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Review: Broken Age - Act One 0

When Double Fine and 2-Player Productions started a Kickstarter campaign back in February 2012 for a project that was titled “Double Fine Adventure”, it brought lots of speculation as to what this project would turn out to be. Tim Schafer, the CEO at Double Fine’s last adventure game was Grim Fandango, which was released back in 1998. To much surprise (or little surprise, depending on who you talked to) the campaign for this untitled Double Fine adventure game broke records and made history by ...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

The Wolf Among Us: Episode 1 - Faith Review 0

Picture all of your favorite storybook fairytale characters. The Big Bad Wolf, the three little pigs, Snow White, Beauty and the Beast, Ichabod Crane, the Little Red Riding Hood, and all your other favorites. Now picture them in a gritty-modern day New York noir. Still with me? Now picture some of them as human beings. How's this possible you say? Through a spell called Glamour. This spell transforms a creature into a human form. It's expensive though so some people, like the three pigs, can't a...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

TT Games Buit a Worthy Open World 0

There have been previous Lego games that have claimed that they contain an open world for the player to explore. I beg to differ. Those previous versions contained a "bare-bones" open world. You could only do so much in these so called "worlds" and the main missions of the game still launched through a hub. You couldn't do anything in these open worlds besides fly around an collect a few items here and there. Yes Lego Batman, I am looking at you.As for the newest Lego game, Lego City Under...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

A Superhero can't always be perfect. 0

No one ever said super heroes have it easy. They are constantly under pressure and always being left with no room for error. The first Lego Batman game definitely had its pros and cons but it was a good game in the end. The second game in the series however falls flat when it comes to beating out it's precedent.StoryBatman and his sidekick Robin are at it again, saving Gotham city from more crime. This time, the Joker teams up with Lex Luthor after causing havoc at an awards ceremony that Bruce ...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.