I have to check this game out. I haven't enjoyed any Spider-Man games I've played thus far, but this one looks like a winner.
The Prime games were at least 20 hour affairs. This game was almost half that lenght, which was somewhat disappointing.
I've been bashed by my friends for having never even touched a Final Fantasy game, but judging from everything I've heard/read/seen, the series needs something to help boost it to classic status once again. Personally, I'm excited about the upcoming Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light for the Nintendo DS. I know that's more of a spin-off, but it will be the first FF game I play. =D
Movie zombies and vidya game zombies both have distinct personalities and appeal to different crowds. Most video game zombies are dark and creepy, while most of the zombie movies I've watched featured citizens of the undead that were mainly cheesy but still pretty creepy.
Other M is a really satisfying game, but it's length is ridiculously short. I was hoping for a 20-hour experience and ended up beating the game in almost half that time. In short: great game, questionable length.
Couldn't expect anything less from such a notorious tower defense title. I'm looking forward to the future DS release!
I don't really understand why the game wasn't released on the PS3. But hey, as long as it's good, right? Still, this seems like a great sequel that would have been hugely successful on Sony's current home console.
The title of this DLC reminds me of Klaptrap of Donkey Kong fame. =P
This was an excellent read. Personally, I'm a huge Wii fan, and that's in no way because of the busload of BS shovelware that's constantly released. I enjoy the Wii for games like Super Smash Bros. Brawl, No More Heroes, Super Mario Galaxy, the recently released Metroid: Other M, and MadWorld. Games like that are designed for both longtime Nintendo fans and hardcore gamers. In terms of WiiWare, a lot of solid indie games are given a platform to be showcased on. Ca...
I was skeptical about OnLive at first, and I'm still not 100% sold on the idea. I like having the physical copy of the game; I like flipping through the instruction manual; I like heading out to a store on launch day and being one of the first to pick up a new game, all wrapped in shiny plastic. I will say, though, that for those who don't care about any of the aforementioned points, OnLive seems like a stellar choice.
I really like the look of this. And now I feel the urge to use the term NOINK. XD
This article instantly made me think of No More Heroes. That was an excellent game that just shouted, "Hey, I'm a game! Don't believe me? Look: coins are flying out of the enemies you just killed!" Little things like that bring me joy. I do believe some games should be realistic, but not everything has to be a simulation. I still remember playing GTA III and thinking, "Wow, the world is pretty life-like, but I really dig the health pick-ups and floating Hidden Packages....
It's definitely a title worth making a big fuss about it. It looks awesome.
This looks like a lot of fun. I enjoy the setting and feel of these types of games. I was always a big fan of The Godfather (the movie and the first game), and games like these always leave me impressed and entertained.
Never played the DS version, but checking out this article made me want to. =P I like the idea of blending together different genres. That always makes for some interesting gameplay.
There was a time when I really wanted to play Tom Clancy games. That was years ago, though, and I've since lost my interest. Still, I have to admit that this looks like it could be a lot of fun.
I've never managed to get into the Dead Rising games. I mean, they seem decent enough, but I just don't feel like this is that big (or important) of a series.
To be quite honest, I've never really cared for DLC. Strong games don't really need it, and if the Wii is any indication, games will sell even if there's no DLC to be found. Although I think multiplatform games getting exclusive DLC depending on which console they're on is pretty cool.
An excellent list. Killer7 would have to be at the top of my personal list. I'm not the biggest rail shooter fan, but I have enjoyed the few rail shooters I've played.
I've never been a fan of Halo, but most of the people I talk to who are fans of the series have subsequently disliked each installment more than the last. To me, and I say this as an outsider looking in, the Halo series has sailed its course. I'm not trying to get under anyone's skin or anything; I'm just calling it how I see it.
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