Every so often a game appears that tackles true creativity. Sometimes it is found by the mainstream, like Portal. Most of the time, like Fez, it remains somewhat a sleeper… or at least it doesn’t get the recognition it deserves. I can’t say this game will change the way you look at games, or has an amazing story, but it is definitely a truly unique experience produced by creative minds at Polytron and Trapdoor. Continue reading Fez on XBox 360
When I was a kid I remember going to a local store and dropping quarters anytime I could, to play Double Dragon. It was pretty much the quintessential beat-em up genre game of the 80’s Like any great 80’s game, they made a horrible 90’s movie loosely based on it.
While at Pax East this year, I was getting ready to leave, and walked by Double Dragon Neon. Continue reading Review: Double Dragon Neon
Mark of the Ninja is a new XBLA (Xbox Live Arcade) game by Klei Entertainment. Klei brought back the similar artistic style, and gameplay that they are known for in games like Shank, but they added stealth into the mix. Instead of Shank’s run and gun gameplay, you have to think more, and puzzle your way out of a situation. Continue reading Review: Mark of the Ninja