Army Of Two Retro Review: Almost Better Than The Sequels

Army of Two Retro Review

Title: Army of Two
Genre: Third-Person Shooter
Players: 1 – 2 (split-screen or online)
Platforms: Xbox 360, PS3
Developer: EA Montreal
Publisher: Electronic Arts
Release Date: March 4th, 2008

EA Montreal wasn’t always a converged, third-world country-tier development outfit that housed diversity hires and produced useless games that appeal to no one except the Twitterati and mentally ill sycophants. There was a time when Electronic Arts was keen on making games for real gamers, and between 2007 and 2013 they sort of did that. Army of Two was one of their experimental titles that started a short lived franchise throughout the late aughts. Continue reading “Army Of Two Retro Review: Almost Better Than The Sequels”

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”

Brutal Legend Retro Review: The Last Original AAA Game

Brutal Legend Retro Review

Title: Brütal Legend
Genre: Adventure/RTS/Hack-and-Slash
Platforms: PS3, Xbox 360, PC (Reviewed)
Developer: Double Fine Productions
Publisher: Electronic Arts
Release Date: October 13th, 2009

Since they don’t make good games anymore in the AAA space that aren’t woke or full of alphabet degeneracy, I’ve been sinking my time into my back catalog of games across home consoles and PC. The latest game to strike my fancy is a game I originally ignored when it came out because it seemed like the marketing team didn’t know how to promote the game, and since EA didn’t seem to know what to do with Brutal Legend, I promptly ignored it when it first came out. I can safely say that was a big mistake on my part because this game is chock full of testosterone, a badass soundtrack, hot chicks with big jiggly tits, and a flawed but fun combat system. Continue reading “Brutal Legend Retro Review: The Last Original AAA Game”

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”

Rise Of Argonauts Retro Review: Identity Crisis

Rise of Argonauts Review

Title: Rise of Argonauts
Genre: Adventure
Platforms: Xbox 360, PS3, PC (Reviewed)
Developer: Liquid Entertainment
Publisher: Codemasters
Release Date: December 12th, 2008

Liquid Entertainment and Codemasters’ Rise of Argonauts was one of those cash-in games that came out during the $60 craze where everyone and their mother thought that their title was worth the high-price of entry, even when they clearly weren’t worth the asking price. Continue reading “Rise Of Argonauts Retro Review: Identity Crisis”

Mortal Kombat 9, Mortal Kombat Komplete Edition Pulled From Stores

Mortal Kombat 9

NetherRealm Studios and Warner Bros. Entertainment have apparently been culling the Mortal Kombat games from digital storefronts. Both Mortal Kombat 9 and Mortal Kombat Komplete Edition have been pulled from stores, with reports that the online multiplayer functionality for both will be shut down. Continue reading “Mortal Kombat 9, Mortal Kombat Komplete Edition Pulled From Stores”

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”

Ghostbusters The Video Game Review: The Real Ghostbusters 3

Ghostbusters The Video Game Review

Title: Ghostbusters The Video Game
Players: 1
Platforms: PC (Reviewed), PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One
Genre: Third-Person Shooter
Developer: Terminal Velocity
Publisher: Sony, Atari, Mad Dog Games
Release Date: June, 2009

Given that newer AAA games are all designed to be vehicles for Left-wing agitprop, filled with strong ugly women who don’t need no man, pro-refuge nonsense, and more LGBTQIAPEDO crap than you can shake a stick at, I’ve opted to stop playing most new releases. Normal human beings just don’t find that kind of propaganda entertaining nor is any normal person fond of the Left’s agenda being irrumated into every facet of media. Continue reading “Ghostbusters The Video Game Review: The Real Ghostbusters 3”

Take-Two Harasses Red Dead Redemption Mod Creator

Take Two

The current state of the AAA industry is one in which companies will do everything short of catering to their audience in order to make money. Increasingly being brought before government oversight over pushing gambling onto children with exploitative designs patented to increase engagement and spending with industry lobbyists denying emphatically the behavior exists. At a time when all eyes both regulatory and civilian are on them, this is the time when the industry needs to appear squeaky clean, even saintly. Take Two Interactive has other ideas, however. Continue reading “Take-Two Harasses Red Dead Redemption Mod Creator”

Metal Gear Solid 5 Cheats Offer Unlimited GMP, God Mode

Metal Gear Solid 5 Cheats

Metal Gear Solid V is an old game, no doubt, but people love utilizing cheats to get ahead, manipulate the maps, skip certain missions, or quickly acquire the necessary funds to upgrade their base. For those of you still playing the game looking for a way to bamboozle your way past a segment, or wiz-kid your behind through a difficult area, there are some updated cheat trainers to help with that. Continue reading “Metal Gear Solid 5 Cheats Offer Unlimited GMP, God Mode”

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””

Xbox Community Standards Updated To Discourage “Problematic” Content, Behavior

Xbox Toxic Gamers

Microsoft updated the code of conduct for using Xbox Live with a new Community Standards Page over on the official Xbox website. The updated page went live on May 1st, 2019, outlining the encouragement of safe “trash talk” and discouraging “problematic” content and behavior. Continue reading “Xbox Community Standards Updated To Discourage “Problematic” Content, Behavior”

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