In the immortal words of Primal Scream: “Can’t go back, I can’t go back.”
With her colourful aesthetic, bouncy synthpop and blue hair rivaled in length only by Marge Simpson, one can only wonder why it took so long to bring Miku’s delights to the rest of the world.
Supermassive Games builds on the groundwork laid out by Quantic Dream, exceeds it and gives gamers a unique, special experience in – what will surely be their coming out party – teen slasher, survival horror game Until Dawn.
Although it’s far from perfect, as an original IP Zombi is among some of the better games and deserves a second chance to live.
The Pac is back and he’s ready to redeem himself after that ghastly Ghostly Adventure game
It’s the early 70’s and you’re out to get revenge on society… and Richard Nixon.
I refuse to repeat myself. I won’t tell you the same things I’ve to told you numerous times before. I’m not going to talk about the perfected gameplay, that I once described as “authentic, fun and fair.”
Make no mistake about it, Laughing Jackal’s latest is hot stuff.
It’s hard not to sound like a broken record when championing the quality of Zen’s virtual pinball tables; what more is there to say at this point? The studio has perfected the gameplay, providing an experience that is authentic, fun and fair.
I’ve played a lot of Dying Light, and the biggest compliment I can pay it is that I can’t wait to play a lot more.