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Playing through the first few minutes of Eat Them!, it's hard not to smile. The crisp cel-shading and comic book style narrative hit you like a refreshing ker-slap! in the face. Not since Rampage have we had such a great time using massive monsters to (ahem) selectively re-configure a city. Well, Fluffy Logic's Eat Them! is bringing this back, and it's still fun as hell...
Echochrome looks arty. Pretentious. Snooty, even, but for all its edgy minimalism, few games provide such a colorful challenge. It’s a dignified and well-measured puzzler - and PS3 certainly needs some more of those.
As you can tell from the screenshots, Echochrome uses impossible structures like those conceived by MC Escher (that well-known hip hop artist), and gives you the apparently simple task of guiding an
Engineering. Not so fun. But throw in some elephants, and you’ve got the premise for an addictive puzzler. You must herd elephants from point A to B. Except that en route there are chasms, fire pits and nasty swamps that spell out Nelly death.
Early in Eufloria you’re told that you need to serve the MOTHER TREE (note the caps) and her desire to appease mythical beings THE GROWERS. At some point before your arrival, their formerly vast empire of asteroids has been somehow lost. They need someone to step in and repopulate the world. Like wildfire, you and your army of Seedlings begin spreading across a multitude of procedurally generated asteroid fields, planting Seedling-spawning trees along the way to build a bigger and bigger family. You don’t get to ask questions as to why - all you know is that you need to invade every last asteroid...
We take the star-studded Expendables 2 movie tie-in game through its paces. Read our impressions in our review right here…
EyePet is a game not remotely designed for this reviewer – I typically scoff at casual games, I mostly hate cute things, I’m 32 years old, and I’m male. EyePet points its bubble gun at the opposite demographic: young kids, women, and anyone whose heart dribbles when a fuzzy creature tumbles over. Note that when I put “women” in there, it was not a baseless and sexist assumption – as I was playing EyePet, several co-workers of the fairer gender stopped to express their adulation for how damn cute the EyePet was, and I also tested it on my wife, who had a blast with the game for several hours and professed her love for it. Lo and behold, the stupid little monkey-dog thing won me over too – and it took about thirty seconds...
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