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Jazzpunk makes a fantastic first impression that wears thin by the end. 0

As Jazzpunk's brash, stylistic opening blares and swoops across the screen, you'd be forgiven for assuming that it's a game by Brendan Chung, the designer of bold, fantastic games like Gravity Bone, Thirty Flights of Loving, and the upcoming Quadrilateral Cowboy. Its got the same audacity and a similar visual style, full of loud colors and clean lines. It has the same panache for catchy brass music and it even splashes giant white text into the world in the same way. But a Brendan Chung game it ...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Death is not failure here. 0

I was arrogant when I started Demon's Souls. I ignored the warnings of those who had come before me and pranced through the first level without dying once, laughing in the face of man and God alike.But check the dates of my trophies and you'll see a pretty clear story being told: My arrogance lasted about a month and a half before I finally got stuck and quit until eight months later when an insomnia-driven decision at 4 a.m. got me back in. I overcame my roadblock, fell asleep, then woke up and...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

A buggy, unfocused, hyper-political mess. 0

Assassin's Creed III is the most dramatic overhaul in the series. It proudly features a new engine with streamlined controls, revamped combat, and reworked animations, among a host of other changes. It introduces a groundbreaking new setting with unflinching, unromanticized depictions of history. It promises to finally deliver on Desmond's potential and end his part in the overarching storyline.Assassin's Creed III is also a total disaster from start to finish.Many of the game's problems are sub...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.