4.33 stars 4.33/5 Stars Average score of 3 user reviews spread across 3 releases and 0 DLC
...it might look something like Super Meat Boy. Everyone knows this is a tough game, believe the hype. It needs to be said that while it is tough, it is not cheap. You do not feel like the game is killing you in ways you could not avoid. Trial-and-error gameplay is at work here, and you have to be ready to learn from your mistakes. This is a game two years in the making and it shows. Lots of "love" was poured into every aspect of it's design, though it never takes itself too seriously. Th...
I was not wholly on board with a sequel to Bioshock. That game was, to me and almost all active members of the gaming community, a very finite and self-contained gem. A sequel did indeed seem like a cash-in on a lucrative property. It very well could have ended up that way, but thankfully it did not. I am a fan of a lot of what the original Bioshock had to offer. Being a filmmaker, I appreciated the cinematic storytelling and originality of setting. It is a game that firmly puts...
I was looking forward to Dante's Inferno. Having been a big fan of Visceral's previous game, Dead Space, I was anxious to see what they threw at us next. I had followed all the video previews and trailers closely. There's something enthralling about a good b-game, and that is what Dante's Inferno is to me. I have never played the supposedly superior God of War series, although I think I will play the third entry when it is released. After picking up Dante's Inferno at m...
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