Tagged: Xbox 360

Additional Content Being Added to NieR Replicant

Square Enix just announced more content available for NieR Replicant ver.1.22474487139…. Some of these additions include cameos from some NieR Automata cast members, previously Japanese-exclusive DLC, and a familiar old face.

Dragon’s Dogma 360 Version Losing Servers

The Xbox 360 version of the Capcom title Dragon’s Dogma will be losing its online functionality at the end of the month. RPGamers looking to utilize the online features of that particular game will need to do so fast.

Deus Ex: Human Revolution Xbox 360 Review

We may have asked for better boss fights, but its doubtful anyone wanted tablet gimmicks or an English language audio commentary recorded by French Canadians. RPGamers can’t win them all, even by the year 2027. Put on your trench coat and find a conspiracy…again.

Far Cry 3 Review

Did I ever tell you know the definition of insanity? It starts with RPGamer reviewing a shooter, then the reviewer declares his spirit animal to be ‘The Explosion Bear’ and then the climax gets delayed by goofing around in a wingsuit.

Darksiders II Review

Darksiders II is less about the apocalypse and more about killing stuff with a big scythe. Is that a bad thing? Well, kind of. RPGamer’s official review explains.

Dust: An Elysian Tail Review

Dust: An Elysian Tail has adorable anthros and a touching story. Let’s break the fourth wall and kick up some dust, as this is one hit from Summer of Arcade that you don’t want to miss.

Game of Thrones Review

While a Lannister always pays his debts, we’re pretty sure the amount of effort HBO put into this game didn’t do the franchise justice. See how we roar in this overdue review.

Final Fantasy XIII-2 Review

Which came first, the chicken or the egg? According to Final Fantasy XIII-2, the chicken went back in time every time it died to give birth to itself again, until somebody shouted at the farmer from the future to not farm chickens in the first place. Are you confused yet? So are we.

EvilQuest Review

Most never heard the mournful wails of the gamers. For they had already ragequit like children, their broken controllers litering the ground like a pit of rusted scrap metal.

Dungeon Defenders Review

The best kind of victory dance is one without pants. Find out why you shouldn’t be wearing pants either in our review of Dungeon Defenders. In this review, I am not wearing any pants.

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Review

Skyrim is full of dragons, and it is your job to beat them into submission. But that’s not all, as there is so much more to do. The content is never-ending.

Guardian Heroes Review

It is a rare occurrence when a game escapes the Saturn platform, but Guardian Heroes has accomplished this feat. Find out within if the flight was worthwhile.

Dead Island Review

While an island resort filled with menacing undead is certainly a sight to behold, it can’t compare with the terrifying adorableness of a zombie puppy! Order yours today.

Crimson Alliance Review

RPGamer takes a trip to the Crimson Empires to help save the people of Byzan. But is this game an exploding barrel of good times? Find out in our review.

Deus Ex: Human Revolution Xbox 360 Review

In a crazy world where corporations have their own militaries and people are running around with arms and legs that can blast an area with explosive projectiles, at least we can rest assured that there is no spoon.

Bastion Xbox 360 Review

I watched the Kid travel all over this crazy world, squashing squirts and popping windbags left and right. But one thing kept nagging me: why does an old white guy sound so much like Samuel L. Jackson?

Dungeon Siege III Xbox 360 Review

Two of our reviewers took a crack at the latest title in the Dungeon Siege series. Find out if they both made it through these new dungeons without being eaten by a grue.

Dungeons & Dragons: Daggerdale Review

Dungeons & Dragons Edition 3.5 has had its time in the sun. Does Daggerdale, the first video game to make use of 4th Edition rules, mark the beginning of a new era of roleplaying games? Probably not, but it certainly opens up the possibility.