Summary: okay so this game had bad reviews witch made me think not to buy but i was like eh whatever its cheap and it has trophies so i bought it to find out this game is freakkkkkkkkkkking awesome!!!! it has unique gameplay its like a survival puzzle third person and first person shooter you will have to think you can drive cars and explode shit so you already now this game is awesome!
Summary: This game was killed with the reviews the first go and now that it has been rereleased the critics seem to hate it just as much. I was expecting a decent game for the $16 I payed for it but the truth is that this game is excellent. This is the first game I have played in along time that I would actually call hard. Not frustratingly so but it is a good challenge. Another good aspect is that there are times in the game where you will not advance if you can't think.
Summary: What? yes, what? as far as I remember alone in the dark 1, 2 and 3 had sucky controls and I loooooove those games. About this one, controls are better than the previous games and I also love it. Yes, they still suck but not as bad, its actually kinda part of the Alone in the Dark franchise, so just get over it and enjoy the game, I know I did ! The surroundings are so dynamic I couldnt believe my eyes ! Give it a try. Trust me.
Summary: Wow, this game took me by surprise. I first played the demo and then picked up the game on discount. It's much better than the reviews would lead you to believe! First off, I think the graphics are very impressive; it might not be Uncharted or Killzone 2, but there's an undeniable artistry in the game designers' post-apocalyptic version of New York City. The lead character, Edward Carnby, also looks really cool, and the monster designs are exceptionally scary.