Like Catherine and Katherine, our love for this game can’t be restricted to just one person, so we had two reviewers give their takes on this amazing game! The first review was done before the game was released in America, using a Japanese copy, while the second one was reviewed after its US release. That being said, let the review commence!
This game drops the F-bomb almost as often as I did as an enlisted soldier in the army, and the gore is so over the top that it’ll probably make even the most anti-videogame lobbyist feel silly for ever complaining about Mortal Kombat. However, despite the fact that the game is being marketed as the next “controversial avant-garde” action game, BulletStorm delivers one of the satisfying and fun experiences I’ve ever had playing a videogame.
After 10 long years of waiting for the latest installment of Capcom’s Vs series, Marvel vs Capcom 3 is finally here. At first glance, the game might appear to be a button-masher, but upon closer examination and experimentation with different characters and strategies, one begins to see the depth possible, and the world really opened up!
One of the more challenging games exclusively for the Playstation 3, Demon’s Souls provides the satisfaction that many seldom get from most other video games. The story behind the game is fairly simple: a soul-devouring demon called the Old One and his henchmen demons are plaguing the fallen kingdom of Boletaria. These demons take the souls of men to become stronger, and the kingdom is in dire need of a hero to save it and the rest of the world. This is the part where you, fearless adventurer, come in.
Blood. Guts. And shooting baddies in the face while intoxicated? You guessed it, Epic Games, creator of the legendary Gears of War series, is back to blow your mind. This time we call it Bulletstorm, and they’ve come to deliver with another, dare I say it, Epic game. It may be ridiculous and unnecessary but that’s one of the aspects that makes it unique from the average shooter.