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Average score of 4 user reviews
The Last of Us is an amazing achievement and one that shows that Naughty Dog has the ability to adapt with aplomb. 3
(Note: I only played through the single-player so the review is solely focused on that.)Not too many games come with higher expectations nowadays. Naughty Dogs’ flagship PS3 series Uncharted has garnered critical and commercial praise across the board. With that series mainly focusing on Indiana Jones-like thrills, one would not be totally wrong in thinking that The Last of Us was just Uncharted with zombies. Luckily for us, it’s far more than that. The Last of Us brings true terror and a weigh...5 out of 7 found this review helpful.
Ni No Kuni’s luscious visuals and heartfelt story meld together to create a world you won’t soon forget. 0
JRPG fans appear to have gotten the short end of the stick this generation. With a plethora of classics being released on the SNES, Playstation, and Playstation 2 it was easy to get excited for what could be done on a new batch of consoles. Sadly, there have only been a mere handful of JRPGs that reached that high bar set in prior years. When long time developer Level-5 and famed Japanese animation team Studio Ghibli teamed up to create this title, they seemed poised to live up to those lofty ex...7 out of 7 found this review helpful.
Whether you're a Tomb Raider fan or just in the mood for some thrilling action, this reboot's got you covered. 3
Lara Croft has had something of an interesting career in the video game industry. Once a pinnacle in the original Playstations' library of games, the Tomb Raider series began to lose some steam after the second or third title. With each new chapter, developers promised a return to Lara's golden days as an adventurer, but what players were left with was some poorly aging controls and questionable story decisions. So, when Square Enix announced that they would be rebooting the long standing series...6 out of 6 found this review helpful.
Vast improvements to the gameplay make Metro: Last Light a better shooter without losing its unique style. 2
In 2010 we were introduced to Metro 2033, 4A Games' first attempt at bringing Dmitry Glukhovskys' novel to the video game realm. The result was a product that was drenched in atmosphere, but more than a little lacking in the gameplay department. Thankfully, 4A Games got another crack at this endearing world and with it they've made much needed improvements, resulting in one of the most engrossing experiences in recent memory.If you haven't played the first game it wouldn't be a bad idea to check...3 out of 3 found this review helpful.