[PIP BOY MESSAGE ALERT: In honor of the upcoming “Fallout: New Vegas” we figured why not re-review Fallout 3. Make sure you check back soon for our forth coming review of ‘New Vegas.’]
Once upon a time, it was okay for a comic book game to be below average because sadly, it was the norm for the genre. Then came a little game called “Arkham Asylum.” Now we live in a new day and age where one can rightfully expect just a little more out of a superhero video game. Does Shattered Dimensions live up to this new standard, or do old habits die hard?
Ace Combat takes flight with its second sortie on the PSP, Joint Assault. It comes with some very welcome changes for the series, as it was starting to become a bit formulaic, even for a diehard Ace Combat fan like myself.
The first Blazblue came out in 2009, spurred by the resurgence in popularity of fighting games. Its successor, Blazblue: Continuum Shift, builds upon the original and improves significantly on every aspect of the first game.
Level Up Video Games is happy to announce the edition of these sleek modded controllers to our ever expanding high-end gaming gear.
Congratulations to our 1st Place winners Armando Elias and Albert Mendibles. Grand prize winners took home $150 store credit.
Hey Guys and Gals, I am back again with another story from Life as Gamestore Owner.
Rather than write a typical “preview” about Halo: Reach, releasing this September 14th, talking all about the cool new aspects of the single player campaign or the improved multi-player system, we figured we would just post a bunch of cool videos about Reach instead. Enjoy!
On Thursday, August 19th, Level Up Video Games, an independent video game store in Tucson, AZ, was honored with a visit from none other than the GameStop Head of Visual Merchandising & Store Development, along with one of his Regional Managers.
Here is the wrap up on the new 360 4GB system. The system retails for $199.99 and is available for purchase now.