The second review in series of Disney Infinity 2.0 Edition reviews have us playing around with the Guardians of the Galaxy Play Set. And if you haven't read our initial review of the Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes 2.0 Edition Starter Pack you should do so by clicking here. If you have and...
The first review up in a series of reviews for most of the released additions to the Disney Infinity 2.0 series the coming couple of weeks is the Disney Infinity 2.0: Marvel Super Heroes starter pack.
Far Cry 3 turned everyone from hater to lover regarding the Far Cry franchise, the previous two releases was mediocre at best in my mind and to see the developers release Far Cry 3 and have it be as good and entertaining as it was felt like a dream come through. I played way too much of Far Cry...
The WWE franchise was once the biggest entertainment enterprise in the world but since the late 90s early 2000 the company, still successful, has seen some lower numbers as far as viewers go. The WWE gaming franchise has also taken a hit these last few years and me personally, since I have been...
Kingdom Hearts is a well-known name for anyone slightly interested in RPGs, and it is also one of the weirdest games out there if this is your first entry into the wonderful world of RPGs. Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 Remix which might just be the biggest tongue twister for a game ever, is here and...
How is it possible for a company to re-release a title for a new generation of consoles and still be able to add more features than other games that has numeral releases, leave it to Rockstar Games to not only release Grand Theft Auto V on a new set of consoles but also make it so much better,...
This is the end, beautiful friend, the end. Well, to be fair, this is a Assassin's Creed game so technically it is not the end, my friend but this might just be the last time the last-gen consoles get their very own Assassin's Creed game. And with a release of another Assassin's Creed game on...
It is hard to hate on something as charming and cute as a LittleBigPlanet game and therefore I tend to weigh towards forgiving rather than raging when I start to get annoyed with something in the LBP games, I have always been this way and I was eager to see if I was still this way as I set out...
Love it or hate it Call of Duty is still on top, the franchise may have lost some of its spark over the last couple of years, mainly with the release of last years Ghosts, but with the newest release in the Call of Duty franchise entitled Advanced Warfare Sledgehammer Games and Activision tries...
I recently dug out my old Playstation 2 and realized that I had two microphones laying around too, so we tried out Singstar and felt the horribly delicious feeling of absolutely singing your heart out while knowing you cannot sing at all, but you know what? It doesn't matter as long as you are...
Civilization: Beyond Earth can easily be labelled as a successor to Civ V and Alpha Centauri at first glance, however if you dig deeper you will quickly realize that it is more Civ V re-skinned than anything else.
Lords of the Fallen is a game that has been described multiple times as a Dark Souls clone, although I can see the similarities, and they are many, there is still enough differences here for Lords of the Fallen to stand on its own feet.
Who here haven't tried Just Dance for their first time at a party with too many drinks in them thinking it was the easiest game ever and wondering why they haven’t enlisted themselves into Dancing with the Stars yet. And who here hasn’t proclaimed themselves King or Queen of the dance floor and...
Bad boys, bad boys what you gonna do? What you gonna do when you are tasked with reviewing a Cop Simulation game? Go head first with a clear and incredible open mind and hope for the best.
When Borderlands the Pre-Sequel was first released I thought it was a new expansion to Borderlands 2, and it is somewhat that depending on what you expect from a new standalone Borderlands game. I was hoping for some changes but the overall feel and look of the game to stay the same and I was...
Review - Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes (2.0 Edition) - Guardians of the Galaxy Play Set
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Review - Assassins Creed Rogue
Review - LittleBigPlanet 3
Review - Call of Duty Advanced Warfare
Review - SingStar Ultimate Party
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Review - Just Dance 2015
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It's March and the annual NCAA Basketball Tournament is upon us. It is named March Madness and we at Shrapnel Games are celebrating the insanity with a sale event so large, that we may also be deemed a little crazy.
From now thru Monday, March 31st, every computer game available at Shrapnel Games is being discounted in a frenzy of insane savings:
Air Assault Task Force $33.95
Air Command 3.0 $29.95
ATF: Armored Task Force $23.95
Battle Group Commander: Episode One $12.95
BCT Commander $15.95
The Falklands War: 1982 $34.95
Raging Tiger: The Second Korean War $34.95
Salvo! $34.95 Scallywag: In the Lair of the Medusa $19.95
Space HoRSE $24.95
The Star and the Crescent $34.95
Total Eclipse: The Standard Manual $3.95
Total Eclipse: The Adventurer's Forge $5.95
Total Eclipse: The Virdean Gazetteer $5.95
War Plan Pacific $33.95
World Supremacy $24.95
That’s right, everything from simulation to beer and pretzel, from Windows to Mac, has been reduced in price for the time being. This is a perfect opportunity to snag some great gaming that will make you barking mad.
For the traditional wargamer the turn based tactical hex-based winSPWW2 and winSPMBT Enhanced Editions are perfect additions to the collection. Boasting several hundred scenarios between the two of them, these games will last for years on your hard drive.
Eurogamers and those looking for a fast playing, unique turn based strategy title should check out Bronze, the beautiful and brilliant tile management game set in ancient Mesopotamia. Another fast mover is the superb War Plan Pacific, allowing strategy gamers to refight the war in the Pacific in a single session!
Simulation gamers will appreciate any of the ProSIM line of titles, from Air Assault Task Force to The Star and the Crescent. Real-time strategy games of modern land warfare, these are highly detailed and comprehensive looks at the modern battlespace, playing unlike any other game. Much more than your standard wargame, these are the ultimate exercises in digital combat.
Stop by www.shrapnelgames.com to check out the complete catalog of discounted titles. There you can read up on the individual games and download demos before making your choices for purchase.
The Spring Madness sale runs from now thru March 31st.