Aaron Colter

Aaron Colter

Former Digital Trends Contributor

Are diesel-powered cars better than hybrids?

There are still a lot of misconceptions about diesel-powered cars in the United States, but are they really any better or worse than popular hybrids gracing the roads?

Kinect Party review: It’s not really a game, but your kids will love it

What Double Fine Productions' Kinect Party lacks in traditional gameplay mechanics, it more than makes up for in frantic, all-ages fun.

DT’s ‘Better Than Socks’ Holiday Giveaway: Fitbit Zip

Win your own Fitbit Zip pedometer in DT's 'Better Than Socks' Holiday Giveaway: Just impress me with your favorite workout song.

Guardians of Middle-earth review: Ambition can’t save this cash-in

WBIE's Guardians of Middle-earth may get the basics of the multiplayer online battle arena genre right, but that isn't enough to distract from the fact that the game is a blatant attempt to cash in on two trends simultaneously.

Persona 4 Golden review: Sony’s handheld has a new top game

With the release of Persona 4 Golden, Atlus hopes to revive the best roleplaying title of the PlayStation 2 generation for a new era of handhelds, inadvertently trumping all modern roleplaying games in the process.

The Walking Dead Episode 5 review: A fitting end for the best story of the year

Telltale's episodic adaptation of Robert Kirkman's The Walking Dead has finally arrived, and it's as emotionally jarring as you'd expect.

PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale review: Sony apes Nintendo with unspectacular results

Sony's new fighter PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale is blatantly patterned after Nintendo's Smash Bros. franchise. Whether that's a positive or negative however, is up to personal interpretation.

Pid review: An unremarkable, unoriginal adventure

Pid is the latest in a long line of modern games that hopes to recapture the magic of old-school platforming titles. Unfortunately, it's far from the best.

Okami HD review: Amaterasu returns, more beautiful than ever

Though it was under-appreciated in its own time, Capcom hopes that modern technology might offer its Okami a new lease on life.

Street Fighter X Tekken Vita review: A Technical knockout for Sony’s handheld system

Capcom has released the most polished version of Street Fighter X Tekken to date on Sony's PS Vita handheld, though beneath the wealth of new features lies the same old fighter.

Silent Hill: Book Of Memories review: Experiments in dungeon crawling

In an effort to expand the Silent Hill franchise Konami has created a game that veers way off track.

The Walking Dead Episode 4 review: Bigger, darker, better

To the surprise of no one, things take yet another turn for the worse in Telltale's latest episode of The Walking Dead.