All in all, The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct is the biggest disappointment since Duke Nukem Forever. The few innovative ideas are ruined by a complete lack of effort and rushed mechanics. My instinct is to avoid wasting my time, sadly I didn’t listen to it on this occasion
PAlthough it’s quite frustrating at times, this is an issue that has plagued the majority of shooting titles since the dawn of multiplayer, and doesn’t usually impact the review scores of titles like Call of Duty. Players familiar with core mechanics of an FPS title won’t feel the spawning is worse than the norm
While Aliens: Colonial Marines may fail to deliver the gameplay experience some were hoping for, it is simply a cannot be missed title for fans of Aliens. Sure the gameplay may be lacking, the AI completely borked and the dialogue a little shallow but it’s authentic to the story and for that reason alone I would highly suggest you rent it. Yes rent, don’t buy it unless you’re seriously interested in the multiplayer
Overall The Chronicles of Riddick: Assault On Dark Athena is an experience I would be happy to forget very quickly. Maybe a big game player back in its day but when it comes to modern day stealth and gunfire mechanics, it falls short. Another Cheap Ass Review on a game that did not stand the test of time
It was never going to be an easy ride for Dead Space 3 as the latest addition to a horror franchise that has sold in excess of 5 million copies, but with a variety of mixed reviews already available online, things aren’t looking great for the latest title from Visceral Games
Viking: Battle For Asgard provides a unique depth to the usually mundane hack and slash genre. Promising players just as much story as there is gore, blood and mindless violence
The corporation headhunts outsiders to fight in an illegal, underground bloodsport that rewards violence, tenacity and blood-lust. Akin to the ancient gladiators of old, these outsiders are thrown into an arena and forced to fight; with only one choice available, kill or be killed
Kazuma Kiryu returns in the 4th addition to the highly popular Japanese franchise, Yakuza 3. Players take on the role of the ass kicking protagonist in a new story direction that takes place both in the familiar setting of the fictional red light district; Kamurocho, and a new area in the form of Ryukyu.otagonist in a new story direction that takes place both in the familiar setting of the fictional red light district; Kamurocho, and a new area in the form of Ryukyu
Joining the party a little late launching on December 4th, Far Cry 3 seemed to have all the ingredients to be a first class, open world first-person shooter. Ubisoft already had a huge winner in the form of Assassins Creed III but were they able to pull it out of the bag twice in the same year?
Promising high-quality graphics and a unique survival experience at the low price of $20, can the 2-man development team provide a title worthy of your collection or does Miasmata fall off the radar
It’s the most successful FPS franchise across all consoles and it’s popular among PC fans but is Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 a title worthy to join the franchise or is it just another episode of repeated mechanics and stale features?
I never in a million years thought I would personally select to play a classical album over that of my normal music tastes but the Greatest Video Game Music 2 has earned a much deserved spot at the top of my music collection. A musical masterpiece that’s capable of bridging the gap between today’s youth and the classical music genre