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Destroy All Humans! Path of the Furon reminds us of the holidays. Unfortunately, it reminds us of Uncle Dennis, who used to show up unshaven and smelling of bourbon every Christmas, call grandma a slut at the table as a “joke,” then go home early to watch a fuzzy, black and white TV.
To say the 2000 release of Deus Ex changed the face of gaming might sound hyperbolic if it weren’t true. Warren Spector’s cyberpunk effort followed in the footsteps of his equally worthy System Shock series, smoothly melding the visceral feel of the first person shooter with the character progression and customization elements of role-playing games. At the time, these genres were oil and water, and this successful hybridization set the stage for games like Bioshock and even Modern Warfare. Deus Ex: Human Revolution clearly has a lot to live up to. Fortunately, Eidos Montreal has delivered on all fronts...
Grasshopper is famous for engagingly strange adventures like No More Heroes and Shadows of the Damned, so you'd think a combination of baseball, demonic amusement parks and Kinect would be unforgettable. Sadly, Diabolical Pitch squanders almost all of that potential...
Codemasters takes the best aspects of its two hit racing franchises to create something very, very special
Codemasters make the best racing games. Fact. The reasons for this are simple: Its EGO engine is the best racing engine out there, providing the best graphics, the best crashes and the best manipulation of time. But more importantly, Codemasters understands the concept of the word 'race'. DiRT 3 takes that essence of competition, distils it and rubs it liberally into your console's aging circuitry, lighting it up with new excitement and adrenaline. Offline is as exciting as online racing - it is magnificent.
Codemasters gives in and doesn't even try to shoehorn serious rallying into this version of DiRT. It's all about the thrills, spills and vehicular kills. Well, if cars can be killed, that is. But is it really as crazy as it's cracked up to be? Let's pick the hood up out of the dirt, place it loosely back on the car, then open it up to take a look underneath.
The sneaky first-person, stealth-action adventure from Arkane Studios is upon us, flaunting amazing gameplay freedom and a unique stylized world. See how it fares in our review...
In Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story, a humble dishwasher, Bruce Lee (Jason Scott Lee; no relation) fights a bunch of chefs armed with meat cleavers in the back alley behind the restaurant. It’s one of the few good scenes in an awful film, but would it not have been even better if, instead of Bruce Lee (Jason Scott Lee; no relation) fighting the chefs, you had a dead samurai Dishwasher?