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Seriously. This game looks great.I'm not entirely certain at which point in Sucker Punch's inFamous: Second Son's incredible opening I realized I was not actually experiencing a sleep-deprived hallucination at around 4:30 AM, and yes, this was actually a game that I was playing. Drop-dead gorgeous, astonishingly fun, and surprisingly touching, Second Son is an experience that shouldn't be missed.For starters, Second Son is easily one of the best looking games I have ever played, bar none. If thi...4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
Somewhere, buried deep, deep in the heart of Contrast, is a spark. The spark of a fantastic idea, one that could, with the right fuel, conditions, and maybe just a little luck, ignite into a tremendous fire. However, like a metaphor that begins to spiral out of control, Contrast smothers that spark with enough wet tinder so that all that remains is just that, a spark.In Contrast, players take the role of Dawn, an imaginary-friend-meets-guardian-angel who can shift in between the physical world a...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Dangan Ronpa's characters can be hit or miss, but the dark and ultra-slick mystery is worth experiencing. 2
(Disclaimer: I played the game using the translation patch by Project Zetsubou. In addition, I will attempt to remain as spoiler free as possible, but some will be inevitable.)High school. A time of raging hormones, weirdly inflated self-worth, and the conflicts that occur when those two things meet. Needless to say, I do not reflect on my time in high school as a positive experience. However, compared to the students of Kibougamine Academy in Spike's Dangan Ronpa: Kibou no Gakuen to Zetsubou no...5 out of 5 found this review helpful.