Posts Tagged ‘Adam Larck’

Review | Dark Souls 3

by Adam Larckon May 4, 2016
After a sequel that irritated many series purists and a sidetrack into the Bloodborne universe, Dark Souls has made its return with the third series. While the core mechanics may relatively be the same as the first entry in the series, there have been plenty of refinements to Dark Souls 3 to make the series […]

Review | Ratchet and Clank

by Adam Larckon April 26, 2016
It’s been a long-time coming, but Ratchet and Clank are back. Sure, it may be kind of a reboot, but there’s still plenty of new content to bring fans of the series back for some random destruction.   The game immediately starts off lighthearted, poking fun at itself as Captain Qwark tells the story of […]

Review | The Division

by Adam Larckon March 29, 2016
Ubisoft’s The Division is almost two separate games in one.   On one side, you have the story mode, where you and up to three friends can group up to take down groups and try to bring stability back to a New York City that’s been hit by a massive virus outbreak. Then, you also […]

Review | Final Fantasy IX (iOS)

by Adam Larckon March 17, 2016
With the recent release of Final Fantasy IX on iOS devices, the PSX era of the Final Fantasy series is now fully mobile for gamers to relive some of their favorite moments on the go. The port itself works great. Cutscenes are nice and smooth, and the music is still as great and memorable as […]

Review | Unravel

by Adam Larckon February 10, 2016
Coldwood Interactive’s Unravel is visually great, but houses a sometimes frustrating platformer behind it.   Yarny, the main yarn character, is one of the cuter characters to have been created in recent years. As he runs around the level, a trail of yarn gets left behind, making himself smaller as you progress. By backtracking, you […]

The 5 & 1 Review | The Amazing Spider-Man 2

by Adam Larckon May 18, 2014
The 5 & 1 Review is back, this time taking a look at the web-crawler, The Amazing Spider-Man 2. The Amazing Spider-Man 2 What is the game: The movie tie-in for The Amazing Spider-Man 2. However, don’t expect it to follow the movie for long. After you hunt for Uncle Ben’s killer, the game gets […]

Dinobots Coming to Fall of Cybertron Multiplayer

by Adam Larckon September 5, 2012
The Dinobot Destructor Pack will be available next week for Transformers: Fall of Cybertron. The announcement was made on Polygon that the pack will add Grimlock, Slug, Snarl and Swoop on Sept. 11. The Insecticons will be added in the future, game director Matt Tieger said.

Valve ‘Jumping in’ to Hardware

by Adam Larckon September 4, 2012
A listing has popped up on Valve’s website for an industrial engineer position in the hardware business. “We’re frustrated by the lack of innovation in the computer hardware space though, so we’re jumping in,” the listing says. “Even basic input, the keyboard and mouse, haven’t really changed in any meaningful way over the years. There’s […]

PAX Going to Australia, Prime Extended to 4 Days

by Adam Larckon September 3, 2012
A few big pieces of PAX news was released at PAX over the weekend. First up, Mike “Gabe” Krahulik and Jerry “Tycho” Holkins said that PAX will be going to Australia next year. In addition, PAX Prime will be extended one day to a four-day convention. Also, the pair said they are considering a UK […]

The 5 & 1 Review | Wanderlust: Rebirth

by Adam Larckon September 2, 2012
Who, what, when, where, why and how. Six simple words every writer is taught to answer. Unfortunately, when it comes to reviews, these points can sometimes become lost in translation. So, to help this out, I’ll be starting a new review column on the site you’ll see from time to time. The games and products […]

Awesomenauts: Better on PC

by Adam Larckon September 1, 2012
A short time ago, I was given a review code for the PC version of Awesomenauts. However, I really didn’t find ways to add to the review that Sean Garmer wrote. The game’s still a great MOBA, and definitely needs to be checked out by PC owners. Instead, I want to focus on the main […]