Posts Tagged ‘multiplayer’

The Ups and Downs of Warframe

Warframe

Now that I’ve played Warframe a lot more, I’ve gained some insight into the structure of the game and the means by which it acquires revenue. While I am most likely going to rant a fair bit about certain aspects, keep in mind that Warframe is still in open beta, thus subject to sudden content […]

Castlevania: Harmony of Despair, Misery Requires Company

Castlevania: Harmony of Despair

As it turns out, I managed to find a couch buddy for Castlevania: Harmony of Despair, and thanks to that, I managed to worm my way further into the game. I’ve got some good news and bad news, most of which relates to the gameplay mechanics. The rest of the bad news is for you […]

Hawken Makes Mechs Look Pretty

Hawken

Hawken’s still in closed beta, but I’m going to go ahead and chat about it anyway. As an avid fan of action packed high-customization action packed mech fighters, I personally found this one to be strategic, aesthetic, entertaining, and jaw-shatteringly frustrating. Could just be the fact that I’m not into heavily competitive games, or that […]

Sonic Adventure 2: Battle, Rundown

Sonic Adventure 2: Battle

You know what’s cute? Little brightly colored bouncy creatures with big eyes, and happy mouths. You know what’s cool? A whole bunch of different characters running around and completing various missions while working collaboratively towards the awe-inspiring conclusion of a greater underlying plot. You know what’s batshit insane? When both of these are in the […]

Torchlight II or Diablo III

Torchlight II

A lot of people are comparing Torchlight II to Diablo III, and it’s pretty easy to see why. In the Kanye West Harder Better Faster Stronger sense of the phrase, Torchlight II is a “poorly executed ripoff.” It only costs $20 on Steam, so it obviously doesn’t think too highly of itself. Its $20 quality […]

Sanctum: TD Meets FPS

Sanctum

It’s not exactly something you’d expect, is it? Goes to show what curious products can be wrought from the blending of unfamiliar genres. Sanctum provides a clever mix of these two different styles with action-intensive, dynamic gameplay that allows you, the player, to maintain a greater control over your maze, and subsequently, the creatures within. […]

Gigantic Little Big Planet

Little Big Planet

Yeah, I know the second one’s out. Leave me alone. I’m reviewing the first one because I adore the nature of the game itself, and I know how to appreciate the roots of quality games. So there. Little Big Planet’s name is outrageously accurate. If you play the campaign and take it at face value, […]

Killing Floor is Aptly Named

Killing Floor

Alright, so normally I don’t review stuff on Steam, but I gotta say, Killing floor is one hell of a good game. It’s got its ups and downs, no doubt about that, but it’s honestly the first game of its kind that I’ve encountered. Not saying that I’ve played every video game to exist, but […]

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