There is not one singular thing that Destiny does exceptionally well. In fact, one might argue that Bungie’s attempts at making something groundbreaking fall short and undefined.
Developer 4A Games finally does the series justice on console platforms. Generously added, all downloadable content for both games – be it Ranger Mode or the four DLC packs for Last Light – comes snuggled with Metro Redux, ensuring fans heaps of content that will leave them satisfied for hours upon hours.
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This review is long overdue. I have been playing Dead Trigger 2 since they released their Football Mazzacre in July and I have been so engulfed that I haven’t had time to tell everyone about it. I have come across very few games that have mastered graphics in the way that MADFINGER Games has. Dead Trigger 2 is […]
Like moths drawn to a flame, Crown of the Old Iron King, the second of three add-on scenarios for From Software‘s Dark Souls II, brings players to the ashen stronghold of the eponymous monarch. The scenario tries to keep the momentum going from the Crown of the Sunken King add-on, while shifting away from the […]
Infamous: First Light is a very fun standalone DLC that fans of Infamous will love despite falling short in a few areas, and being overly typical.
Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons, developed by Starbreeze Studios, is a unique little bit of gaming.
Dust: An Elysian Tail is an independently developed game that was published by Microsoft last year. Developed by Humble Hearts, I just recently got around to playing it, and am here to tell you that… well, before I get ahead of myself, let’s do this in the usual format.
Mind: Path to Thalamus, is the creation of Carlos Coronado. A single player, first person puzzle game whereby the player may control the environment in order to progress through detailed, and at times, gorgeous landscapes.
Mobile games are a mixed bag. Sometimes you get something simple and brilliant, like Rovio’s Bad Piggies, and sometimes you get something ambitious, like some of EA’s ventures onto the platform. In this case, Regular Show: The Great Prank War is neither.
Banished is a game with an incredibly simple premise: You control between four and six families of people that have been exiled from their previous town and have to start over somewhere in the wilderness.
I picked up State of Decay on the Steam Summer Sale this year, and it was the first game I installed and booted up from that haul. Developed by Undead Labs, this is a game that promised an involved zombie surviving experience. Did it deliver? Let’s start with the good:
Sniper Elite 3 is an enjoyable time killer, but feels like a rushed game built around a single feature and as such falls woefully short off it’s mark.
Few games turn me into a pacifist the way Kirby: Triple Deluxe did. Throughout the span of my 11 hours with the game, I met some enemies too adorable to slay, even if I did so while wearing a jester’s hat. Of course, this game is more than a fantastic art style—much, much more.