“Remember Me” provides every tease and titillation of what the futuristic French capital could be, but still feels like it’s holding back on delivering the goods.
I must say: What a rebound for the “Call of Juarez” franchise.
Less than six months ago, “Resident Evil 6” arrived and disappointed both franchise fans and general shooting-game audiences alike, and left Capcom searching for a boost to keep one of its flagship franchises afloat.
By ROBERT WORKMAN | GamerHub.tv (MCT)
Platforms: PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Microsoft Windows
Genres: Action-adventure, third-person shooter
Publishers: Namco Bandai Games and Paramount Pictures
ESRB Rating: T, for Teen
When a publisher announces a game that ties in with a forthcoming movie, it can either go one of two ways. Either it’s a glorious affair that presents a [...]
“Dillon’s Rolling Western,” where you control a silent yet deadly armadillo as he battles rock monsters while protecting the Scrogs, defenseless citizens who just want to live in peace.
The presentation of “WRC 3” seems to be a mixture of other games before it. The menu system is similar to “Dirt” and “Forza” and provides a simple and clean way to navigate through the game.
The game’s tale does delve a bit into comic book lore here, and I won’t spoil details, but let’s just say it revolves around a catastrophe in Metropolis, dividing into two universes where heroes and villains aren’t what they seem.
Sure, the PGA Tour season kicked off months ago, but the world at large only starts paying attention when Augusta’s flowers bloom and the season’s first major comes around.
Deep Silver Games has released the gory details about a special North American Collector’s Edition for the eagerly awaited zombie action RPG, “Dead Island: Riptide.”
Before rising into the beatific clouds and getting lost in the wonder and tragedy that is Columbia, let me state clearly: There is not a serious gamer alive today who shouldn’t drop everything and play “Bioshock Infinite.”