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Unique and Outstanding 0

The Kid wakes up.Few games do as many things as well as Supergiant Games’s Bastion. In this small, downloadable title is some of the best gameplay, most stunning art, and most inventive presentation I have ever seen in a video game. It does what only the best games are capable of doing, which is immerse you in a world and make you want to experience all of it.Up front, the first thing people probably notice about Bastion is its stunning art style. The bright, vivid, and varied color palette is a...

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Too Stuck in the Past 0

Adam Jensen talks to a dude.Deus Ex: Human Revolution from Eidos Montreal and Square Enix feels like a game out of time. Its cyberpunk aesthetic and storyline as well as its level design and some of its mechanics feel ripped out of a game that was made in the era of the original Deus Ex. Back in the heady days of 2000 when films like The Matrix were still blowing everybody’s minds, you could get away with a gruff protagonist wearing a trenchcoat and sunglasses, but it looks very out of place in ...

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A Unique and Memorable Experience 0

On the scene of an arson caseFor those tired of the FPSs, RPGs, RTSs and other acronymic genres typical of modern video games, last year’s L.A. Noire from now-defunct Australian developer Team Bondi and well-known publisher Rockstar Games offers an experience unlike any other game I have played to date. It is not without its flaws, but its unique atmosphere and setting, great characters and writing, and surprising amount of variety more than make up for some frustrating gameplay foibles to creat...

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