Clash of Legends: Mortal Kombat vs DC Universe

Posted on 30th May 2009 by gamerzclash in Consoles,Games,Reviews - Comments Off on Clash of Legends: Mortal Kombat vs DC Universe

A classic game whipping goes in the next extraordinary session. Two arch-enemies meet in the ring: the fight against Batman and Joker is virtually inevitable. Batman against Superman — only one can win. But who is the best club in the superhero? Many comic fans have probably already asked this question. With the beatings game “Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe” give us the answer from now on itself. Apart from the classic DC comic book heroes like the Joker and Catwoman are the heroes of “Mortal Kombat” series at Scorpion, Sub Zero and Liu Kang gun at foot.

You can choose from 22 more or less well-known fighters of the two universes. For the single-player mode, there are two campaigns, in which the game is the story from different perspectives based on the movie it narrates. While you’re in the first campaign exclusively with the superheroes fight, get in the second only with “Mortal Kombat” fighters on. The story is far-fetched and a desperate attempt to merge the two hero’s universes.

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Fallout 3: Sequel of the Year on Xbox 360

Posted on 26th February 2009 by gamerzclash in Consoles,Reviews - Comments Off on Fallout 3: Sequel of the Year on Xbox 360

Fallout has long been considered one of the best post-apocalyptic action RPGs in the gaming aren and the the Xbox 360 versipn made its debut on September 2008. Developed by Bethesda Game Studio, the makers of Morrowind and Oblivion have returned to create this stunning sequel that will charm the socks off both fans and new players to the genre and Fallout franchise. In fact, the movie production industry looks fun if they were to make this game into a movie.

Fallout 3 is a first person game, as opposed to the original top-down Fallout which allows gamers to roam a nuclear wasteland while armed with an assortment of guns and other weapons. Lest you think this is another Gears of War first person shooter, let me correct you: no, it is not an FPS although there will be FPS-like moments in the game.

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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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Spooking it out with Ghostbusters

Posted on 26th February 2009 by gamerzclash in Games,PC,Reviews - Comments Off on Spooking it out with Ghostbusters

Everyone, young or old, remembers the old Ghostbusters movies. We love the humorous stories and lovable characters played by Dan Akroyd, Bill Murray, Harold Ramis and Ernie Hudson. They are not working at a Executive Recruitment Firm, but as the famous team of para-psychologists who open their own firm to combat ghosts and other spooks. Talk about making money by providing a service firm to get rid of ghosts, that is certainly a new one! I bet that no one has ever recruited an employee for a firm that fights ghosts. It is only fair to say that fans will definitely buy this game for one main reason, that this game is written by the original actors Akroyd and Ramis themselves.

Anyway, coming back to the review, the game takes place in the year 1991, several years after Ghostbuster 2. The four buddies basically have their careers set as the city’s premier ghost busters. You play a newbie who joins their team in search of clues behind heightening paranormal activities and find out that the Ghostbusters’ old arch nemesis, Gozer, is behind all this. You will see plenty of the original cast in this game, voiced by the actors themselves.

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Star Wars: Battlefront II for PC

Posted on 22nd January 2009 by gamerzclash in PC,Reviews - Comments Off on Star Wars: Battlefront II for PC

Earlier the Star Wars: Battlefront I for PC enabled its fans to battle through missions and settings pulled straight from the movies. After considering the huge number of requests from their fans, LucasArts and Pandemic now presents Star Wars: Battlefront II for PC this holiday season. In order to increase the game’s playability and enjoyment, many modifications and upgrades have been made in the Star Wars Battlefront II. Star Wars: Battlefront II chases away the old Battlefront storyline. Battlefront II is based on a first-person story which follows Darth Vader’s elite 501st Legion of Storm Troopers and is inspired from various books, like Timothy Zahn’s and other publications – from the start and through the rest of the movie’s storyline satisfying the restless hearts of many hardcore fans.

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