InFamous: Second Son Review: The Good, The Bad, and The Pretty

Sucker Punch Productions. These guys have made two of my favorite series exclusive to Sony, those being Sly Cooper and InFamous. It seemed originally as though Sucker Punch was going to be doing one series per console generation, but as evidenced by this review, that didn’t happen. InFamous: Second Son is the not-too-direct sequel to InFamous 2, and while it takes advantage of being on the next generation Sony console, it lacks improvements in areas the previous installments had trouble with. [Read more...]

Ys: Memories of Celceta Review: An Adventure to Remember

I’m actually quite unfamiliar with the Ys series. I had heard of it in passing before, but it wasn’t until I had watched Evan play through Ys I that I took an interest in it. After having seen an Ys game in action, and subsequently learning a bit about the crazy series chronology I decided to give the newest game in the series, Ys: Memories of Celceta, a try. [Read more...]

South Park: The Stick of Truth Review: Licensed To Thrill

I love South Park, the Comedy Central television show. I hate almost every South Park video game. The one exception to that was the Xbox Live Arcade game, South Park Tower Defense. My appreciation for the downloadable title was more due to it being a solid tower defense game since it didn’t do very much with its source material. Now there is another South Park video game I don’t hate. In fact, just like the show, I love South Park: The Stick of Truth. [Read more...]

Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 Review: Fun Sucking

To say I’m a fan of the Castlevania series would be a bold faced lie. In truth, I have never played a Castlevania game, not even the original Lords of Shadow. This gave me a unique perspective when going in to Lords of Shadow 2. I had read the plot summaries of the two games leading up to Lords of Shadow 2 before diving in so I was familiar with the story, but didn’t have any special connection with the characters. Sadly, I’m afraid that even with an investment in the story, Castlevania Lords of Shadow 2 would still fail to rise above its mediocrity.

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Earth Defense Force 2025 Review: The Goldilocks Conundrum

Ah Earth Defense Force. The “Sharknado” of the gaming industry. Sandlot, the developer of this cult hit series, has built these games from the ground up as B-movie experiences. So after three games in the series, all with the premise of providing a knowingly cheesy and imperfect game, it seems fitting that Earth Defense Force 2025 is the best game so far in terms of its B-movie action, but on the technical side of things it is as imperfect as ever, except that isn’t as endearing. [Read more...]

Ryan’s Top Ten Games of 2013

I love lists. [Read more...]

Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate Review: Knight’s Darkest

Developer Rocksteady did something that only few super hero games have accomplished, and something no Batman game ever had before. They found that by balancing Batman’s stealth, acrobatics, fighting skills, and world class detective ability, they could make Batman feel like so few had even attempted to before: the whole package. Blackgate still consists of all these elements, and after playing it I was left to wonder; if this game has everything its console predecessors have, why is it so bad?

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Saints Row IV Review: Past Presence

What’s the obvious way to improve upon my 2011 Game of the Year? Super powers, of course! [Read more...]

Bioshock Infinite vs. The Last of Us

On a recent podcast we recorded Evan asked me which game I liked better, Bioshock Infinite or The Last of Us. I immediately thought I preferred Bioshock Infinite, but after thinking about the matter further, I realized I have no idea which one I like more. So within this editorial I am inviting you, the reader, to come on a journey with in which I will highlight some points between the two games and hopefully in the end I will have a definitive answer for Evan. Oh and reader beware SPOILERS AHEAD FOR BOTH GAMES! [Read more...]

Dead Island Riptide Review: Should Have Stayed Dead

Let’s say that the first Dead Island was a survivor of a zombie apocalypse. He wasn’t the ideal survivor, but he had his quirks. You may not have wanted to stay around him for too long, so after you worked together for about 15-20 hours you left to go find your friend named Skyrim. Two years after leaving him, you decide to go back and find Dead Island, but all that is left of him is a shambling corpse that goes by Riptide. [Read more...]


Error! Not Found has many articles of opinion. Every editor has different tastes and beliefs, and one point of view does not necessarily reflect the group as a whole.

(c) Evan Tognotti, Editor-In-Chief. 2011


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