Quarrel Review

Quarrel lets up to four players battle it out across one of several different areas.

It’s always fun playing classic games, video game based or traditional. Games like Bejeweled are ridiculously easy to pick up and play, but can suck you in. Adding other gameplay mechanics to Bejeweled that normally shouldn’t belong, like RPG elements for instance, sound like a recipe for disaster yet instead we get amazing games like Puzzle Quest.  The latest game to add a new twist to an old game is Quarrel, a downloadable title for Xbox Live Arcade (and iOS) that combines elements of Scrabble with turn based strategy games. Read on to find out if this game is a high scorer or if it spells out disaster.

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Metal Gear Solid HD Collection Review

The Metal Gear Solid franchise is one of the most successful and popular series of games of the past few generations. Boasting tight, stealth based gameplay, intriguing plots, and great cinematic presentation, it’s no wonder why the games are so well loved. Now, seemingly every game from the PS2 era is getting an HD rerelease giving new and old fans a reason to play through these games for the first time or the 30th time. Metal Gear Solid HD Collection consists of Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty, Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater, And Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker, all excellent titles. But should you let this collection sneak its way into your arsenal, or should you let it slither away? Read on to find out.

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Dark Souls Review

In 2009, developer From Software released Demon’s Souls for the Playstation 3, a critically acclaimed action RPG that became notorious for its brutal difficulty and unconventional online multiplayer. Even though the game easily won over tons of hardcore gamers, the announcement of a sequel came as a bit of a shock. Fast forward to present day where From Software has just released Dark Souls, the spiritual successor to Demon’s Souls available on both the Playstation 3 and the Xbox 360. Is this newest game in the series the game you’ve been dying to play? Or is it a painful experience? Read on to find out.*


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