Bombin' the A.M. With Scoops and the Wolf
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Black Flag takes a sharp left turn from the series' traditional progression, but the ways in which it diverges are what make it one of the most purely entertaining games in the franchise.
The third outing of Capcom's other, more ridiculous zombie franchise ably walks the line between approachability and the series' trademark off-the-wall quirk.
Media Molecule makes a strong case for the Vita, with a deeply charming game that thoughtfully uses everything the hardware has to offer.
In no particular order.
Going by what I've played: Recommended: Ninja Gaiden 2, Dead Rising 1 & 2, Company of Heroes, Crackdown; Meh: Red Dead Redemption, Eternal Sonata, Resident Evil 5, Metro 2033, Freedom Fighters; Avoid: Fable 3, Shinobi, Nightshade. Crackdown and the first Dead Rising may feel a tad dated by now, in both looks and mechanics. Those were some of the earliest X360 games, after all. Resident Evil 5 is really like fourth, just incredibly stripped down to the basics, i.e. shooting. Not nearly as much interesting and varied boss fights, action sequences, or environments; not even single a casual puzzle. I liked the unlockable Mercenaries mode more than the main campaign. Fallout: NV looks pretty good, despite all the bugs. Since the game was handed down to the creators of the original games, which were much more of true RPGs than anything Bethesda has ever made, it seems like the game actually presents you with choices that shape up your story.
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