40°
Submitted by Hitman0769 622d ago | review

Mars: War Logs Review | RealGamerNewz

Jon of RealGamerNewz writes, "Mars: War Logs is an emotionally gripping game from the start. You really get a good feel for who the characters around you are and what they are going through. The world that this game takes place in is a war-ridden one.

The main character Roy has refused his virtue name “Temperance”. Apparently on certain regions of Mars everybody was given strange names meant to give them a purpose in life? You eventually find out that’s not all he’s turned his back on in this crazy world. He also has some ties to the Technomancer movement which will be revealed very early in the game as an advanced pseudo-scientific set of modern-day magicians bent on ruling as superior human beings. They practice something called ‘Technomancy’ which is basically a new age mix of magic, technology, and necromancy. This is a strange, futuristic society (a living and breathing hell for some) on Mars in which lives drug addicts, felons who have given up on living a straight life, and even mutants who are treated like discarded garbage much like lepers in the dark ages when the plague was raging over humanity." (Mars: War Logs, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 8.75/10

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
Remember
New stories
10°

Preview – Splatoon Global Testfire [Pixel Dynamo]

9m ago - Pixel Dynamo has provided its impressions of Splatoon from the final Global Testfire ahead of the... | Wii U
10°

Intense Dimension Tag Blanc + Neptune Vs. The Zombie Army’s Story Revealed

12m ago - Intense Dimension Tag Blanc + Neptune Vs. The Zombie Army is an action title that takes place in... | PS Vita
Ad

See what games are coming out in 2015

Now - Visit our release calendar to see what games are coming out in 2015. | Promoted post
40°

Footwork & Swordplay: The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt’s Improved Combat Mechanics

36m ago - Throughout The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings, Geralt of Rivia’s swordplay was equally clunky and... | PC
20°

Nihilumbra Wii U Review: Co-Op Makes The Best Version Of This Beautiful, Bleak Game | GameNGuide

43m ago - The best version of the beautiful puzzle-platformer Nihilumbra is now available on the Wii U eSho... | Wii U
30°

Half-Life: Blue Shift - PC Review | Chalgyr's Game Room

44m ago - Chalgyr's Game Room writes: Half-Life was such a memorable and unforgettable experience for ma... | PC