We had a chance to play through and review BattleBlock Theater, and then we tried to convince you to play it using our written words. Our feline captors said the show must go on, so we were forced to create a video performance for your viewing pleasure.
Part strategy, part platformer, part RPG, part board game. A Valley Without Wind 2 takes a lot of different elements and throws them together in a single release. The crazy thing is it works, and it works really well. A massive improvement over the original and a superb game in its own right, A Valley Without Wind 2 is a deep and rewarding strategy game that's going to collect groups of extremely devoted fans.
When a game presents you with a combination of dinosaurs and futuristic guns, the normal reaction is to scream in excitement while running around the room like a child. Orion Dino Beatdown had the opposite effect on me. A great premise stunted by poor design and limited scope, this budget title fails on so many levels. What should have been a five man co-op Paleozoic romp turned out to be a broken, barely playable mess.
The hit indie PC sensation finally makes its way to the console in Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition. With it comes couch co-op play and numerous enhancements, but are those enough to overcome some of the freedom the PC allows? Find out in our review.
A Valley Without Wind is difficult to describe because it shatters any confines of genre. It can be described as rogue-like, or even a platformer. It actually feels like a dungeon crawler, but it simultaneously acts like an adventure game. There's magic, mining, and exploration and when you try and wrap your head around it...well, you may end up with a headache. All of these influences come together to form a Frankenstein monster of a game that only a certain type of gamer will appreciate.
What happens when you take a cute candy treat and turn it into a video game? Welcome to World Gone Sour, where the sweet and tasty Sour Patch Kids have turned bitter and nasty. Check out the review if you're itching for a decent XBLA platformer, or just have a hankerin' for some candy at the moment.
If you’re not familiar with the original, Shank 2 is a 2-D character action game that relies on guns, blood, and revenge to get the message across. It comes out at a time where there is a lack of stylistic action games, but is both a blessing and a curse, as it suffers from going too heavy on the style and not providing you with enough of a game.
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