Another God game, yay, but instead of controlling goofy, cartoony creatures, you’ll determine the fate of a realistic looking tribe dealing with very harsh realities.
Another week in which the noteworthy releases are a bit on the slim side. But fear not, the two worth checking out are… worth checking out!
Saying the new Call of Duty will be the biggest game of this year is like saying the sun’s hot. I don’t even like FPSs that much and even I want a piece of MW3!
The gold standard that all serious fighting games are forced to strive towards (which, honestly, SF4 misses the mark on) is back and online at long last.
The survival horror FPS has managed to one-up scary little girls: scary plumes of smoke. Yikes!
Less Resident Evil, more Home Alone, Dead Block is the slightly different kind of zombie game that we could all use right about now!
Instead of just another one-two combo, it’s now a four person affair. Basically imagine Wii Party, but a far stronger emphasis on story.
At long last, L.A. Noire is finally here. Oh, and two other notable releases you may want to investigate in.
Listen up, emo kids. Alice’s world through the looking glass is looking creepier than ever and shaping up to be a fantastically spooky good time in this sequel to the PC version from way back in 2000.
That same insanely great Portal player from before is back when maneuvers so awesome that you won’t know what’s happening half the time.
It’s not so much what he does on screen, it’s what comes out of his mouth. And I assure you, it will be stuck in your head for hours if not days, so be warned.