Anarchy Reigns Review

Exaggerated character design. Hilariously terrible dialogue. Mind-numbing button mashing. Anarchy Reigns had it all, and I enjoyed every bit of it! Developed by PlatinumGames, and published by Sega, Anarchy Reigns was released in 2013 for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. For my Anarchy Reigns review, I chose the PS3 version. The game is veryContinue reading “Anarchy Reigns Review”

Heavy Rain Review

Subscribe To My YouTube Channel! In 2010, developer Quantic Dream and publisher Sony Computer Entertainment released “Heavy Rain” for the PlayStation 3. The dark interactive-drama adventure game puts you in the shoes of multiple characters as you discover the truth to the Origami Killer mystery. Will Heavy Rain kill it in the rating department orContinue reading “Heavy Rain Review”

Dead or Alive 3 Review

Subscribe To My YouTube Channel! The Dead or Alive series was officially on a roll and launched the third game in the franchise in 2001 for the Xbox. Developer Team Ninja and publisher Tecmo teamed up and gave Microsoft fans an exclusive as DOA3 was only released for the Xbox. Would the series continue toContinue reading “Dead or Alive 3 Review”

Dead or Alive 2 Review

Subscribe To My YouTube Channel! The fighting series Dead or Alive bounced its way onto the video game scene in the late 90s with releases on the Sega Saturn and Playstation. Known for bouncing breasts and fighting, Team Ninja and Tecmo teamed up to release a sequel in 2000 for the Sega Dreamcast and PlaystationContinue reading “Dead or Alive 2 Review”

Power Stone 2 Review

Subscribe To My YouTube Channel! After the hit that was Power Stone in 1999, Capcom got back to work with its sequel and in 2000 released Power Stone 2 for the Sega Dreamcast offering an array of new gameplay, characters, and modes. Would the new additions work in the arena fighter or would the originalContinue reading “Power Stone 2 Review”

Dead or Alive Review

Subscribe To My YouTube Channel! Fighting franchises were popping up in the 90s every year. Some would become mainstream franchises, others not so much. If you think of the franchises you’ll start with Street Fighter, Mortal Kombat, perhaps Tekken but the Dead Or Alive franchise has flown under the radar for most of its life.Continue reading “Dead or Alive Review”