World Golf Tour Review (Gamezebo)

World Golf Tour is the brightest title in a recent proliferation of beautiful and satisfying golf games on Facebook, and it follows and improves upon the exciting developmental trends established by its competition. From its breathtakingly realistic courses to its surgically precise swings and putting motions, this is a true golfer’s social game, complete with…

Ghostbuster: Sanctum of Slime Review (GameSpot)

The first rule of Ghostbusters is that you don’t cross the streams. The second rule of Ghostbusters should be that any respectable game based on the franchise must always let you play the lovable quartet of Egon, Ray, Peter, and Winston. Ghostbusters: Sanctum of Slime manages to break both of these rules, all while forsaking…

World of Warcraft: Troll Patch

World of Warcraft has long been known for its trolls, and not just those who prowl the community forums. I can’t say I’ve really ever had a strong affection for the blue-skinned brutes myself (although I find myself mimicking their faux-Jamaican platitudes as often as the next guy), but their tendency to pop up in…

Slam Bolt Scrappers Review (GameSpot)

Slam Bolt Scrappers is one of those funky games that some creative thinker dreams up but rarely finds the courage or resources to make. What if Tetris had guns and explosions? What if you could clobber other players with flying avatars while sorting blocks? And what if you could pilfer power-ups from airborne ninjas? All…

Rift Review (GameSpy)

Sometime in-between closing my 30th rift and entering my seventh dungeon, I found myself wondering if I could live in the world of Telara. Not in the role-playing sense, of course — but in the sense that I could dump precious months into this competent pretender to Blizzard’s massively multiplayer online throne and walk away…

Dragon Age: Legends Review (Gamezebo)

Electronic Arts’ EA2D studios recently asked why no one’s really ever made a decent turn-based RPG for Facebook, and, finding no suitable answer, they set out to make one of their own. The offspring of this wild endeavor is Dragon Age: Legends, which could be dismissed as mere promotional tripe were it not for the…