Posts Tagged ‘mutants’

Tiberian Sun: Firestorm Burns Scrubs to Cinders

Tiberian Sun: Firestorm

Tiberian Sun: Firestorm is such a badass top-down RTS game. It was back in the crappy blocky pixelly 2.5D days, mixed with incredible bot difficulty even at the lowest levels. Without the ability to select spawning locations or limit superweapons, every match is a pulse-pounding Earth-shattering nuke fest. I’m serious. It’s that epic. One of […]

Fallout 3, the Apocalypse Swagger

Fallout 3

This is probably the least glitchy Bethesda game I’ve played. You’d think that Skyrim would have been cleaner, or that Fallout New Vegas would be a step up from what it actually is, but surprise! Nope. While Fallout 3 does have its glitches, they aren’t prominent enough to take away from your playing experience. Let’s […]

Prototype 2: Freshly Evolved, but a Bit Stale

Prototype 2

I’m not sure if Prototype 2 is on par with or better than Prototype, the First. I’ve played, according to my savegame, 54% of the game’s plot, and I haven’t been particularly wowed by anything I’ve seen so far. That shouldn’t lead you to believe that Prototype 2 isn’t worth getting, of course. Considering that […]

Dead Space 2… Lights Out, Isaac

Dead Space 2

I’m pretty sure this was the game where they had a bunch of moms come in to marvel at the grody horror that was Dead Space 2’s various death cinematics and twisted Necromorphs. It was a stupid idea, seeing as selling a game based on blood and gore alone implies weak characters, plot, etc. However, […]

Infamous 2: What the Hell, Cole?

Infamous 2

Did he like, lose a bunch of weight then a testicle or something? Why are you suddenly like a dopey angsty teenager? I’ve never complained about sequel characterization, but what the funk is going on here? In Infamous the first, Cole MacGrath was a rational, stoic guy who was just looking to do the right […]

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