Blind Review: God of War 3 -An Exclusive!

Welcome to the latest in our long running, fan favorite and potentially future award winning series of exclusive blind reviews. Today we’ll be looking at God of War III, a PS3 exclusive developed by Sony’s Santa Monica studio scheduled for release on March 16th, 2010. Without further ado, or the benefit of having played even a second of the game, here are our thoughts. God of War III: Kamp Kouncilor Kratos As everyone knows, at the end of God of War II for the PS2 Kratos activated a super-weapon built by Archimedes, called the Mountain Fire, that killed every last[…]

Blind Review: Final Fantasy XIII – An Exclusive!

While the North American version of Final Fantasy XIII from Square Enix is not scheduled for release until March next year, the game has just come out for the PS3 in Japan to much fanfare. Most English publications are waiting for a localized version to be completed before publishing their own reviews of this highly title. is lucky enough not to be constrained by such editorial limitations. Please enjoy our patented Blind Review of FFXIII. Final Fantasy XIII: Fashion Dolls in Space City As the first new Final Fantasy of the current generation, expectations are running very high for[…]

Blind Review: Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2: Exclusive!

What follows is the second outing of‘s ground breaking new feature, the Blind Review. Lacking access to reviewable code, our reviewers haveĀ endeavoredĀ to evaluate the hottest new releases on the basis of what we like to think they are like. Please enjoy! Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 – A Soliloquy A great deal of controversy has proceeded the highly anticipated release this week of what is sure to be the biggest game of the year. The official modern day follow-up to the 2007 mega-hit CoD4 has been scrutinized and picked apart like few other titles. The official review embargo[…]

Blind Review: Dragon Age: Origins: A Gamer Blahhhg Exclusive

As a young site that still retains that baby-fresh smell, Gamer Blahhhg does not yet have the kind of industry pull needed to gain early access to reviewable code upcoming games, or even free review copies of new titles when they launch. Other sites might shill themselves out to publishers, trading inflated scores for free merchandise or all expenses paid trips to exclusive “press” events. Gamer Blahhhg has more integrity than that, or at least I’ve never been tempted so as to prove one way or the other. But I don’t think the fact that I haven’t had a chance[…]