HALLOWEEN REVIEW: DEAD SPACE (XBOX 360)

2008 was an interesting year for video game publishing giant Electronic Arts, other wise abbreviated to EA. The year started off with them releasing a big name sequel in the month of January that was far different from the games that had normally come from that franchise in Burnout Paradise. As the year went on, EA’s catalog…

THE BEST MARVEL CONSOLE GAME EVER PART 10: THE PUNISHER (2005) (XBOX)

I’ve stated in the past that one of the sure ways to make a great comic book game is to marry a particular license to a pre-existing game franchise that just simply fits: Batman Begins for example is simply Ubisoft’s Splinter Cell with a Batman skin; Batman: Arkham Asylum and Acclaim’s Shadow Man have a lot in common with Nintendo’s Metroid Franchise and THQ’s The Punisher, the…

TMNT AT THE MOVIES WEEK PART 1: TMNT (2007) (XBOX 360)

Up until 2007, all of the video games in the long running Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles franchise we’re handled by Konami, but after a failed return to form with some mediocre games based on the 2003 animated series reboot, the Japanese publisher let the rights expire to be picked up by Ubisoft. Under the direction on Konami,…

NEXT WEEK IS TMNT AT THE MOVIES WEEK

Next Friday the sequel to 2014’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows, arrives and will interpret characters like Krang, Baxter Stockman, Bebop and Rocksteady for the first time in a movie as well as introduce a new Casey Jones played by Arrow’s Stephen Amell. Like this year’s Batman V. Superman, Prelude to Civil…