Adam Leith

Serial blogger, gamer, film buff and LFC Fan. Addybabes on XBL, often playing games that you haven't heard of. Self proclaimed social nerd.

The Walking Dead: 400 Days- Why its attempt at Pulp Fiction doesnt really work

SPOILERS ALERT: The decisions and outcomes of both the Walking Dead: Season 1 and the 400 Days DLC are touched upon in this article. You have been warned! I was one of the many who bought the 400 Days DLC for Telltales epic The Walking Dead series and lapped it up in about an hour and a half. Whilst consistently thinking about how mind-blowing it was, life caught up with me and a review seemed fur...

Magic 2014: Duel of the Planeswalkers Review

Duel of the Planeswalkers (DotP) is a difficult game to review as its expectations as a game will vary wildly depending on what camp you are in; do you want a bombastic interpretation of the Magic series that utilises the Xbox 360’s graphics alongside high end strategy, or do you want a near carbon copy of the actual card game that is already out there, but with the ease of an internet conne...

Monaco – What’s Yours Is Mine Review

E3 has been and gone and the console war has started a fresh. Yet, with all the focus on the next generation, there is a real chance that a few good games may slip the net between old and new, which is why Monaco is highlighted for your gaming pleasure; its quirky appearance, original idea and wry sense of humour presents a tight and polished package which contains a few minor hiccups here and the...

Assassins Creed 3: The Tyranny of King Washington: The Redemption Review

In the final episode of Ubisofts trilogy of Assassins Creed 3 DLC, we find Ratonhnhaké:ton on his way to New York and to face off against George Washington once and for all. Despite having all the groundwork for a battle of titans, the final chapter is one big anti climax , and pretty much ruins a great basis for a story and turns it into a wishy washy mess. The main focus of this particular DLC w...

Assassins Creed 3: The Tyranny of King Washington: The Betrayal Review

Episode 2 takes Connor from the barren lands of the Frontier back into Boston, not necessarily willingly, creating much more coherent storyline, and a overall better experience than the previous episode allowing much more interesting gameplay intertwined with a story that has now found its feet. Now back in Boston, and a prison cell, we meet Benjamin Franklin, Putnam and King George at their worst...

Assassins Creed 3 The Tyranny of King Washington: The Infamy Review

The Assassins Creed series has always been about exploration, whether it be the epic architecture of Rome or the vast frontier of Old America, as you go about your business as a master assassin in a multitude of time periods. The Tyranny of King Washington’s first episode, while positing an incredibly interesting story, falls short of the sheer epicness that the main game exceeded in , and c...

Mass Effect 3 Citadel DLC Review

Commander Shepard’s swansong has arrived, with heaps of love and nods to the many fans of the Mass Effect series which just about gleans over what little actual game play the DLC has to offer. Shepard and his crew are ordered to take shore leave ,after it is judged that the Normandy has taken quite a beating over the course of the war against the Reapers, and that Shepard might need a rest a...

Why Haven’t You Played Binary Domain?

We have all been there. Played the latest releases to death, exhausted multiplayer after hearing too many whiny voices over Xbox Live, and bought and completed every DLC possible (even that Horse Armour for Oblivion that you are rather embarrassed that you ever thought was worth any money at all) .Traipsing through the internet and having a look for a few games to pass the time until the next AAA ...

New Bioshock Infinite Screenshots

In order to help out any gamer that is literally salivating about the latest entry in the Bioshock series, Bioshock Infinite, Irrational Games have released four new screenshots.

Assassins Creeds III- Tyranny of King Washington release date

  The massive DLC that Assassins Creed fans have been waiting for since it was first announced finally has a release date.  The DLC focuses on an alternate universe where Washington, corrupted by the powers of the Pieces of Eden like so many before him, turns his back on the Revolution and the Republic and becomes a tyrant of his newly acquired land; its Connors job to stop his old friend, by...

Disney Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two Review

After reviewing Toy Story Mania, my expectations for Epic Mickey 2 were pretty low; if Disney were prepared to hand out one of their most popular series’ willy nilly then what hope was there for their golden egg, Mr Mickey? Thankfully Epic Mickey exceeded all my, frankly, very low expectations and is an experience that both children and adults alike can enjoy, despite being rough around the ...

Toy Story Mania Review

Mania never seems to be quite sure what it wants to be; an attempt to throw everything and anything into a Toy Story package or to be a game. It reeks of a rush job with a vast array of bugs here in 2012, let alone when it was originally released for the Wii back in September 2009 and its attempts at trying to take you back to the Disneyland experience is frankly pathetic.  It doesn’t matter...

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