When the PlayStation Move was first announced, my first thought was “Oh God, not another Wii…..” I admit I am not a fan of motion controls; at least, that was until I got my hands on the Move.
Enslaved: Odyssey to the West is a bold 3D adventure that not only dares to give you great gameplay, but also an enthralling story. However, does the lack of replay value make you want to sit this journey out?
Nier is an action RPG developed by Cavia and published by Square Enix. It was honestly one of the best gaming experiences that I’ve had with a “modern RPG” in a long time.
Three years ago Nintendo released “Hotel Dusk: Room 215”, an incredibly atmospheric ‘point-and-click’ style adventure-mystery game and probably my hands down favorite game for the DS. I am absolutely thrilled that a sequel has been released, called “Last Window: The Secret of Cape West.”
“Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood” is going to be coming out in two weeks, and to be honest, I’m actually pretty hyped about it. When it was first announced, I admit I had lukewarm feelings about it. However, as time went on and more info was released about the things you can do and the changes to the gameplay, I started to look forward to its release.
For those who don’t already know, cosplay is short for “costume play.” Most commonly, it is when people dress up as an anime or video game character. This phenomenon is hugely popular in Japan, and is rapidly growing in popularity in the United States and across the world.
When compared to the early concept footage from 2007, Kirby’s first outing on the Wii seems to have gone the Resident Evil 4 route when it comes to the finished product. Even without multiple allies and his trademarked powers, is this still a finely woven tale, or does it leave you frayed at the ends?
“A true gentleman should never keep someone waiting.” With finally releasing the third game of the Professor Layton series, it’s good to see that Level 5 & Nintendo are starting to heed the Professor’s words.
[PIP BOY MESSAGE ALERT: In honor of the upcoming “Fallout: New Vegas” we figured why not re-review Fallout 3. Make sure you check back soon for our forth coming review of ‘New Vegas.’]
Once upon a time, it was okay for a comic book game to be below average because sadly, it was the norm for the genre. Then came a little game called “Arkham Asylum.” Now we live in a new day and age where one can rightfully expect just a little more out of a superhero video game. Does Shattered Dimensions live up to this new standard, or do old habits die hard?