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3.5 stars 3.5/5 Stars Average score of 4 user reviews spread across 0 releases and 0 DLC

Fast-paced, punk-rock attitude and plenty of fourth wall breaking. Sunset Overdrive = unique. 0

Insomniac, the developer behind such beloved PlayStation exclusive franchises as Ratchet and Clank and Spyro the Dragon, chose a more different route with their newest IP, Sunset Overdrive. While the whacky story telling and beautiful color palettes return in a big way, Sunset Overdrive marks Insomniacs first complete departure from the PlayStation platform. The result of which, an Xbox exclusive unlike any other. Sunset Overdrive is a fast paced, adrenaline inducing third-person shooter that de...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

AC3 offers variety of mechanics though not franchise’s best. 0

Those who are familiar with the Assassin’s Creed franchise know a bit of the complexities that have been fleshed out by developer Ubisoft. Since 2007 we have followed the story of Desmond Miles as he rejoined the mysterious group known as the Assassins in their fight against the Templar. We’ve followed Desmond into the Animus – the machine that uses genetics to grant the user the ability to relive the memories of one of their ancestors – as he trained using the experiences of Altaïr Ibn-La’Ahad ...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Quick Review: Alice Madness Returns 0

Gameplay - 7.0Alice Madness Returns attempts to replicate gameplay found in most 3D Mario and Zelda games, but it lacks in certain key elements that hold the gameplay back. Camera angles constantly change on you, forcing a change in the direction you’re moving. This usually happens at the worst possible moments and often leads to an instant death. At random points your weapon will lockup, or while walking along a path Alice will get hung up on what looks like nothing. Though the game does have d...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Quick Review: From Dust 0

Gameplay - 7.5Ubisoft takes a crack at attempting to revive the “God-game” genre with it’s latest XBL release “From Dust.” In From Dust you play as a God-like figure, “The Breath,” that must assist a tribe in exploring new areas of a desolate world and populating it. As “The Breath” you are exactly that, an invisible figure that can manipulate most of the environments of the world. On screen “The Breath” is presented as a cursor, which can be moved over sand, water, and lava with the ability to ...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.