Review: June 2011 Archives

Magic: The Gathering - Duels of the Planeswalkers 2012 Publisher: Wizards of the Coast (Hasbro)
Developer: Stainless Games


Platforms: Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC
Reviewed on PC

Windows System Requirements: 2 GHz Processor, 1 GB RAM, video card with 256 MB VRAM, 700 MB HD space, Windows XP service pack 3 or more recent operating system

Magic: The Gathering, the collectible card game from Wizards of the Coast that's been running since the early '90s, has a new game for consoles and the PC. Magic: The Gathering - Duels of the Planeswalkers 2012 is an updated version of Magic: The Gathering - Duels of the Planeswalkers, featuring updated graphics, more polish, a new multiplayer mode and ten decks.

Captain America Table for Pinbal FX 2 Publisher: Microsoft
Developer: Zen Studios


Platforms: Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3
Reviewed on Xbox 360

Captain America, Bucky and the Howling Commandos have located Baron Zemo's castle, where the Red Skull and Baron Zemo are aiding the World War II Axis powers. Intelligence suggests that the Red Skull has the nearly omnipotent Cosmic Cube. Cap and his companions must stop the Red Skull and his allies before they use the Cosmic Cube. How can they do so? The same way World War II was won – with pinball!

Dead Nation Review

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Dead Nation Publisher: Sony
Developer: Housemarque


Platform: PlayStation 3
Reviewed on PlayStation 3

Dead Nation is standard zombie apocalypse fare, the sort caused by a viral outbreak rather than supernatural mumbo-jumbo. You've heard it before: nearly everyone is dead, wandering the remaining wreckage of the earth in search of the few remaining edible morsels. In Dead Nation, you are one of two survivors fortunate enough to be immune to the zombifying virus. Tasked with retrieving a sample from the first virus victim, you'll wade through thousands of zombies before you can bring that putrid flesh to another survivor.

Storm: Frontline Nation Publisher: Just A Game
Developer: Colossai Studio


Platform: PC
Reviewed on PC

Windows System Requirements: 2.4 GHz processor, 1 GB RAM, DirectX 9 compatible video card with 128 MB RAM, 2 GB HD space, Windows XP or more recent operating system

Prolonged economic crises and increasingly scarce resources have strained international relations to the breaking point and plunged growing populations into unsustainable austerity measures. That's today's reality. Storm: Frontline Nation begins in 2012, when economic breakdown transforms into open war across Europe and the Middle East. The United States is carving out a presence in Egypt, while European powers compete to control the remaining natural resources, backed by the most advanced armies in the world and the threat of weapons of mass destruction. Only adroit politics, backed by a strong army, will guarantee the continued survival of any nation.

Alice: Madness Returns Publisher: Electronic Arts
Developer: Spicy Horse Games


Platform: Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC
Reviewed on Xbox 360

After Alice's family perished when her family home burned in 1863, she spent a decade convalescing in Rutledge Asylum before recovering enough to work at the Houndsditch Home orphanage in return for treatment from Dr. Angus Bumby. At Rutledge, Alice escaped her cruel burns and survivor's guilt by falling into Wonderland, the twisted and cruel world Alice constructed to make sense of the torments that had befallen her. Between working at Houndsditch Home and wandering the seedier side of London, Alice uncovers the suppressed memories that suggest her family's deaths may not have been an accident.

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