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In Costume Quest, you control a ragtag team of children on Halloween night. What initially starts as a normal trick-or-treat evening for our loveable Halloweiners - er, trick-or-treaters goes awry when one of the twins (the one you didn’t choose as the main character) gets kidnapped by goblins...
The decade old shooter gets another upgrade with updated visuals, new game modes, and new maps. Read our full impressions in our review…
For Crackdown 2, we feel a rare journalistic responsibility to cut the bullshit and drive straight to the point: This is the same game as Crackdown 1.
That could be a good or bad thing, depending on your perspective. If you loved the original and just want a second, slightly enhanced sandbox in which to explore and experiment with your friends, then you'll be satisfied… though never surprised. If you liked the original, but were expecting big improvements to address some very obvious flaws, then you'll be disappointed, frustrated and possibly even angered… yet once again addicted for hours at a time.
Confusing, right? Let's explain in detail…
Last time we saw him, in Crash of the Titans, Crash Bandicoot was a brainless chump, lacking both charisma and charm. The game wasn’t much better either. But things are definitely better forboth parties this time round.
Based on the popular German TV cop show Alarm for Cobra 11, Crash Time is a racing game featuring ‘investigations’ in what can loosely be called an open world. But the name is a lie. Crash Time is no cobra; it’s a python that squeezes the fun out of racing. The latest title in Activision’s splurge of budget releases is one of their better offerings, but those tears of laughter won’t console you much when you see FlatOut Ultimate Carnage for half the price.
With a debut trailer surfacing in early August of this year, EA’s Bright Light Studios showed off a goofy-looking family game that over-ecstatically invited you to “use your imagination to create a scene your way.” So now that the game is out, how does one really describe the Create experience? Imagine a game like LittleBigPlanet, suck out all of the appeal and charisma until you’re left with a dry withered husk of a creature, then stomp on it repeatedly...
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