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By Nick Mizled On 31 Mar, 2014 At 10:05 AM | Categorized As Reviews, SLIDEBAR, Wii U | With 2 Comments

When it comes down to how many Mario titles have released over the years, you wonder to yourself: what can they do different? The box art of this game points out right away, the use of the cat suit and that could be great for kids, but what about long time Mario fans? Well this game may […]

By Rowan On 20 Mar, 2014 At 06:05 PM | Categorized As Indie Shoutout, Reviews, SLIDEBAR | With 2 Comments

About a week ago, I was contacted by a team of indie game developers asking for some insight into their development build of a zombie fighting TBS. If the weekly articles didn’t give it away, I love looking at games in development; it shows what the devs think the core of the game is, what […]

By Jeremy "Toaster Mcghee" Roughan On 11 Mar, 2014 At 05:48 PM | Categorized As PS3, PS4, PS4, PSN, Reviews, SLIDEBAR, Uncategorized, XBox 360, XBOX ONE, Xbox One | With 1 Comment

Castlevania. The title brings back fond memories from my childhood of Cheeto stained fingers and equally stained buttons as I jumped and whipped my way through skeletons, Medusa heads, and Dracula. While the franchise has seen its fair share of down times (Castlevania 64 anyone?) Kojima Productions’ Lords of Shadow breathed fresh life into a […]

By John Riley On 6 Mar, 2014 At 09:23 AM | Categorized As Gaming News, PC, PS3, PS4, PS4, Reviews, SLIDEBAR, Uncategorized, XBox 360, Xbox One | With 3 Comments

I’ve got plenty of Tanks for you World of Tanks!  If that does not get you excited you probably were not in the military like I was. World of Tanks is now available for Xbox Live for the 360 and I jumped for the chance to check this out for 2nd Opinion Productions.  I’m not […]

By Rowan On 19 Feb, 2014 At 12:45 PM | Categorized As Indie Shoutout, PC, Reviews, SLIDEBAR, Uncategorized, XBox 360 | With 3 Comments

  A new take on the Metroidvania hybrid genre, Dust: An Elysian Tail by Dean Dodrill is one man’s creation and success. You play as Dust, a memory-less creature who partners with a talking sword and flying fox to find his memories and his destiny. Your adventure takes you between multiple areas filled with enemies, treasures, […]

By John Riley On 19 Feb, 2014 At 11:30 AM | Categorized As PC, Reviews, SLIDEBAR, XBox 360 | With 4 Comments

First off, before I start this game article I have to say that I may compare Constant C to many games in this preview but it is only in a positive light and its similarity to the puzzle genre of video games does not make it any less original. The Superluminal Project which was created by […]

By Soleb On 19 Feb, 2014 At 09:51 AM | Categorized As Gaming News, Gaming Peripherals, PC, PS3, PS4, SLIDEBAR, TOP GAMING NEWS, Wii U, XBox 360 | With 4 Comments

Over the last 20 years now video games have slowly evolved into cinematic adventures with the advancement of their graphics, stories, voice acting, and music. We could even say games can now easily be compared to the quality of actual film and television, but there is something holding us back from fully moving forward as […]

By John Riley On 14 Feb, 2014 At 11:14 AM | Categorized As Reviews | With 7 Comments

Jazz Punk is a unique game in itself and as soon as it starts it makes me think if; Guy Richie made a video game this would be the embodiment of everything awesome. The game’s intro is like watching what PUNY (Yo Gabba Gabba) created for the opening sequence for the movie SUPER with Rain […]

By Rowan On 12 Feb, 2014 At 12:58 PM | Categorized As Indie Shoutout, PC, Reviews, SLIDEBAR, Uncategorized | With 1 Comment

  With all the competitive games out there, finding a place to co-operate with your teammates with sparks of competition is a tough find. In this category of games, Legend of Dungeon by Robot Loves Kitty delivers; it’s a local co-op game where you and your teammates are trying to get from level 1 to 49 […]

By Nick Mizled On 6 Feb, 2014 At 01:38 PM | Categorized As PS4, Reviews, SLIDEBAR, Uncategorized, XBOX ONE | With No Comments
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First off, I personally want to say thank you to the rest of the 2nd Opinion team for having me join the team, this has been a long time coming but without further wait, here it goes. When you think of basketball what names come up? Michael Jordan? Julius Erving? Larry Bird? What if you […]