160°
Submitted by Tastynoodle 1257d ago | review

The Darkness 2 Review - TGH

In 2007 when the original The Darkness hit gamers shelves, many were taken by surprise other than the core fanbase of comic fans. Now five years later the game takes on a new developer, Digital Extremes, as the games previous parents, Starbreeze, are busy with their own upcoming title. Does the new developer keep faithful to fans of both comic and game or does the sequel deserving of the dark corner of the store? (Warning Review May Contain Spoilers For The Darkness & Those Whom Have Not Read Any Of The Comics) (PS3, The Darkness 2) 4/5

ShadyDevil  +   1257d ago
This game is simply awesome and the co-op is an amazing addition that compliments the story perfectly.
Rob946  +   1257d ago
Very excited to play this game, the first one was one of my favourite games in a long time.
-EvoAnubis-  +   1257d ago
I still need to play the demo.
ShadyDevil  +   1257d ago
Demo is weird as it gives bits and pieces of the story (literally it skips) but the jist of the level is from the first level.
Rampaged Death  +   1257d ago
Best story driven FPS since BioShock. The combat makes you feel so good.

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
Remember
New stories
40°

Homefront Goes to Bollywood as Phantom, The Tradition of Copying Film Posters Continues

11m ago - SegmentNext - The upcoming Bollywood flick Phantom – starring Katrina Kaif and Saif Ali Khan – re... | Culture
30°

Senran Kagura Estival Versus gets 2016 release date, three Limited Edition sets confirmed

21m ago - Three Limited Editions announced for the European version of the female anime brawler. | PS4
Ad

Warhammer: Arcane Magic Comes to iOS

Now - Test your tactics against legendary foes! | Promoted post
40°

What we want from FIFA 16 career mode

21m ago - After so few changes, career mode needs whipping into shape or it's getting dropped from the squad. | PC
40°

Star Wars: Republic Commando -- The Forgotten Star Wars FPS

21m ago - Den of Geek looks back at one of the greatest (and darkest) Star Wars games ever made: Republic C... | PS2
30°

Ultra Street Fighter IV Review - ThoseGamers

21m ago - Every now and again a game comes along that simply refuses to die. Street Fighter IV seems to be... | PS4