I know you have a lot of games to play, but why not take a moment and read some of the Bitmob community's best reviews? I'll give you a cookie! Well, not really, but please read them anyway!
Sonic Generations made me want to write to myself
By Tristan Damen
Sonic Generations is the first good Sonic game in over a decade, which is a huge relief to old fans of the series like Tristan and myself. Of course, it doesn't erase the years of disappointment and bitterness. Tristan wishes he could have let his younger self know that his pain would someday be erased.
Early Reflections in Forsaken World
By Daima Delamare
Daima explores Forsaken World, a free to play MMORPG. Interestingly, Daima finds the game bland and simple but overwhelmingly complicated at the same time. That doesn't sound like a fun experience to me. I think I'll just stick to World of Warcraft, subscription fees and all.
Review: Warriors: Legends of Troy
By Chandler Tate
Off the top of my head, I remember a few of the legends of Troy. Let me see…I can name Hector, Achilles, and Orlando Bloom. Anyway, Warriors: Legends of Troy is another simple hack-and-slash. Unsurprisingly, Chandler felt that the experience lacked innovation.
Swept under the carpet: Castlevania Game Boy Games
By Elizabeth Henges
Of course, most of us associate the Castlevania series with portable systems these days, but this was after all of the Metroidvania games that flooded the market, starting with the Game Boy Advance. Before then, most considered the portable entries in the series to be far more obscure. Luckily, Elizabeth gives us a great look back at these retro adventures.
Resistance 3 single player review
By Ben Lake
Ben takes a very long look at Resistance 3's single-player campaign. Seems like ages ago developer Insomniac released that first-person shooter, doesn't it? Well, if you're still unsure if you want to take up the fight against the aliens, or bug things, or…whatever they are, be sure to give Ben's article a read.