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4.25 stars 4.25/5 Stars Average score of 4 user reviews spread across 0 releases and 0 DLC

A delight in every way 0

In FTL: Faster Than Light, you are tasked with bringing a crew of your choosing, running a ship of your choosing, and their precious intel on the Rebel fleet back to friendly territory. Over the course of doing so, you will encounter ion storms in nebulae, asteroid fields, helpless and hapless citizens needing your help, and ruthless pirates that want nothing more than to ruin your day. You will panic and your ship will explode. You will get unlucky and your ship will explode. You will make a wr...

4 out of 5 found this review helpful.

Wait, so what's done is done? 0

 Those of us who live in video games have always had the luxury of a rather juvenile approach to our video game lives. Did you screw up? Go back and try it again. Do you want to be good or evil? Here are two options for you. Here's what will happen depending on what you choose. Change your mind about which option you wanted? Well, that's alright — just go back and try the other thing. Heavy Rain is a gut-wrenching, heart-breaking, emotional stranglehold of a game particularly because it violates...

9 out of 10 found this review helpful.

Do you remember when games were unforgiving? 0

It’s no secret that the moment you make a 2D platforming game on a non-handheld platform, you’ll have my heart from the get-go. Releases in recent years have shown that unlike the 2D brawler genre, which had its heyday — looking at you,  Streets of Rage — but is now dated and unenjoyable, the platforming genre has plenty left to say.  Braid,  Bionic Commando Rearmed, Shadow Complex, and New Super Mario Bros. Wii (despite its title) have shown that the affordances of modern hardware can allow for...

22 out of 23 found this review helpful.

Eagerly anticipating Mirror's Edge 2 0

It cannot be overstated how apparent it is that Mirror's Edge is a labor of love.  Every part of the game is finely crafted, from the musical cues to the graphics to even the death animation.  The voice acting is for the most part superb, and of course the mechanics are reasonably finely tuned.So where does Mirror's Edge stumble?  Two main points–– the story and the action.The premise of Mirror's Edge is promising, if somewhat banal.  There exist runners that serve as a counterculture to the uto...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.