Every year we have had a Call of Duty game and every year a vast majority of us go out and buy this game. This year, Infinity Ward with the help of Raven and Neversoft, have created the next entry in the Call of Duty franchise. With this in mind, are we done with Call of Duty after this or has Infinity Ward hit the jackpot again? Before you read any further, spoilers may be present in this review…if you don’t want to be spoiled…don’t continue!
The year is 2013…THQ is no longer a company after bankruptcy and the WWE games are now published by 2K Sports. With 2K Sports first WWE game, they decided to take us through 30 years of the grandest stage of them all…Wrestlemania. If you’re a wrestling fan from the 80′s till now, this game is perfect for the nostalgia factor. WWE 2K14 brings a few new things and a big roster of some of your favorite wrestlers to the home gaming consoles. Continue Reading
I think it’s safe to say that we Americans like soccer. We understand it’s popularity around the world and we’ve taken a liking to it. I can say that because of the sale of the past FIFA games in the last 5 years. Well, don’t worry because EA Sports has brought out a new version of its annual soccer sim with FIFA 14 to quench your thirst. Continue Reading
Dead or Alive 5 was released back in September 2012. PlayStation Vita got Dead or Alive 5 Plus in March of this year, bringing new training modes and combo challenges. Now, this brings us to the definitive version, Dead or Alive 5 Ultimate. This includes everything from Dead or Alive 5, Dead or Alive 5 Plus and five new characters including Ninja Gaiden characters. Should you upgrade to Ultimate or keep your original copy of Dead or Alive 5? Continue Reading