Esmeralda Portillo

Tag Archive: Review

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    19th, July
    The Walking Dead: Episode 2 Review

    The Walking Dead series has proven to be a monumental hit, evolving well beyond its initial run as a monthly comic book. Having its own board game and expanding into a T.V. series now running into its third season, it was only natural that it take the next step in entertainment by becoming a video…

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  • 14th, November
    Review: Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary

    I have a startling confession to make: I have never played a Halo game. It may be because secretly my family and friends are all Sony employees, or it may simply be that I did not have the means to play it back in the day. For a while I even disliked the Halo games…

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  • 24th, October
    Review: Dance Central 2

    It’s that time of the year where we’re saturated with great games for the next couple of months, and we couldn’t be happier (although the same can’t be said for our wallets). As we’re still gliding around Arkham City, this Tuesday we’ll also be called to the front lines. I on the other hand received…

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  • 13th, October
    SG Review: Resident Evil: Code Veronica X HD

    I can honestly assert that I like the Resident Evil series. Yet, I’ve only played the fifth game, which everyone else didn’t seem to like very much. That’s why I can also state that I’m a fan of re-releases, because there are some gamers out there, such as myself, who didn’t get to enjoy the…

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  • 10th, October
    SG Review: Valve Presents: The Sacrifice

    I’m not much of a comic book nerd. Although I love mangas, as well as the heroes we now have from American comic books, I don’t delve into them as much as I should. Yet give it to Valve to convince me to read comics when they make them. Valve Presents: The Sacrifice, And Other Steam-Powered…

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  • 30th, September
    SG Review: BloodRayne: Betrayal

    The BloodRayne series doesn’t seem to have the best reputation. The BloodRayne movies aren’t exactly masterpieces, and the games themselves have proven mediocre at best. I love the concept of Rayne’s character since she’s essentially the female version of Blade, yet for a long while she was just reduced to sexuality and… sexuality. So when…

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  • 08th, August
    SG Review: Fruit Ninja Kinect

    Despite several people disliking motion control (ahem, Yoshifett), there are a few games out there that work with the implementation. I don’t want Kinect imbedded into every game out there (really Ghost Recon?), but when the right game gets motion control, it’s a blast. The right game this time around is Fruit Ninja Kinect, and…

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  • 19th, April
    SG Review: Portal 2

    The first Portal managed to catch the interest of many gamers with its unique take on first-person shooting and bending the laws of physics, all while promising you lots of cake-induced calories. Because of the first game’s awesomeness, people were weary of its sequel not living up to that same level of fun. Could Valve…

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