Sunday, January 1 1995
The content-to-die enemy AI drifts by like kamikaze flotsam.
Sly 3 seems to be changing the least out of Sony's three-headed platformer beast, but even these slight alterations might have been too much.
Sith feels more like a Star Wars knockoff rather than an official movie tie-in.
In some way the developers of Still Life have a great deal in common with the ivory masked ripper that is the game's villain.
The Colossi confrontations are suitably epic.
This is about breathing new life into a series via an expanded, developed one-player experience.
The story of one hero triumphing against all odds is becoming as boring and unbelievable as the American Dream.
The first hour of play feels frustratingly formless.
This series is more interested in exploring the mind of the killer before it places a skull-crushing crowbar or innards-spewing grenade launcher in your hands.
In a clear case of technology mimicking a movie's worth, both of these now-dated diversions look pretty lousy on the handheld device.