Posts Tagged ‘action’

Vanquish Review

March 4, 2011 Leave a comment

Sam Gideon in VanquishBy Kob Monney

Why run and gun when you can slide on your knees and shoot a robot in the head? If there has been something lacking about the third-person genre it is movement. The rigidity of staying in one place (usually in cover) and waiting for the enemy’s head has been a popular staple (at least in most of the third person shooters I’ve played). Splinter Cell: Conviction rectified this in some way with its last known location mechanic. Vanquish? Well, it has you sliding on your knees. Read more…

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Welcome to the Madhouse – Batman: Arkham Asylum

September 10, 2010 Leave a comment

By Tom Dann

The mind is an interesting thing. There are seven billion people in the world, and everyone’s mind is unique. The mind is capable of beauty or ugliness, simplicity or complexity. Most importantly to Arkham Asylum, the mind can also be damaged. Whether by a significant event in the persons life, or by anger from a perceived injustice, whether the mind was fragile in the first place or whether the person was literally born broken, Arkham Asylum probes these possibilities with fascination. Read more…

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