Peggle Deluxe

Peggle is a casual puzzle video game, Four play modes include Adventure, Quick Play, Duel, and Challenge. “Adventure” features 55 levels hosted by 10 cartoon_like characters.

Game Details:
Platform: PC, Windows
Genre: Puzzle
Styles: Casual, Family Games
Developer: PopCap Games
Publisher: PopCap Games
Controls: Keyboard/Mouse
Language: English

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Lionheart: Kings’ Crusade pc game

review: Well designed, technically proficient, (real-time epic battles) but very boring after Total War… it’s like the worst parts – very boring combat AI and (fully 3D map) overly simple battles + street fighting . But 4 all its faults it’s well done.

Game Details:
Platform: PC, Windows
Genre: Strategy
Styles: 3D Real-Time Strategy
Mode(s): Single-player
Developer: NeocoreGames
Publisher: Paradox Interactive
Release: 2010
Controls: Keyboard/Mouse
Language: English

Minimum System Requirements
– OS: Windows XP
– Processor: 1.5 GHz Pentium IV; AMD 2000+ 1,5Ghz (Single Core)
– Memory: 512 MB
– Hard Disk Space: 3 GB of free space
– Video: nVidia GF FX 5700 or ATI Radeon 9600 128 MB
– Sound: DirectX-compatible
– DirectX®: DirectX 9.0c

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Poker Night at the Inventory

Poker Night at the Inventory is pretty straight forward. It’s a Poker game featuring some of our favourite online stars: Strong Bad, Tycho, Max (equippable by all classes) and Heavy Weapons Guy (equippable by the Heavy, obviously).

Game Details:
Platform: PC, Windows
Genre: Traditional
Styles: Card Game
Developer: Telltale Games
Publisher: Telltale Games
Release: November 22, 2010
Controls: Keyboard/Mouse
Language: English

Minimum System Requirements
* OS: Windows XP / Vista / Windows 7
* Processor: 2.0 GHz Pentium 4 or equivalent
* Memory: 1GB RAM
* Graphics: 128MB DirectX 8.1-compliant video card
* DirectX®: Version 9.0c or better
* Hard Drive: 100MB space free
* Sound: DirectX 8.1 sound device

Dungeon Defenders, Screens & System Specs

Dungeon Defenders is an original hybrid of 2 hot genres: Tower Defense & online Action-RPG! The game puts players in the role of one 0f 4 distinctive hero classes, tasked vvith fending off hordes of invading beasties by strategically summoning a wariety of Defenses & Traps throughout their castle.

But as far more than a strategy game, players directly participate in the action-packed combat with their hero characters, while upgrading their statistics, gathering tons of loot and inventory items, customizing & upgrading equipment, and developing unique class abilities. All of this can be enjoyed in seamless online and split-screen local multiplayer, as players cooperate and compete through the story campaign and challenge missions to build the strongest heroes and achieve the highest scores in the kingdom.

Combining the depth of strategic gaming with the satisfying action of RPG character building in a beautifully stylized ‘toon fantasy setting, Dungeon Defenders is designed to be a distinctly addictive, easy-to-play experience for casual and hardcore gamers alike.

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System Requirements
– OS: WinXP/Vista/7
– Processor: 1.5 GHz
– Memory: 1 GB RAM
– Graphics: 128 MB DirectX9 Shader Model 2 compatible graphics card or better
– DirectX®: DirectX9
– Hard Drive: 1 GB free space
– Sound: Windows compatible sound hardware

Alien Breed 3: Impact Review and Hardware Requirements

Right off the bat Alien Breed: Impact feels like a game that’s only
half-finished. A month or two more could taken this game from being
very mediocre to very good.

The graphics are generally pretty and detailed in a grey and blue sort
of way. The first three stages are extremely repetitive whilst the last
two, the hydroponics level and the ghost ship do mix it up a bit.

The sound is all over, there are really chilling alien noises mixed with
the silly pew-pew of the laser gun. The voice acting is generally good
but only in the cut-scenes.

The point where Alien Breed really falls down is it’s game-play. You’ll
probably find fighting the camera and map far more challenging than
fighting the aliens. If the character was moved slightly further up the
map and zoomed out a bit more a lot of problems would be solved.
Redesigning the stages so a non-rotational camera could have been used
would have been a huge plus. Shooting aliens at the bottom of the
screen and trying to find items and doors hidden behind walls is…

The map will show you your objective in the HUD but no ship layout. To
see the ship layout you need to use your tablet but then the objective
is only shown if it fits on the immediately visible piece of map. This
isn’t helped by the controls opening the map with one key and closing it
with another. Did I mention annoying. Yeah am sure I did.

The initial stages, despite having repetitive graphics will then also
see you running from one end of the ship to the other making for even
more repetitive play. This artificially lengthens the stages as the
game designers contrive sillier and sillier reasons to need to run back
through areas you’ve already been through. This wouldn’t be so bad if
you were constantly under attack but they are mostly long walks with
nothing happening you can only run for a limited period of time.

