old-school classics, a game that SJWs love, and an actual game that’s high quality and well made. Continue reading “Xbox Games With Gold For January, 2019 Includes WRC 6, Far Cry 2, Celeste”

Xbox Games With Gold For December Get Downvoted By Xbox Gamers

XBox Live Games With Gold December

If you wanted a selection of forgettable games to tide you over during Christmas, well, Microsoft was sure thinking about you. The December, 2018 Games With Gold line-up was revealed and oh boy are they not good at all. Continue reading “Xbox Games With Gold For December Get Downvoted By Xbox Gamers”