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Halo 4 reviewHalo has been a major part of my gaming life since I first played it back all those years ago. I got it for my birthday with my first xbox along with a few other games. I didn't initially play it either, I was more interested in some of the others. But when I booted it up a few hours later, it was the game that made me love the xbox. More than that, it was the only game I got that year that I continued to boot up for years. Halo will always hold a special place in my heart, as I'm sure it does for many gamers, as the first truly great shooter for a console. Bungie crafted a masterpiece of a game, and maintained that standard of quality with their subsequent sequels. So, when they finally passed the mantle of Halo off to 343 industries, I was understandably skeptical. In fact, I wrote it off when I first saw the trailer at E3 back in 2011. But in the time between that trailer and November 6th they swayed me. I saw gameplay, heard about the story and novels going with the game. I went frHalo 4 review by ~silver6kraid
Assassin's Creed III reviewThe Assassin's Creed series has always been a very interesting one for me. I LOVED the first game because of how unique it was. It went to a often unexplored part of history and had a cool scifi element to boot. The second one was even better. It had one of the best mind fuck endings I've ever seen. However, in recent years I've grown weary of Assassin's Creed games because of Brotherhood and Revelations, both games that star Ezio, ACII's hero, and both felt like filler. But when I heard that the next game would have the III in it, I was pumped. I was ready for a proper sequel, a new hero, and an ending to Desmond's story. So how does it stack up? Well, it is certainly a full fledge sequel, and while it has its short comings ACIII is a spectacular game.Assassin's Creed III review by ~silver6kraid
Resident Evil 6 reviewSo, RE6 has been out for a few days and has been met with very mixed reviews. Some love it, some hate it. So where am I in there? Well, I like it, but it's not perfect. In fact, it's quite flawed. Lets dig into RE6 and see what all the fuss is about. Is it not survival horror anymore and too much action? Let's find out! (Pst! That means you gotta read the review guys!)Resident Evil 6 review by ~silver6kraid
I've Just Beat Epic Mickey 2I just beat Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two on my Sony PS3. It was kind of a short game, it was shorter than the first Epic Mickey game. The first game took a lot longer than a week to mastered it. Maybe Epic Mickey 3 probably will be a lot longer than Epic Mickey 2.I've Just Beat Epic Mickey 2 by =FireshockerBill
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