Posted on Mar 09, 2011 under Xbox 360 |
Latest Series of Cross-over Game largest’re back! Marvel vs. Capcom 3: The Fate of Two Worlds comes with a number of new characters and of course with the graphics of today. Told that Doctor Doom from Marvel and Albert Wesker from CAPCOM, working together to collect the criminals of the world each to defeat the hero of the Marvel and Capcom. And the heroes did not remain silent on these crimes and they were working together hand in hand to beat the Villains. However, the biggest threat comes from Galactus who tried to destroy the earth with his hands. Did the heroes of Marvel and Capcom to save the earth?
Mode in this game is divided into 4 namely OFFLINE MODE, ONLINE MODE, GALLERY and OPTIONS. In Offline Mode, you can play the Arcade, Versus, Training and Mission. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted on Mar 05, 2011 under Xbox 360 |
Visceral Studios finally released the sequel to the game entitled “Sci-Fi Shooter” is, with all the promises about improvements and changes in Dead Space 2.
For those who do not have time, or too afraid to play Dead Space 1, need not worry, because before the game starts, the developer has prepared a short video that enough to explain what happened in previous series. For those who do not play Dead Space 1, it is advisable to see the video first before playing this game to better understand the storyline in Dead Space 2.
Dead Space 2 event itself took three years after the events of Dead Space an end. This sequel takes place in a space station built near the planet Saturn called sprawl. Unlike previous series which takes place on a spaceship called the Ishimura, this sprawl is a space station that was built to be occupied by a lot of humanity, and is equipped with various facilities. Therefore, this sprawl seem more spacious than the Ishimura. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted on Jan 03, 2011 under Xbox 360 |
Sliding around and shifting into slow motion is a blast
A constant barrage of explosions, bullets, and robots
Fantastic boss fights heat up the action
Smooth controls ensure an always-fair challenge
Frequent set-piece environments add flair and variety.
Corny dialogue and voice acting
Ends too soon.
Pure entertainment: that’s Vanquish in a nutshell. This speedy and thrilling third-person cover-based shooter is all madness, overwhelming you with gigantic robots, flurries of gunfire, and explosions so powerful and colorful that you might think you feel the heat. There are a lot of things to love about Vanquish, but its most impressive feat is that while it uses mechanics you’ve seen in other shooters, it feels nothing like them. The focus on speed, the relentless pace, and the fantastic boss fights give Vanquish a feel and style of its own, while its good looks and buttery-smooth frame rate ensure you’re always swept into the action. When you walk away from the campaign, buzzing with the rush of adrenaline, it won’t be the excruciating dialogue or the forced voice acting you remember most, but the joy you felt when zipping around the battlefield, gunning down metallic transforming scorpions and evading the barrage of bullets vomited by a dozen hardy turrets. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted on Dec 06, 2010 under Xbox 360 |
Sleeping ghosts completely change how you go about scoring big
Slow motion and bombs are terrific new elements
Eating dozens of ghosts at once is immensely satisfying
Variety of game modes, mazes, visual, and musical options
Difficulty options offer great experiences to players of any skill level.
Poor leaderboard integration.
Three years ago, Pac-Man Championship Edition took the classic Pac-Man formula and reinvigorated it with a new look, changing mazes, a ticking clock and a new emphasis on skillfully eating lots of ghosts in sequence to rack up huge points. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted on Nov 15, 2010 under Xbox 360 |
Thrilling variety throughout campaign
Fractured story creates an intriguing atmosphere
New multiplayer currency system is invigorating
Combat training lets anyone enjoy multiplayer excitement
Theater lets you share and enjoy triumphs and failures.
The single-player campaign is set largely during the 1960s and takes you to Cold War hot spots like Cuba, Russia, and Vietnam. You are an elite covert operative, and your globe-trotting adventures form pieces of a puzzle–a puzzle that your mysterious captors are trying to put together by interrogating you. Read the rest of this entry »