Author: Ryan McGinley

DmC Devil May Cry Review: Crying for More

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Well which is it Capcom?

I would like to preface this review by saying that I have never played a Devil May Cry game before. I wish that I didn’t even have to mention that, since this is a reboot to the series, but I want to make it clear that I have no preconceived notions of the game. The new look of Dante that has been receiving mixed reactions has no bearing on me, nor does the difficulty of the last games. I only bring this up because I know that they are controversial points among series fans. All that being said: I really like DmC.

Paper Mario Sticker Star Review: A Lot to Enjoy, A Lot to Hate

The Paper Mario series holds a special place in my heart. I loved the first installment, and Thousand Year Door is my favorite Gamecube game, but I did skip out on Super Paper Mario for the Wii when I heard that it didn’t compare to the other entries in the series. When Paper Mario Sticker Star was announced at E3 two years ago, I was very excited to dive back into the series and expand my 3DS library. After finishing Sticker Star, I am conflicted.

Assassin’s Creed 3 Review: Three Steps Forward, Two Steps Back

Assassin’s Creed is one of the most prominent game series of the generation. Over the past four console releases, they have tried to be innovative, interesting, and fun by providing settings that step back into bits of history and locations that we haven’t explored much in most entertainment mediums. With Assassin’s Creed 3, Ubisoft has brought together multiple studios to, once again, try to provide a unique twist on history with a story told through fun gameplay, while finishing out the doomsday story they have been setting up over the past games.

Sleeping Dogs Review: Classic Crime With a Kung-Fu Twist

First there was True Crime: Hong Kong. Once Activision dropped the title to focus on iterating their already worn in ideas, Square Enix picked up the publishing rights. Then there was Sleeping Dogs. After four years, two publishers, and a storied development history filled with ups and downs, the open world action game is finally released. But the question is: was it all worth it?

Go On: Preview Episode Review

Chandl- I mean Matthew Perry takes the lead in the new ensemble show premiering this fall on NBC.

The annual rush of new shows is almost upon us, and one of NBC’s hopefully successful series stars veteran sit-com actor Matthew Perry at the head of an ensemble cast. The show tries to embrace comedy while have its foundation built on tragedy and loss. Can Perry and Friends writer and producer, Scott Silveri, team up to make a hit show, or will this series fall flat like many of Perry’s other ventures back into television?