NOT SO EVIL
Episodic games are a tricky thing to review. On one hand, you are only reviewing a portion of a game that will likely not reflect the game as a whole. The other hand is that it is entirely possible for the first episode and the subsequent episodes to feel the same. However, some episodic games, most notably The Walking Dead: Season One, take the criticism they might get and fix it in the next episode that would be released months after the last. Because of the long breaks between episodes, it’s likely that the overall package will be better for it. However with Resident Evil Revelations 2, which each episode will release weekly, it’ll be hard to see if Capcom will fix any issues the first episode has. Continue reading Resident Evil Revelations 2 Episode One Review
TELL ME ALL YOUR TALES
Telltale Games has established quite a pedigree over the past few years. They came out of nowhere with the wildly successful first season of The Walking Dead after having decent success with titles such as Back to the Future and Jurassic Park. Continue reading Tales from the Borderlands Episode One: Zer0 Sum Review
Ever since their massive success with The Walking Dead: Season One and Season Two, Telltale Games has become widely known for games that focus on story and the player’s freedom to mold it. More than a complex control scheme, Telltale’s games depend on the choices you make and the alliances you form with other characters. Pouring through the details of the game’s dialogue trees and exploring the world with a keen eye can mean the difference between life and death for a friend, success or failure in pursuit of your goals. The HBO series, Game of Thrones, finds itself quite at home in such a frame.
Continue reading Game of Thrones: Iron From Ice Review
Here are all of the games that are coming out this week in North America! Continue reading This Week’s New Releases: 10/13/14