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John Woo people in the face and forget the consequences 0

Max Payne has got to be the most down on his luck and depressingly grim character gamers will have ever been invited to inhabit.Not only is the guy chronically addicted to painkillers (a health device neatly incorporated into the narrative), he’s blind drunk through most sections of the game and possibly the most incompetent bodyguard of all time.Set many years after the second game, we pick up with Max escaping his troubled life following his wife and child’s murder to Sao Paulo, Brazil where h...

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More of the same but it fills a hole 0

Darksiders II might not be the game you were hoping for after finishing the first game a couple of years ago.The sequel was screaming out for a four player co-op game featuring all Four Horseman of the Apocalypse (War, Death, Fury and Strife), but what you get here is some more of the same.The first game very much wore its influences on its sleeve, heavily borrowing from games like The Legend of Zelda and Darksiders II is no different.This time you play as War’s brother Death and the story plays...

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Stealth party 0

I don’t care who you are – everyone has dreamed of being a ninja. The idea of embodying a skilled up assassin flipping out and serving up various forms of creeping death has always been ripe ground for computer game based power trips.Mark of the Ninja sees players take control of an unnamed champion in a 2D side scrolling stealth adventure with a heavy emphasis on manipulating enemy AI.Klei Entertainment’s signature cartoon style from its Shank slash’em up games runs through here which is beauti...

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