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Double Fine’s next casual Kinect game that will have your kids popping balloons, destroying cities, and freezing solid. See why your living room will never be the same in our review…
Do not buy this game. We’ll explain why, but it’s important that we get that out of the way to begin with. Put your credit card back in its plastic sheath, so we can talk with less urgency. Happy Tree Friends: False Alarm is about $10 (including various taxes). For that, you get 30 levels, each taking between one or two minutes.
Just hearing the title or glancing at some screens, one might not realize that Hard Corps Uprising is a Contra game. Seeing it in motion - or even better, playing it - makes the connection to the venerated scrolling shooter series obvious. Art-wise, it doesn’t look anything like a Contra game. It looks like a brightly-colored anime, and for good reason: Konami brought in BlazBlue’s artists to create the game’s look. It’s never less than gorgeous, even if most of the bosses have some seriously corny character designs that make them less than intimidating...
Hey, you three. Yes, you, you, and you. Harry Potter maniac, Harry Potter hater, and guy who read the first chapter of the first book back in eighth grade, got hung up on the fact that the giant wasn't the main character and also riding a dinosaur, and quit reading. You guys. Stop your arguing, because we have something you can all agree on. This, friends, is Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1: The Videogame, and no matter who you are or how many times you've dressed up as Harry Potter for Halloween, you will hate this game with every fiber of your being...
With the final installment of the much lauded Harry Potter series now in theaters, gamers are again treated to another licensed game. Another unreasonably awful, obnoxiously bad game. EA Bright Light seems to have truly outdone itself this time. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 is a soulless monstrosity that could only have been birthed from the darkest of incantations...
Seven months. That’s how much extra time EA Bright Light has had to tweak and polish Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince after its release date was pushed back thanks to the movie’s theatrical slippage. The time could have been spent perfecting one of the most valuable game licenses.