God of War and God of War 2 were remastered to 720p and released for the PS3 in a combo set just prior to the release of God of War 3. I picked up the collection the other day and gave both games a run through. Here’s a fairly quick rundown of the pros and the cons of these games.
I take issue with the definition of “digital copy” and write my first post complaining about a Digital Rights Management method. UltraViolet Digital Copy is a streaming format that’s replacing the iTunes/Windows Media Player importable version of digital copies on some combo packages that include a “Digital Copy” along with the usual disc.
For my birthday (a couple of months ago) my wife got me Portal 2 for the PS3. Here’s a quick review of the game.
Sony’s PlayStation Network (PSN), got hacked and was down for a LONG time. As compensation to their customers (due to certain games not being playable during that time, and most features of the PSN not being available), Sony gave them two free games (from a rather limited selection). I downloaded inFAMOUS. And while I’m not finished yet, here’s what I think so far.
The price of SPORE finally dropped to the point that I was willing to spend the money to give it a go. One of two major things (okay, three if you count Netflix) that’s been keeping me from my blog for a while, I finally got around to letting you know what I think.
More of an “expansion” than a sequel to Wii Fit; worth it if you already have and do a lot of Wii Fit and can find it cheaply without a balance board. This is going to be a short review …
The sequel to Tools of Destruction, A Crack In Time is a must buy for any Ratchet & Clank fan. Read on for my review.
So I had finally found a reason to (to a certain extent) play through the “Groove Mode” on Disney Grooves DDR. Here’s my thoughts.