There’s a lot to be said about “The Witcher 2”, from a deep and involved story set in an intricately detailed fantasy world to the polished gameplay and hefty combat. It’s not a perfect game, but the criticism that can be levelled at it does little to drive it from the spot at as one of my favorites. In this review I’ll point out the things that the game does really well, and which I’ve really enjoyed, as well as the things that stand out to me…
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Bulletstorm has been generating a substantial stir among moral guardians and alarmists over violence in video games. There’s no doubt there is plenty of objectionable content in the game- mostly in the form of the sheer enormity of its violence across its eight hours of gameplay.
The game itself, however, hardly warrants the alarmism over sexual content as claimed by various news sources. The raunchy names for some of the “skillshots” such as “Rear…
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"From America with love...asshole." - Agent Archer
Boy oh boy, where do I start.
Splinter Cell, to use a Metal Gear expression, has changed.
The major ways in which Ubisoft Montreal has changed the Splinter Cell formula will probably send longtime fans' heads spinning. In the first Splinter Cell, Sam was working for Lambert at a new government agency named Third Echelon. The player was encouraged to work their way in and out of secure locations without…
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