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Unique is a word immediately associated with Dangerous High School Girls in Trouble!, a name that just screams “Play me now!” You’ve just got to find out what it involves and why everyone seems to think it’s so good. Is it good? Yes, it is, although its charms and engaging nature only hold attention for so long.
Dark has a handful of interesting elements, but ultimately it's the same old stealth action gameplay...
After playing so many D&D variants, it’s easy to forget what a beast its game systems really are. We just found ourselves typing something about what a complex, very, very German RPG Drakensang is, but, really, it’s not. What it reminded us of most was our first time playing The Witcher.
The days of the space opera are, unfortunately, long gone, with no prospect of a new Wing Commander or Privateer appearing through a wormhole any time soon. With Dark Horizon, the initial signs were promising: a space combat game without the trade and with a heavy emphasis on laser-induced death.
How would the Civil War have been different if you’d been there with a modern machine gun? I’ll tell you: It’d have been much more awesome. In Darkest of Days, you play as a 19th-century American soldier plucked out of his own time moments before becoming a casualty at General Custer’s Last Stand.
In the years since his first brush with the demonic entity known as The Darkness, Jackie Estacado has regained control, suppressed the monster and become head of his own crime family. Of course, nothing good ever lasts for long...