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If you have played Samorost or its sequel (aptly named Samorost 2), you have some idea of what to expect from Machiniarium. A desolate and haunting world that is somehow also full of life and wonder, interspersed with odd characters that never speak and still manage to convey a depth and range of emotion that will surprise you. The art and the music are pitch perfect. The character design is haunting and expressive. Your avatar inhabits a world that seems to be dying with a whimper, rather than ...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
Arma 2 is a game that makes no apologies, even when it should. The game takes place in a massive world with virtually no borders where the player can use a variety of authentically modeled pieces of military hardware to accomplish any number of different objectives. Make no mistake, ArmA 2 is the Microsoft Flight Simulator of infantry combat, and comparing it to Call of Duty is like comparing Hearts of Iron to Risk. However, in its current state, it is hard to recommend to even the most hardened...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.