Borderlands 2

Borderlands 2

Borderlands 2 is a first-person box opening game, in which players open up a wide variety of boxes, lockers, and other assorted receptacles and see if they have enough space available to carry around whatever they find inside. It is also an addictive first-person shooter, but that seems at times like a secondary feature, when compared to all the boxes one ends up opening. On balance, Borderlands 2’s considerable strengths exceed its weaknesses, and Left Gamer Review recommends it to anyone who likes […]

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Review: “Halo 4″

Halo 4

Xbox is the house that Master Chief built, so perhaps it was naive to hope that developer Bungie’s final Halo title, Reach, would actually conclude the series. Reach was one of the strongest games in the franchise.  The fact that the game ends in humanity’s defeat makes Reach an interesting counterpoint to Master Chief’s heroics and I think it would have made an excellent last chapter. But, a few years pass, and Microsoft moves Halo development in-house with a new division called 343 […]

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Review: “XCOM: Enemy Unknown”

XCOM

XCOM: Enemy Unknow n is an engaging turn-based strategy game, though a bit repetitive and not without a few frustrations. In a console-gaming landscape littered with mediocre shooters of various stripes, the title is an   intriguing departure, even though its methods are not new. Enemy Unknown is merely the latest in a long series of XCOM games, though the series that hasn’t had an update since 2001, and h as never before been available for consoles. Each mission is a […]

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