Archive

Posts Tagged ‘ea games’

Mass Effect 2: The Arrival Review

April 5, 2011 2 comments

By Justin Arnott

 

The Reapers are coming. Anyone who’s finished Bioware’s space epic just got a tingle up their spine and their adrenaline pumping. Mass Effect 2 has seen several pieces of DLC since it’s release, and The Arrival is the last chapter we’re going to see before we finish Shepard’s adventure later this year. But how does it hold up against the lofty expectations set for it by the base game, arguably one of the best games ever made? Let’s take a look. Read more…

Advertisements
Categories: Reviews

Dragon Age II Demo Impressions

February 23, 2011 1 comment

By Tom Dann

Dragon Age: Origins was a great game. The epic RPG had a few problems, without a doubt: the combat wasn’t very visceral compared to more action-oriented games, the dialogue mechanics were dated, the graphics weren’t great (they were downright horrible on consoles), and there were just a few too many high fantasy clichés. The inevitable Dragon Age II looks set to try and rectify each of those problems, and the new demo has given us a promising insight into what we can expect. Read more…

Categories: Previews

Mirror’s Edge Review

February 16, 2011 Leave a comment

By Kob Monney

It’s taken me nearly two years to finish Mirror’s Edge…two years. That’s a lot of time spent trying to complete one game. While I can’t say I enjoyed every moment I spent with it; the thought of playing the game again armed with the knowledge from that (lengthy) playthrough won’t leave me. This thought is then tempered by an opposing one which tells me, in no uncertain manner, no; spare yourself the frustration, you’ll only sink your head into your lap and cry once you’ve died for the 27th time. Read more…

Categories: Reviews