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Legendary Review

Endangered species

Legendary Screenshot

HIGH The Kraken fight is pretty scary.

LOW If I never shoot another black body armour wearing stormtrooper, it'll be too soon.

WTF There are flying babies with razor-sharp fangs and insect wings. If only this monster design had been used in a better game.

Flower Review

The sublime power of Flower

Flower (PS3) Screenshot

HIGH One of the most satisfying and appropriate closing credits in a video game.

LOW Getting stuck for about 20 minutes and having no idea what to do next.

WTF Long credits made me wonder "How many people does it take to make a game this short?"

Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe Review

OSHA-Approved Kombat

Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe Screenshot

HIGH People want to play a game as Batman. This game allows them to do that.

LOW The fatalities are universally terrible.

WTF Here's a memo, Midway. I own this game. I'm not standing in an arcade with people in line to play. So, if I want to pause the game so I can look up a website to find out how to do Batman's… ugh…"Heroic Brutality"… then I should damn well be able to pause the game.

The Horror Geek presents: New Wolfenstein wants you to kill more Nazi zombies

If there's a more perfect video game enemy than the Nazi zombie, I'll be damned if I can think of what it is. The Nazis are the most evil guys in history, and if someone had told Himmler "hey, maybe we can bring dead guys back to life as flesh eating ghouls who will fight for the Fatherland", I bet that crazy bastard would have dispatched an SS regiment to look into it posthaste. It's one of those weird things that's totally implausible, but feels like it could have happened.

Anyway, there's a new Wolfenstein game coming out—and it's all about killing Nazi zombies. The official website is up and now I've got a trailer for the game courtesy of the guys over at Game Trailers.

So, enjoy this glimpse of what's to come and get your rifles ready. The new Wolfenstein hits the PC, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3 this July.

The Horror Geek presents: Alyssa Milano signs on for Ghostbusters videogame

Alyssa Milano Signs on for Ghostbusters Video GameIf you're my age (37 later this year) then odds are you and your friends spent a large portion of your childhood lusting after Alyssa Milano. Let's face it—was there really any other reason to watch Who's the Boss? I rest my case.

Variety is reporting that Milano has been hired to voice the female lead in the game, which sees the return of the entire original cast, minus Sigourney Weaver (who declined the offer to return). When asked about replacing Weaver, Milano offered the following:

"Obviously, fans of the movie are going to miss Sigourney Weaver. I have so much respect for that character in the movie that I hope I do the position that she is in justice. I was just flattered to be asked to be part of Ghostbusters."

Milano will be voicing the character of Dr. Ilyssa Selwyn, the brainy guest curator of a "World of Gozer" exhibit at the Natural History Museum.

Ghostbusters hits video game retailers on June 16th. It's available for the PS2, PS3, Xbox 360, Wii, PC, and Nintendo DS.

The Lord of the Rings: Conquest Review

Not the preciousss...

The Lord of the Rings: Conquest Screenshot

HIGH Finishing the game in two sessions and ending the agony ASAP.

LOW The entire project feels undercooked in every way.

WTF A bunch of f'ing hobbits take down the Balrog?!?

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