Death and dismemberment is a given in stylish action games of this sort, but the manner in which death and dismemberment occurs is a different matter.
Jim Rossignol’s This Gaming Life is a casual discourse on the growing culture of multiplayer gaming.
Dragon Age: Origins improves the oft maligned mechanic of random battles in a way that improves the RPG experience rather than breaking it.
Bayonetta is rarely interested in much beyond magnificently realized spectacle.
The consequence of cel shading is that it gives everything an airy, physically light feeling in the game.
Assassin's Creed 2 and Dragon Age have taken an interesting approach to in-game advertising by essentially advertising themselves.
Rather than “liberate” the player, “The Midnight Club” download encourages a very specific action based on the player's own libidinous propensities: purchase of The Sabotuer, especially a new copy of the game.
So...how about that STEAM sale?
Thank you for making 2009 such a great year! Here's a few odds and ends you might have missed.
The first-person shooter has made compromises for consoles and is now flourishing, but the same can’t be said for the real-time strategy genre.