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A revisit to that most serious of Sam’s sequel spectaculars is a more worthwhile enterprise than it was initially, simply because effort has been put into making it more than just a re-skin job. This time, there’s a host of new features to add a little spice to the frenzied monster slaughter staple...
How much time and money are you willing to lose in order for a game to sell your own nostalgia back to you? If your answer was anywhere above an hour and five dollars, then you’re in luck! Serious Sam: The Random Encounter will cost you exactly that. Even so, you still may wish to...
The Settlers: Loads of Really Long, Complicated Paths to Building Even a Single Damn Thing, more like. The latest update to the real-time strategy/city builder series that makes gentlemen of a certain age turn misty-eyed and start muttering about Amigas is a ferociously complicated affair.
You may feel like you’ve played Seven Kingdoms: Conquest before - except that you actually enjoyed it the first time. This relaunch of the Seven Kingdoms series tramples on the good name of the original franchise and poorly imitates games that came out 10 years ago. If you took the Civilization series, the Age of Empires games, and WarCraft III, rolled them into a ball and then dipped it in bile, you’d get this terrible, terrible
Despite sounding like some strange cross-section between Splinter Cell and a farming and/or cult simulator, Shadow Harvest: Phantom Ops is a fitting name. See, like an actual harvest, Phantom Ops is an absolute chore. It's like someone walked in on a bunch of gamers joking about everything that's wrong with modern shooters, took it all seriously, and then decided to toss it in a blender along with all of society's greatest ills. We wish we were joking. Phantom Ops is all at once horribly paced, buggy, ugly, archaic, stifflingly linear, confusing, and laughably cliched. Honestly, that should be enough to send you fleeing back into any other videogame's comparatively warm embrace, but if you really want to dive into the hideous bowels of this horrible mess, read on...
Shank was a downloadable revelation when it dropped nearly 18 months ago. Combining the crisp cel-shaded animation of 16-bit era classics like Disney's Aladdin with the gut-wrenching ultraviolence of the last Rambo movie, it charmed the hell out of gamers. How does its sequel stack up? Funny you ask that...
Shattered Horizon is, at the very least, unique in concept: a sci-fi multiplayer shooter where the entire game takes place in zero gravity a couple of hundred miles above the Earth among the detritus of the space program. You’re given the freedom to move in any direction, and you fight other astronauts in the remnants of the International Space Station and what remains of the moon.