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By Tyler Cameron, April 15, 2010 0 VG Review

Since it’s release, Mass Effect 2 has had a fair amount of DLC for fans to enjoy in addition to what is already a fantastic and lengthy game. Fans who bought the game new and have a Cerberus Network membership… Read More »

By Tyler Cameron, March 29, 2010 0 VG Review

It’s been a long wait, but God of War fans can now celebrate the conclusion of the trilogy on the PS3, and boy, what a finish it is. Sony Santa Monica has crafted an amazing showpiece for the PS3, and… Read More »

By Tyler Cameron, March 26, 2010 0 VG Review

If you’re looking for a unique setting and a haunting vision of the apocalyptic future our world is headed toward, then look no further than Metro 2033, a survival-horror-style FPS from 4A Games. Based on the Russian novel by Dmitry… Read More »

By Tyler Cameron, March 6, 2010 0 VG Review

I calmly peer through the scope of my M24 sniper rifle, secretly observing the enemy team’s movements at their home base. I’ve been an insidious thorn in their side the entire afternoon, picking off soldiers from within the trees. And… Read More »

By Tyler Cameron, January 24, 2010 0 Features

I feel it’s safe to assume most gamers would agree that Achievements have been a good thing for gaming. For many, Achievement collecting has become just another layer of their addictions to videogames. I am one of those people who… Read More »

By Tyler Cameron, November 30, 2009 0 VG Review

The God of War franchise has the distinction of being one of the most revered and recognized action-adventure games of current and previous generations. They were games that made you proud to own a PS2. God of War‘s brutality and… Read More »

The Secret Saturdays: Beasts of the 5th Sun Review

By Tyler Cameron, November 24, 2009 0 VG Review

Based on the Cartoon Network show, The Secret Saturdays: Beasts of the 5th Sun is an action-platformer that does little to stand out from the sea of mediocrity that plagues the Nintendo Wii’s game library. What starts out as a… Read More »

When Enough is Enough

By Tyler Cameron, November 10, 2009 0 Features

My mother called me last night for a nice little chat — one that made me realize how over-hyped Modern Warfare 2 is becoming. A strange thing to realize, I know. "Are you buying that new game coming out tomorrow?"… Read More »

By Tyler Cameron, October 22, 2009 0 VG Review

Axel & Pixel is an unusual point-and-click adventure that happens to be one of the more unique and charming titles on the Xbox Live Arcade. It’s a rare but short experience that I would recommend to gamers looking to try… Read More »

By Tyler Cameron, October 11, 2009 0 GN

The only thing bigger than this week’s new releases are the game deals awaiting you and your wallet. With Brutal Legend and Uncharted 2: Among Thieves arriving in stores Tuesday, it should come as even better news that if you… Read More »