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Amazing. Ambitious. Avant-garde.
These are reactions that The Saboteur, in concept alone, first inspires. When we heard about the free-roaming 1940s Paris setting, we dared to dream of an open-world epic with class and style in place of the usual crime and sex.
Looking at Sacred 2: Fallen Angel from a purely statistical point of view, we had high expectations; 22 square miles of open world to explore, 100 core campaign missions, six classes of characters, tens of thousands of customizable weapons and armor pieces and four-player multiplayer.
Sacred Citadel takes the long-running action RPG franchise in a new direction, to good effect...
Is Saints Row IV the ultimate superhero open-world game or a super dud? Find out in our review...
One of the problems with describing things that happen in Saints Row the Third is that everything you write just starts to sound like a demented Mad Lib. The green man in the gimp suit hit the luchador gang member in the crotch with an anime squid cannon. And we swear we’re not making any of that up.
A superb seasonal adventure kicks off this latest foray into the weird world of Sam and Max. This time the duo must perform an exorcism on Santa, contend with a pop-quoting robot and even descend into the bowels of hell itself.
In a world where Soul Calibur and Dead or Alive 4 are bringing up the rear when it comes to the best fighters this generation has to offer, you have to wonder who in their right mind would even consider forking out fifty bucks for this game.
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