Posted on Mar 16, 2011 under PC |
Racing game is a genre that is rarely seen in the gaming world lately. More rarely mention if you are looking for racing game with high quality. In fact, you can count with your fingers the number of games full of adrenaline was in 2010. Some examples are quite interesting in the past year is the Gran Turismo 5 and Need for Speed Hot Pursuit. Therefore, the presence of a racing game Test Drive Unlimited 2 is a fresh wind to the speed-hungry gamers and cool cars.
This game is actually not only offers exciting race course. Anyone who ever played Test Drive Unlimited previously bound to remember one characteristic that distinguishes it from other racing games. You are free to explore the world of gaming! In fact, this game could be called as an open-world racing, such as Grand Theft Auto which is an open-world action game. The limit is your willingness to explore. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted on Dec 26, 2010 under PS3 |
Creative use of the Move controller
Controls aren’t always responsive
Occasionally frustrating insta-death
Before the release of the PlayStation Move, some of the most exciting things we’d seen it do weren’t in launch titles but in tech demos. In these, the controller became a virtual lathe, virtual camera, or summoned Minority Report-style virtual windows. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted on Dec 16, 2010 under PC |
Classic gem-matching fun
Most of the new modes are excellent
Bright visuals and sound effects
Quest mode provides a nice sense of progression.
A high price for a safe sequel
No online leaderboards
Zen mode doesn’t satisfy.
If you own a computer or a smartphone, there’s a very good chance you’ve played, or at least heard of, Bejeweled. The popular puzzle series has been immensely successful, and for good reason: its compelling gem-matching gameplay is approachable enough for almost anyone to immediately pick up, yet it rewards skillful play, making it appealing to those looking for a good challenge. Bejeweled 3 delivers more of this ageless puzzling and harbors few surprises. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted on Dec 12, 2010 under PC |
New zones with satisfying stories and varied quests are the best to date
Fun and very different starter zones for new races
Guild leveling and rewards systems are great additions
Level and gear restrictions introduced for battlegrounds and dungeons respectively
Masterful use of phasing technology makes your actions feel impactful.
New archaeology profession isn’t fun
Not enough zones to level a second character without repeating lots of content.
Until recently it might have been considered hyperbole to say that World of Warcraft bears little resemblance to the game that it launched as six years ago. But now, following the recent releases of both a major free update and the eagerly anticipated Cataclysm expansion, there’s no denying that the fantasy world of Azeroth has changed forever. Entire regions have been brilliantly redesigned following the dragon Deathwing’s destructive flyover, and you don’t need Cataclysm or even either of the earlier expansions to enjoy exploring them (though you do need Cataclysm to fly around them). Read the rest of this entry »
Posted on Dec 03, 2010 under PC |
Precise controls ensure you’re always in command
Amazing level design is always varied and entertaining
Smooth difficulty curve gives you a chance to learn the ropes before the difficulty ramps up
Tons of unlockable characters and levels
Catchy music and goofy story add to the appeal.
No way to view leaderboard replays.
Failure is an unavoidable fact of life. Its devilish claws knock you down when you least expect it, but it’s how you react to disappointment that’s important. Super Meat Boy is the digital embodiment of the idea that pleasure can spring from pain, but although death is pervasive in this 2D platformer, Read the rest of this entry »