4.17 stars 4.17/5 Stars Average score of 3 user reviews spread across 3 releases and 0 DLC
When someone tells you Rockstar Games is working on something new, assumptions are made, and in the past, have been mostly correct. Rockstar’s craftsmanship has flourished from their first encounter with open-world gameplay in Grand Theft Auto 3. L.A. Noire breaks that pattern and offers a variety of drastically different mechanics that arguably counter the freedom of their past work. For the avid fans of the GTA series, this is a game that’s not the same style, or even same genre for that matt...
Slight spoilers regarding the events of Portal. Also this review covers only the single-player experience. The co-op was unavailable to me at the time.I'll admit it. Offing multiple dudes with a variety of dangerous objects and guns can be very entertaining, but shotguns, machetes, rocket launchers, and plasma guns all do the job just fine--it's simply a matter of efficiency and pints of blood. Outside of that, the creativity is lost. It's for those reasons the lack of quizzical puzzles in most ...
Alan Wake is not just the title of the game, it is a man grasping for answers throughout his frantic, foreboding search for his missing wife. As each hour passes by he tries to grab hold of his mind while it derails itself from sanity. He becomes tormented by the inhabitants of Bright Falls, a small town somewhere in the Pacific Northwest where he and his wife decide to take a short vacation. Alan Wake is by no means a horror-game, nor is it an action-game, it’s a psychological thriller with el...
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