We pull into our iron sights on TV Shows, “The Walking Dead” and “Comic Book Men”. Also The Avenging Spider-Man #4 and Batman #6!
Tagged: Mass Effect
We did it! We made it through February. That means I must choose a Game of the Month for February. If you read (or skimmed) the last one I wrote up, I recap what I played for the month and then pick so you get to see my thought process. You’ll also see that it’s not just new games that came out that month as I chose Modern Warfare 3 as my game of January 2012 since I played it the most because most people got the game for Christmas/Kwanukah. I will also be giving a 1 through 5 rating to any new game releases though as these are essentially mini-reviews. Why 1 through 5? Because 1 through 10 is such a lopsided system and so many people become blind over flaws in the $60 dollar game they plopped down that every game becomes an 8 through 10 no matter how much of a let down it is. *koff koff*
Dynamic Duos are fun. Whether you can relate more to the Mainkick or the Sidekick, at the end of the day, they are mostly treated either as equals or as necessary to the success of the Duo. This edition of AFB Top 5 explores the best Dynamic Duos in Video Games.
Adam Jensen returns
Commander Shepard is looking to pass the torch in this N7 day celebration trailer