Browsing all posts tagged with SEGA.

Alien Isolation – Review

Alien Isolation – Review

Like any right-minded person, I’m a huge fan of the Alien series. However, my love for the series starts with Ridley Scott’s 1979 classic, Alien, and ends roughly fifteen minutes before the end of Alien Resurrection (when the newborn turns up). The AvP films were…

Total War: Rome 2 – Review

Total War: Rome 2 – Review

The Total War series has been a staple of strategy games since the first Shogun Total War unleashed battalions of sprites for gamers to command, complete with the infamous glitches, release-day bugs and snags that come with a game of such scope and the ambition…

Sonic Lost World – Preview

Sonic Lost World – Preview

The rivalry between Sonic and Mario was one of the most iconic times in the history of gaming and, to this day, those who lived through it still express disbelief at Sonic’s repeated presence on Nintendo systems. Granted, most of those are people who can’t…

Aliens: Colonial Marines – Review

Aliens: Colonial Marines – Review

Fans of Aliens have had a tough old time of late when it comes to videogames.  Despite their best efforts to bring it back in a big way, Sega’s acquisition of the license has failed to reap the benefits, thus far.  Rebellion’s archaic Aliens Vs…