Impressively, Nickelodeon’s current TV adaptation of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles packs the action necessary to wrangle in a younger audience while also being witty and well-written enough for older fans who enjoyed the Turtles almost 30 years ago. Unfortunately, Nickelodeon's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles on the 3DS manages to get repetitive despite being a very short experience.
Reviewed on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Wii U and Xbox 360
Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag is a smart, sprawling sequel that wisely places an emphasis on freedom and fun while trimming most of the fat that bogged down Assassin’s Creed III’s ambitious but uneven adventure. Ubisoft’s take on the Golden Age of Piracy begins in 1715, and is presented with a much-appreciated lighter tone that isn’t afraid to make fun of itself in the name of an entertaining journey.
Andre isn't too happy with Ollie. You might even say that there's a cold war of sorts between the two.
While Andre skulks in the corner, Ollie happily chats up a girl who has shown up at his party. Ollie has been on a roll tonight, and it's reflected in the choices he has when interacting with his lady. He's already hit a proverbial double, and if things keep on as they have been, he may round the bases.