Things get somewhat better later on. The aliens start swarming from all
corners making for a lot more action. The stages are still
back-and-forth but at least there’s stuff to do.

And now I come to the aliens my next big gripe. There are about 4 or 5
types of alien but they’re practically indistinguishable. I think
they’re all supposed to have special abilities and that would have been
awesome if they used them and forced tactical play. But they don’t,
they run straight lines towards the player and as they don’t collide
with each other usually form an easy to shoot pile.

There’s little satisfaction in shooting them as they don’t throw out
gouts of green alien blood, only the odd particle. They get knocked
around easily by even weak weapons and this before dying with barely a
whimper and a quick death animation.

This sounds really negative and it is until later on when for instance
wading through dozens of aliens in Hydroponics is a complete blast.
Then you don’t notice the silly bullets, lack of blood or mind the quick

Moving on: the last issue I have is with the story. The main character
is the chief engineer of the space ship The Leopold. The Chief
Engineer. But he has no security rights and no understanding of
engineering consoles he breaks just about every one he touches. Using a
generic space marine character would have made more sense. Like the
Doom Guy.

Also the Leopold has crashed into a giant derelict ship of unknown
origin. Except the name of the ship is written on the side. In
English. And it’s an Intex ship just like the Leopold. Surely someone
would have kept a record of it somewhere.

I’m going to stop complaining now and recommended Alien Breed. It may
not be great but it is worth a couple of your dollars and few of your
hours. For all I’ve said I did enjoy it but suspect I should have
cranked up the difficulty.

Verdict: 60/100

System Requirements


    • OS: Windows® XP SP2 or later
    • Processor: 2.0+ GHZ Single Core Processor
    • Memory: 1GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA 6800+ or ATI Radeon X700+ Video Card
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 1.5 GB
    • Sound: Windows Supported Sound Card
    • Other Requirements: Internet connection required.

Majesty 2: Battles of Ardania

Game Details:
Genre(s): 3D Real-Time Strategy
Mode(s): Single-player and Multiplayer
Publisher: Paradox Interactive
Controls: Keyboard/Mouse

The second expansion 4 Paradox Interactive’s real_time strategy series, Majesty two: Battles of Ardania offers players the nevv “Heirs of the Night” s-p campaign in vvhich they must protect their borders from a violent werewolf mage through eight missions.

Rock Band 3 Overview

Rock Band’s beat goes on with this third installment in Harmonix’ music rhythm series, featuring an 83-song set list, support for a new instrument peripheral, and access to a downloadable music library spanning close to two thousand songs at the time of its release. Perhaps the biggest surprise with this version is a new “Rock Band Pro” difficulty level that lets you play supported peripherals as you would a real instrument. In addition to microphones, drums, and guitars, a new wireless keyboard controller is available to expand your band, and the three-part vocal harmonies introduced with The Beatles: Rock Band are included as well.

Up to seven players can join in the fun with a variety of drop-in and drop-out party modes. Solo players will embark on a career mode supporting more than 700 goals and rewards, with each game type offering social networking tools for Facebook, Twitter, and similar programs to keep your friends and family members updated on your progress. As in Rock Band 2, you can customize your onscreen alter ego with a variety of clothing, accessory, and equipment options. To help you manage your music library, Rock Band 3 lets you create and save custom set lists to share with others. You can also sort music via filters or find similar songs with the built-in recommendation system.

Featured artists in this version of the game include the Doors, Slipknot, Smash Mouth, Jimi Hendrix, Ozzy Osbourne, Huey Lewis and the News, Queen, Joan Jett, Dio, Nightranger, the Cure, Metric, Phoenix, and more. Rock Band 3 for PlayStation 3 is only available in the U.S. as a standalone purchase, with the keyboard peripheral sold separately. It should be noted that while earlier guitars will work with Rock Band 3, the “Rock Band Pro” setting requires a six-string model designed specifically for the game. Existing drum controllers will also need three expansion cymbals to participate in the professional mode, but the keyboard controller can be enjoyed in all modes without any additional items.

Features 83 tracks from 83 artists
Includes support for three-part vocal harmonies and a new keyboard controller
Learn to play each song the “real” way with the all-new “Rock Band Pro” difficulty setting
Import music from earlier entries in the series

Castlevania: Harmony of Despair Synopsis

Konami’s famed vampire-hunting franchise returns with an emphasis on multiplayer action in the Xbox Live exclusive Castlevania: Harmony of Despair. The single-player adventure finds gamers joining a variety of familiar Castlevania protagonists as they hunt for Dracula through side-scrolling 2D levels based on the DS titles Dawn of Sorrow, Portrait of Ruin, and Order of Ecclesia. A co-op story mode lets up to six online gamers join forces to explore and unleash powerful combination attacks, while the “Survival” mode finds players fending off one another as they battle monsters in an attempt to be the last vampire hunter standing.