Joystiq - Shadows of the Damned review: Hell and back

Richard Mitchell of Joystiq writes:
Combat aside, the world itself remains the star of the show. Garcia traverses a variety of locales, ranging from a tepid swamp to a demonic red light district, each punctuated with sights of his beloved Paula, who is repeatedly murdered and resurrected before his eyes. It sounds gruesome, and it is, but the narrative almost never takes itself seriously. No matter how dark the subject matter becomes, someone -- usually Johnson -- is always there to make a dick joke.

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evercast2440d ago

Been playing for about an Hour and a half so far and this is another one of Suda's masterpiece stories!

Pintheshadows2440d ago

Awesome. I know what i'll be doing this Friday. Playing as Garcia Fucking Hotspur.

warrior99882440d ago

i want a travis touchdown skin lol come on there kinda simular

Ness-Psi2440d ago

to be honest i didnt know what to expect with this game and ive played some of it but im not to infused about it, i will finish it but im kinda of dissapointed.

phello2440d ago

One of the best lines ever in a game, "make sure and tell me if i have to f*ck a horse to open a door"
Game of the year just for that :)

Baddo_Ekkusuchi2440d ago

just finished the game, cant wait for no more heroes paradise! now onto the platinum!

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