We got together this week and reviewed a bunch of games for you. And one computer. One large computer.
In which Brian Crecente determines the specific weight that makes a laptop not really a laptop.
In which Michael Fahey finds a couple of somethings negative to say about a game I think he really loves.
Muscle March Micro-Review: Flex Crimes
In which Michael McWhertor compares the fun of a game and the fun of a whoopee cushion.
Matt Hazard: Blood Bath and Beyond Micro-Review: A Bloody Fun Hazard-Time
In which Fahey decides which players of this game deserve a giant belt buckle, and which do not.
Assassin's Creed II: The Battle of Forli Micro-Review: An Un-Macchiavelian Plan
In which I fail to mention the apparently important detail that you can use Da Vinci's glider to get an Achievement/Trophy that's easy to miss in the original game, but, hey, I'd rather complain about how Machiavelli is used.