Top Shelf: Week of November 7th (And last week as well)

It’s been a little hectic for me lately, so there was no Top Shelf last week. Which is why this week’s will cover last week too, which featured lots of new games with the release of Kinect for Xbox 360 and GoldenEye 007 for Wii. As far as this week is concerned, only one game probably matters to you, Call of Duty: Black Ops. For a list of this week’s and last week’s top releases, check after the break. Continue reading “Top Shelf: Week of November 7th (And last week as well)”

Top Shelf: Week of October 3rd

This week’s new releases brings what many critics are calling one of the best basketball games of all time, and one of the best sports games of this generation in the form of NBA 2k11. Fittingly so, NBA 2k11 is one of the first games in a long time to feature the greatest basketball of all time, Michael Jordan. Featuring challenges from Jordan’s career, authentic teams from the 90s, and revamped graphics and gameplay, NBA 2k11 looks to be a game worthy of having Michael Jordan on the cover. For a list of this week’s other top releases, check after the break. Continue reading “Top Shelf: Week of October 3rd”

Top Shelf: Week September 26th

This week’s Top Shelf features Dead Rising 2, the much anticipated to the zombie slaying, action game Dead Rising. The sequel packs in a new cooperative mode, a weapon creation system and refined gameplay. With these new features Dead Rising 2 looks to improve upon the problems of it’s predecessor. If you’re looking for a zombie fix, Dead Rising 2 is the place to look. For a list of this week’s other top releases, check after the break. Continue reading “Top Shelf: Week September 26th”

Top Shelf: Week of September 19th

Top Shelf is a new feature that lists the most important games releasing in the week. Gone is the old exhausted list of new releases filled with games that only an ill-advised parent would buy. Top Shelf features not only the best games releasing the current week, but also any games that might possiblly pique your interest. Hopefully this new feature helps in making your game purchasing decisions a bit easier. This week’s featured game is Sid Meier’s Civilization V. Designed to expand on the old school Civilization formula, while also making itself more accessible, critics are already pegging the game as one of the best strategy games of the generation. For a list of this week’s other releases, check after the break. Continue reading “Top Shelf: Week of September 19th”