Craigaleg

Craig is a 22 year old student currently enrolled at Auburn University in Alabama. Though his profession may be in building science, he's always had a heart for gaming. He grew up spending much of his time on the NES, and has grown up playing countless hours over several generations of consoles since. He Tweets and also runs a blog doing game reviews.

Diablo 3 Video Review

Heaven is missing an Angel. Hell is missing you.

Kinect Star Wars Video Review

Ever since 1977, mankind has wished to be a Light Saber wielding Jedi Knight. Kinect Star Wars shows us that no, we really didn't want this.

Journey Review (PSN)

Not a game. Journey is an experience. And a journey...

Mass Effect 3 Review

Reapers gonna reap. Can Shepard delay judgement day while gettin' his Kirk on?

Final Fantasy XIII-2 Review

  WATCH THE VIDEO REVIEW Final Fantasy XIII was one of those love it or hate it games. Open worlds were traded for linear corridors and combat was altered to become more fast paced with control over only one ...

Trine 2 Review

Threesome in the old days took you to some pretty crazy places.

The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword Review

The Legend of Zelda has been going strong for over 25 years now. The classic tale of an adventurer rising up to save Princess Zelda and defeat the evil Ganon never disappoints. Such a long run also puts the ...

21 Games Not To Miss At E3

E3 2010 games are in no short supply, but some are sure to stop the show more than others. While the big three companies show off their shiny new hardware and exclusive console features, the developers will take the ...

Pre-E3 Wrap Up

The annual E3 press conference is almost at hand, and the Internet is abuzz with anticipation of the coming announcements. The big three companies will once again meet to showcase the best new games and hardware ...

Final Fantasy XIII Review

Final Fantasy is one of those few series that has managed to stand the test of time with games that were never dependent upon each other. Each game possessed the same elements, but always managed to throw in a great ...

Ratchet & Clank: A Crack In Time Review

Who would have guessed that we would still be seeing more titles from Ratchet and Clank since it first hit in November 2002?

Hellbound & Down – Demon’s Soul Review

Atlus has released arguably one of the best PS3 RPGs in recent memory. But does this challenging dungeon trek have soul or is it all hellfire?