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Part hack ‘n’ slash brawler, part platformer, Fairytale Fights is an ultra bright, cutesy game with a ton of blood, gore and dismemberment (think Itchy and Scratchy or Happy Tree Friends). We recently got some hands-on time with the story mode, which can be played co-op with up to four players and supports drop-in/drop-out either online or off
Earlier this month we got to try out Fairytale Fight’s blood-drenched yet sugar-cute gameplay for ourselves, and we found that one of our favorite aspects of the game so far is working together with friends through story mode in co-op.
But as you might expect from a hack ‘n’ slasher full of dismemberment and creative killing, Fairytale Fights isn’t all about working together
Playing a normal shooter after Fallen Empire: Legions is a bit like coming back from holiday: all the excitement is gone; everything is just as you left it. Legions is the spiritual successor to Tribes, a team-shooter played in a hilly wilderness. You have a jetpack that spurts you into the air and an alternate mode that enables you to ski over the landscape, dodging grenades and shooting enemies. If you’re not part of the small subset
We got to see how our favorite Post Nuclear Role-Playing game team from Bethesda is doing on Fallout 3, and it looks like they're still well on track for a release this Fall. They let us take a look at a few of their saved games and a new game, which began like this:
Images of burnt out buildings and devastated shells of cities follow the opening video, and a narration - which will be familiar to fans of the original two Fallout games
You've probably read a lot about Fallout 3. Until you've actually played Fallout 3, however, you don't understand. You don't understand just how big the game feels, just how open the game seems and just how much freedom the game appears to offer.
We've only had four hours with the post-apocalyptic RPG and we're already overwhelmed.
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