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The year-long wait for a new Call of Duty is over. Find out if Black Ops II improves on the COD formula, or if it's just more of the same…
Wondering what to expect from Modern Warfare 3? Look no further than the opening logo. As the first letter of “MW3” dramatically flips to reveal a bright and blatant “WW3” instead, the game both promises and warns you: This won’t be realistic, this won’t make complete sense, but this will always be epic. What little restraint the first two had managed to maintain is now gone in favor of an extremely wild and, yes, occasionally wacky sendoff for the trilogy. If you’re willing to suspend disbelief and go along for that ride, however, Modern Warfare 3 is more spectacularly scripted, unapologetically over-the-top fun than ever...
It's not usually a good sign when a game wears its "influences" too plainly on its sleeve. Usually, it means that the experience is creatively bankrupt, and hopes to rely on good will towards the game it's copying instead of coming up with good ideas of its own. It's not always the case, but it's infrequent that a game that can legitimately be called a "clone" will ever end up being any good. We really hoped that this wasn't the case with Punch Time Explosion, and we had visions of playing Smash Bros. with our favorite Cartoon Network characters and having a grand old time. Sadly, that wasn't exactly what we got...
Ron Gilbert's next adventure is here. Read what we think of the platforming adventure title in our full review...
If unrealistically maneuverable spaceships don't quite suit your fancy, consider a more measured shooting and flying experience where momentum actually matters...
You should keep looking if a sprawling adventure is what you seek, but those gamers who love putting together a great warrior to battle his or her way through an arena will probably want to keep playing for hours.
Closure is a successful 2009 indie game that has won the acclaim of game designers and notable industry figures. Does the PSN game capture the spirit effectively?
Innovation is typically thin on the ground in tower defense games. Under the hood, very little changes: you’re still protecting your base - typically in a top-down perspective - by placing turrets and obstacles in the path of oncoming enemies. Well, Comet Crash innovates. You still do all of the above, but you do it while controlling a spaceship.
The decade old shooter gets another upgrade with updated visuals, new game modes, and new maps. Read our full impressions in our review…
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