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Trevor Wagner

  1. Team Fortress 2 Review

    In 2007, Valve released The Orange Box, a compilation of games which included Half Life 2, Portal, and a sequel to their 1997 mod for Quake, Team Fortress 2. The game was listed as vaporware for quite a while, spending over six years in development with no real visible progress. Luckily, the game was actually released, and it was a roaring success at launch. Since it's release three years ago, how does TF2 hold ...

    Updated 20-10-10 at 01:18 by Trevor Wagner (Spelling.)

    Microsoft , Sony , PC
  2. Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions (Xbox 360) Review

    Spider-Man is a household name for most people nowadays. The webhead has had comics, cartoons, movies, and games for as long as most people can remember. As far as games go, the results have been mixed. Some aspects work well in some games, but not as well in others; but they've all been at least decently enjoyable at the time. It's time for the latest installment of Spider-Man games: Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions ...
  3. Shadow Complex Review

    Nowadays, everywhere you look there are sequels of sequels of shooters, retreads of sports games, and music games galore; none of those are particularly bad things, but it's created a lot more of the "usual." Now, enter Shadow Complex, a $15 downloadable XBLA title from Chair Entertainment. Shadow Complex is a game in the same vein as Metroid, with a large map to explore, a handful of upgrades to help ...
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  4. Crackdown 2 Review

    Crackdown 2 is the sequel to the 2007 action game that did fairly well, helped along by the fact that the Halo 3 beta was accessible through the disk as a promotional tool. This time around, there aren’t any gimmicks to help sell the game, so it’s forced to stand on it’s own two legs. Sadly, it seems that Crackdown 2’s legs break under the weight of its own ideas.

    Graphically, ...

    Updated 13-08-10 at 08:59 by SteveSawyer


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