Be a super spy in the Bourne Conspiracy

Posted on 26th February 2009 by gamerzclash in Consoles,Games,Reviews - Comments Off on Be a super spy in the Bourne Conspiracy

Read the book? Watched the movie? If you have, you would most likely warm up to the game in no time. Robert Ludlum’s The Bourne Conspiracy is set to make a debut in early June and will be coming to the XBOX 360 platform. With the amount of action that one can perform with the game, even Business Loan Companies would want their employees to try it out. I am not sure whether they will provide a loan for you to buy the game, however, but perhaps you can try applying to them.

You begin the game at an American embassy located in Zurich. This prequel happens 18 months prior to the first movie in the trilogy and features Bourne as an assassin attached to the CIA, chasing criminals through various car chases in the streets of Paris. The combat controls in this game are relatively easy to master and you won’t experience much hassles while performing series of kicks and punches. You will also have Bourne performing a combination of light and heavy strikes coupled with a bevy of blocks to deflect enemy hits levitra canada.

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Final Fantasy XI comes full circle in XBOX 360

Posted on 30th August 2008 by gamerzclash in Consoles,Games,Reviews - Comments Off on Final Fantasy XI comes full circle in XBOX 360

Finally! Final Fantasy XI: The Vanadiel Collection is coming to the XBOX 360! This persistent-world RPG is set to rock the console gaming world and naturally you don’t expect this game to come alone, do you? No sir! The Vanadiel Collection compiles the game together with the first four expansion packs so that XBOX 360 gamers will not be left out at all. This package contains the basic “Final Fantasy: XI” online game as well as the add-ons that include “Rise of the Zilart”, “Chains of Promathia”, “Treasures of Aht Urhgan” and “Wings of the Goddess”. Players also get a comprehensive little map of Vanadiel and walkthroughs for gamers who are new to the Vanadiel world.

As a recap, the “Wings of Goddess” expansion pack gives player a new insight into various parts of Vanadiel that has yet to be explored: it’s past. Here, you will be immersed in a war involving the Shadow Lord and the Beastmen who both wanted to tear apart the three empires of San d’Oria, Bastok and Windurst. When participating in the in-game campaigns, players can opt to take sides with either one of the three factions named above. Overall, this expansion pack boasts of richness in terms of game play and cinematic shorts.

Playing Star Wars on iPhone

Posted on 18th July 2008 by gamerzclash in Consoles,Games,Information,Trailers - Comments Off on Playing Star Wars on iPhone

The iPhone has certainly introduced a new way of playing video games because of its touch screen feature that is able to detect finger movement. The following is a video demo of Star Wars: The Force Unleashed released for the iPhone It looks difficult to execute the commands however but it still looks like fun nonetheless.

Why The World Ends With You

Posted on 16th May 2008 by gamerzclash in Consoles,Games,Reviews - Comments (1)

Own a Nintendo DS? Love Kingdom Hearts? If you’ve answered yes to the questions above, chances are that you will simply adore “The World Ends with You”, a new DS game that is just out on the streets. If you think that this game is all about swords and sorcery, magic and damsels in distress, you are only half-correct. Square-Enix took this game to another level by taking all the elements that Final Fantasy and Kingdom Hearts fans love, and transporting it all to modern-day Tokyo.

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Indy in Legoland

Posted on 6th May 2008 by gamerzclash in Consoles,Games,PC,Reviews - Comments Off on Indy in Legoland

Lego Indiana Jones: The Original Adventures is yet another valuable gem produced by Travellers’ Tales and is expected to create waves this June for the Wii, Playstation 2, Playstation 3, XBOX 360, DS, PC and the Sony PSP. Unlike its Star Wars predecessors, players will find 18 levels encased within the Lego Indiana Jones game, six of which is based upon the films Raiders of the Lost Ark”, “Temple of Doom” and “The Last Crusade”. If you do it well, you can even find bonus levels. This action-packed game is delightfully made with ample humor and witty dialogues.

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