“When I was old enough to play video games, it was the era of Game Boy Advance and GameCube. Granted, my grandma has a N64, but not a whole ton of games. So the first Smash Brothers game I actually played was this, and I loved it. My brother, sister and I would play this game for a long time and even make our own stories with it. I made my own stories with it when I played as well. I recall...” --KiarasBiggestFa
“ Mass Effect is great. Mass Effect 2 is better. Bioware polishes their RPG/action formula to damn near perfection in the second chapter of this space saga. Decisions you made in the first game carry over into the sequel, making the universe feel like a place where your actions have serious consequences. One of the best game experiences of this generation.” --zak chase
“ Rockstar Games is most famous for making the Grand Theft Auto series, but that doesn’t mean they can’t make other games. With Bully, Rockstar leaves the world of GTA behind in favor of one with wedgies, swirlies, and “kick me” signs. In addition to overhauling the graphics engine, the Scholarship Edition of Bully adds several extra missions, a few extra classes, and some other minor tweaks to...” --Polygon_Wizard
“ Male or Female? Good or Evil? Pure or Corrupt? Axe or Sword? Meat or Vegetable? Blonde or Brunette? These are just a few of the questions you must answer while playing Fable II. Welcome to the fantastical world of Albion, where guns and swords live together in harmony and magic still exists, even if the town yokels believe otherwise. Albion can be a tough place to eke out a living, but...” --Polygon_Wizard
“ One glance makes it readily apparent that Bioshock is a game steeped in atmosphere. From the opening sequence, the game pulls you into the environment until you are fully immersed in the underwater world of Rapture, in both the literal and figurative sense. You start in a plane over the mid-Atlantic, smoking a cigarette and gazing at a gift in your hands. As the Bioshock logo fills...” --Polygon_Wizard
Deadly Premonition, developed by Access Games, is a third-person survival horror action game which puts players in the role of FBI Agent Francis York Morgan. In the process of investigating a murder, players will examine a series of interlocking mysteries in a remote rural town and will encounter an array of complex characters pivotal to the unraveling of the storyline’s mystery....
“ When a video game franchise makes the move into 3D, it doesn’t always turn out very well. The elements that make a game great in two dimensions don’t necessarily transfer properly when the third dimension is added into the mix. Metroid Prime is an example of a developer finding the magic formula that retains the feel of the original side-scrolling games while creating something that also...” --Polygon_Wizard
“ Another big special edition purchase for me. Even attended a midnight release. Worth it.” --Robot T-1