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HD horror on the high seas...
Relatively early in the Campaign Mode of Resistance, our hero Nathan Hale bursts out onto the shoreline quay to be confronted by a horizon dominated by a cloud-sized Chimera ship, looming over the suspension bridge with the surrounding sky teeming with tinier enemy craft.
Let’s not make anyone wait for it: Resistance 3 is a return to glory, and possibly the best Resistance yet. More than that, it’s the most fun I’ve had playing a first-person shooter in some time. While I enjoyed Resistance 2, many found it to be a stumble for the series, not on par with the original. If you were disappointed in number two, fear not, because number three fixes all of the missteps from before and then cranks up the adrenaline factor to the highest so far in the desperate battle against the Chimera invasion...
Retro City Rampage certainly has a lot of love for the past, but what else does it have to offer outside a ton of references to the 1980s? Our review...
Retro/Grade flips the script by making you play a rhythm game in reverse, with shoot-'em-up elements thrown in for good measure. See if this PSN indie game's got it where it counts...
It’s never easy to revamp a long-running series, which is just what Namco’s attempting to do in Ridge Racer Unbounded. Veteran racing game developers Bugbear are a talented lot, but can even their considerable expertise make Ridge Racer relevant in a world dominated by the likes of Burnout?
It’s kind of nice to play as an amicable dumb guy every once in a while. The Master Chiefs and Marcus Phoenixes are fine and dandy, but stepping into jiggly John Rochard’s unfashionable boots is something of a nice surprise. Everything from his southern drawl to his by-the-book mentality just screams “normal, ugly, and dumb” louder than our ex-girlfriends ever could. Which is why he’s the kind of character only an indie studio would dare create. But the protagonist is just a small taste of the many quirks of Rochard...
Rock Band Blitz consolidates every instrument to just one player, sending you on a lane-switching musical cruise through the city. But it doesn't quite capture the same riveting rocking out of previous Rock Band games...