REVIEW: LEGO BATMAN 3: BEYOND GOTHAM (3DS)

I love Lego Marvel Super Heroes, completing it 100% on the Xbox 360 and mere months later when I purchased a PS4, I double-dipped on the game, again reaching 100% completion. I also loved it so much that I picked up the 3DS version of the game, subtitled “Universe in Peril,” and I thought it…

REVIEW: LEGO BATMAN 3: BEYOND GOTHAM (PS4)

Everyone has their first Lego game, whether it was Star Wars, Indiana Jones or one of the countless others, but for me, it was 2008’s Lego Batman. Since that game I’ve seen the Lego franchise really develop into something special with its sequel Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes, which introduced both voice to cut-scenes…

REVIEW: UNCANNY X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST (iOS)

NOTE: GAME WAS PLAYED ON iPOD TOUCH 5 A trend that has developed with every major comic themed film since 2013 is that it’s accompanied by a mobile game tie-in: Iron Man 3, Man of Steel, Thor 2, Captain America 2 and more recently The Amazing Spider-Man 2 all had games launched on various mobile…

REVIEW: THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 2 (3DS)

NOTE: I played in 2D but turned the slider up periodically to check to see how the game looks and found no real difference at all. For games that try to launch across nearly every single available platform on the market, there’s a few options that a developer can take when bringing a game to…

REVIEW: THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 2 (PS4)

It seems that the day of publishers trying to cash in on movies with full retail games is coming to an end as more and more films are met with free-to-play mobile to match their release date, trying to grab those caught up in the hype of opening weekend madness. Since the debut of the…