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Ok, think back. This might sound a little weird to some, but there was a time when LucasArts didn't make nothing but Star Wars games. Granted, these Star Wars games are good, most recently with the incredible Knights Of The Old Republic (KOTOR) and Rogue Squadron 3, but my favorite LucasArts (LA) games have always been the non Star Wars games. The point I'm trying to make is that LA has forgotten their roots. Adventure games were what got LucasArts to the industry powerhouse they are now. Unfor...
In a couple of my other reviews, I touched on the idea of mature content in games. Now usually when I see that big 'M' on the bottom left corner of the box, I think that, because of previous experiences, the game will have a plethora of blood, violence, sexual innuendo, and more cursing then happy hour at a biker bar. Now in most 'M' rated games, they're about as mature as a 10 year old who just discovered the many uses for the 'F' word. Still Life, the new game made by the makers of the Syberia...
How important is innovation to you? Does it really matter? If you play a game, and it's tons of fun, but you've played it in some form a bunch of times before, is the game worse because of it? Now, opposite question: Say a game is completely original, has a bunch of things that's never been done before, but it's not all that fun. Do you give it the benefit of the doubt for trying something new or trash it for not being very enertaining? In my eyes, I see innovation as a great bonus. If a game is...
Most PC adventure gamers don't work well on consoles. The XBox got quit a few in it's lifespan Since the XBox was released over 6 years ago, I've gotten Syberia 1 & 2, Myst 3 & 4, Still Life, Leisure Suit Larry: Magna Cum Laude (If you wanna count that), Indigo Prophecy, and Dreamfall. That's it. So when Ubisoft put out a compilation pack of the first two CSI games on the XBox, I was ecstatic. I was a little skeptical of the quality of this title because of one very interesting thing: T...
Okay, odds are you've read the book (65 million copies in print in a mere 4 years. Yeah, it's a record), seen the movie (2nd highest worldwide opening of all time at $208 million bucks), or at least heard of the massive amount of hoopla about Dan Brown's book and the millions of people the book has managed to either entertain, enlighten, or flat out tick off. But while you're (In one way or the other) cracking the code, there's one thing to remember. The Da Vinci Code is a WORK OF FICTION. Now t...
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