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Generation of Chaos: Pandora’s Reflection Review

Generation of Chaos: Pandora’s Reflection Review

Generation of Chaos: Pandora’s Reflection is the 6th installment in the Generation of Chaos franchise for the PSP (yes people still make PSP games). Available only as a digital download it seems rather odd for a PSP to be released due to the Vita being a better handheld. However, this is a game th... Read On

Ys I & II Chronicles + Review

Ys I & II Chronicles + Review

The Ys series is a time honored and critically acclaimed action rpg series with a rich setting and notable characters. Thanks to XSEED the games have been seeing stateside releases. Originally on the PSP Ys Chronicles has been brought to the PC through Steam with fully integrated achievements, extra... Read On

Hitman: Absolution Review

Hitman: Absolution Review

Ah Square Enix. I’m pretty impressed Square Enix, first you give me the masterpiece that is Deus Ex: Human Revolution. Allowing me to play in virtually any way that I see fit. Now however, you hold my hand all the way down to my local video game store and have me buy Hitman: Absolution. Then, ... Read On

Impire Review

Impire Review

Ah yes, Impire, a play on from this game features the macabre, satanic themes, and taking place in the medieval age. Developed by Cyanide Montreal and published by Paradox Interactive, this strategy game places you in the shoes of the demon Baal. With the powers of the underworld at your disposal yo... Read On

Mermaid Melody

Mermaid Melody

In our debut video, we review Mermaid Melody! Enjoy! Note: The name Kokugamergirls is an old name that couldn’t be removed from the video we are now BAgamersisters   Read On

Heavy Fire: Shattered Spear Review

Heavy Fire: Shattered Spear Review

Heavy: Fire Shattered Spear is a military shooter based in the Heavy Fire franchise. With military shooters being the flavor of the month (more like the past two years) has gaming seen enough of the terrorist driven war atmosphere? Obviously not, with Call of Duty dominating the military shooter mar... Read On

Omerta: City of Gangsters Review

Omerta: City of Gangsters Review

Omerta: City of Gangsters is a strategy game taking place during the 1920’s in Atlantic City. With the promise of an accurate depiction of Atlantic City and the unique feeling of 1920’s noire gangster films, Omerta City of Gangsters is a game that stands out among other strategy titles. There ar... Read On

Dead Space 3 Review

Dead Space 3 Review

The Dead Space series has come a long way since it’s first title dropped back in 2008. Since the first game’s inception, the series has grown exponentially in terms of shock value, gameplay and a lot of “What the fuck?” moments. While not considered a “survival horror&#... Read On

According to Video Games: Top Five Snow Scenes

According to Video Games: Top Five Snow Scenes

With both parts of the US and the UK covered in snow, pictures of overturned cars, closed schools and snowmen are filling the television and internet. Children love it because they get a day off school, but spare a thought for the video game hero. Rather than a day in watching films and keeping warm... Read On

Retrovirus Review

Retrovirus Review

Retrovirus is a first the game certainly is in first person but you aren’t really a person. More like a computer program trying to stop a virus. The game’s art style and snazzy upgrade system are what attracted me to the game and made me want to continue to play. Retrovirus takes place inside of... Read On

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