30 Reviews in 30 Days, Day 22 – Rise of the Argonauts

Rise of the Argonauts was one of those games many people never played. An action RPG set in Greek Mythology, it received rather lukewarm reviews. leading many gamers to skip it entirely. I was intrigued by it, however, and I was still a member of Gamelfy at the time it came out, I decided to […]

30 Reviews in 30 Days, Day 18 – Secret Armory of General Knoxx

It’s no secret: I really enjoyed Borderlands. The game really took me by surprise. It was not on my radar at all until I heard more and more gamers talking about how much they were enjoying it. I got it, started playing with Yuoma from the site, and in no time I was hooked. The […]

30 Reviews in 30 Days, Day 14 – Section 8: Prejudice

I am probably one of the few people you will meet who both played and enjoyed the original┬áSection 8. Yes, I will admit it basically did not have a single player campaign, but Timegate did enough unique things with the multiplayer for that game that it was enjoyable. Unfortunately, not many people did play it, […]

30 Reviews in 30 Days, Day 13 – The Testament of Sherlock Holmes

Three kids playing around in an attic stumble upon a book hidden in a puppet of John Watson. As they start to read it, they discover a lost journal of what may have been Sherlock Holmes’ final case, one which would push the relationship between him and Watson to the very brink. Thus begins┬áThe Testament […]

30 Reviews in 30 Days, Day 11 – Batman: Arkham City

One of the reasons I have been excited to do this 30 Reviews in 30 Days was I wanted to revisit some reviews for games I loved but other members of the EDG Crew actually reviewed. It just so happened this gave me a chance to review the PC version of Alan Wake and compare […]

30 Reviews in 30 Days, Day 10 – Shatter

My first introduction to Shatter was via the Game Music Bundle 2. The soundtrack, composed by Module, was included, and it did not take long for that to become my favorite soundtrack in that bundle. As I have mentioned before on the podcast, the music has a certain Daft Punk feel without the attitude. I […]