By Andrew Fletcher on October 3, 2007 - 7:21am.
According to ESRB
, this game contains: Violence, Mild Suggestive Themes
Game Description: Tomb Raider: Anniversary retraces Lara Croft's original genre-defining adventure, as she pursues the legendary Scion artifact. New graphics, technology and physics bring Lara's adventure up-to-date and offers gamers a completely new game play experience. Re-imagined, Anniversary delivers a dynamic fluidly and fast Lara Croft, massive environments of stunning visuals, intense combat and game pacing, and an enhanced and clarified original story. Enter into strange, undiscovered lands and solve their deepest, darkest mysteries, open doors to new realms, uncover great rewards and unearth secrets to Lara's past.
By Mike Doolittle on September 26, 2007 - 7:34pm.
When I first started playing Infernal
, I was actually pleasantly surprised. It reminded me of Winback
for the Nintendo 64—frenetic third-person shooting with a basic but effective cover system that adds a bit of flair to the combat.
By Mike Doolittle on September 26, 2007 - 7:29pm.
According to ESRB
, this game contains: Blood, Language, Violence
Game Description: Infernal is a third person shooter with a difference. You'll become part of an action-packed journey in a supernatural battle between Heaven and Hell. Gamers take on the role of Ryan Lennox, a fallen angel who becomes a mercenary working for the Devil. He's been hired to restore the balance between Good & Evil. Lennox embarks upon a dangerous journey into a world of deception and betrayal, armed with special abilities and military grade weaponry. Infernal makes use of 'Ageia PhysX software,' enhancing the realistic effects of the game and also supports the 'Ageia PhysX card' for even more stunning visuals.
By Daniel Weissenberger on September 23, 2007 - 10:58am.
Dual Sympathy, Dark Shadow, Deadly Secret, Dual Strike, Deadly Silence, Double Shot, Dawn of Sorrow.
What do all these titles have in common? They're all the result of the unbearably twee habit in the publishing industry of giving Nintendo DS games titles that can be acronymed down to DS. The worst naming offense doesn't involve acrostics, however.
Game Description: In Touch The Dead, you'll unleash hell on an army of zombies through your Nintendo DS. You are Rob Steiner (a.k.a. Prisoner #1809), a man who wakes up to find himself the lone human in a jail teeming with zombies. Players use a deadly arsenal of melee and projectile-based weapons and come face-to-face with the never-ending swarm of zombies, none of whom have avoided the icy cold touch of the undead.
Game Description: Battlestations: Midway in direct command of multiple warships, planes and submarines in this epic solo and online tactical action game. The game follows the story of naval recruit Henry Walker, whose first assignment as a gunner at Pearl Harbor is the starting point of an incredible career at the heart of the US Pacific Fleet in 1942, in what was to become one of the most inspirational military campaigns in history. Play 11 campaign missions, 12 bonus challenges, plus naval training academy in an immersive storyline.
By Daniel Weissenberger on June 20, 2007 - 7:30am.
I know it's been said before, but it bears repeating: when it comes to videogames, World War II is the gift that just keeps on giving. It exists in a perfect middle ground where technology was just advanced enough to allow for interesting gameplay possibilities, but still primitive enough that individual humans were still an important part of the equation.
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