GAMER Panel Reviews Archive
Published: December 3, 2010
“Green Lantern: Rise of the Manhunters” is an action game utilizing characters from the Green Lantern movie while following a different story.
Players are part of a special task force (made up of an FBI agent, a DEA agent and an out of place LAPD Homicide detective) charged with bringing down the Mexican cartel via a series of repetitive and boring missions.
What do you get when you make a hybrid of the classic film “Them!” and the game “Star Wars: Battlefront”? The result is “Earth Defense Force: Insect Armageddon”
A good RPG is hard to come by these days. “Dungeon Siege III” seems to have answered that call.
“Knight’s Contract” is not as bad as some media sources make it out to be.
A new first person RPG shooter game is coming to a shelf near you. This game’s storyline resembles “Resident Evil” with the game play of “Call of Duty.” This should suit many shooter fans looking for change in atmosphere.
The long awaited sequel to Valve’s most notorious “mini-game,” delivers the goods.
Boxing games have come a long way since the days of “Punch Out.”
This is fundamentally a first-person shooter, however, its near-future science fiction premise and unique abilities provided by the nanosuit set it apart from other games in that genre.
Not for the casual racing gamer and may even be questionable for the hardcore racing gamer.
A fast-paced, first-person shooter game set in the future on a planet overrun by mutated beings.
“Your Mom will hate this game…” If you liked that tagline, you will be happy to know “Dead Space 2” keeps its promise.
The game is fast-paced and if you don’t keep up you will not get very far.
“Battlefield: Bad Company 2” is one of the newer contenders in the shooter arena.
It’s been a long time since I played a fighting game and, I must admit that “MMA” was a good choice.
If you want an Apache simulator, by all means, score it. Otherwise, pass it by.
“Ghost Recon Predator” is a tactical shooter for the PSP based around a ghost unit.
A popular arcade title which has gone through rigorous changes to bring you to the new era of gaming.
If you enjoy playing stealthy—or even just hacking and slashing, then you should check “Assassin’s Creed” out.
The best part of the game is that you get to choose if you want to go the flesh path or the blood path.
“Enslaved” takes place in a post-apocalyptic world. You are the Monkey character who is trying to help a young woman (Trip) get home after escaping a slave ship.
“Mafia II” would be fun for many players, especially fans of organized crime, gratuitous violence, and driving simulations.
For those wanting to get away from real outdoor activities and play a game that involves shooting, here is a new game for you: “Greg Hastings’ Paintball 2.”
“Ninety-Nine Nights 2” delivers a fantasy world where humans co-exist with goblins, elves and ogres...
If you enjoy flying combat planes, dog fighting, locking onto enemies with your missiles and tearing up the skies, then “Ace Combat Joint Assault” for the PSP is the game for you.
I usually try to stay away from video games based on movies but this time I decided to give “Clash of the Titans” a try.
“Alan Wake” caters to the third-person adventure shooter (think “Resident Evil” and “Dead to Rights”).
Kane and Lynch find themselves being chased by local gangs and the police through the streets and underbelly of Shanghai. Will they come out unscathed?
A horrible chemical accident destroys the island and leaves disfigured creatures roaming the abandoned chemical plant wanting flesh… your flesh!
“Naval Assault: The Killing Tide” could be charitably described as a “run of the mill” game.