Excerpt: Dark Void is one of Capcom’s first titles this year but because of limited hype, it wasn’t very highly anticipated and for good reason. Dark Void takes place during World War Two and centers around William Augustus Grey.
Excerpt: First Impressions My reaction is Latest Videos Dark Void Preview Trailer I’ve been far too busy with several games this week, to the point that I almost missed reviewing this one, buried under a stack of discs and network cables.
Excerpt: The demo for Iron Man was really fun. Flying around in Tony Stark's custom-made suit seemed to work fairly well, the suit itself looked cool, and it appeared as though SEGA had really captured the feel of being the Armored Avenger.
Excerpt: Great ideas are often inspired by other good ideas. When you take someone’s design and change it to improve it, its called progress. When you take someone’s idea and use it without changing it, its normally called plagiarism or common theft.
Summary: The idea of a personal, rocket-powered flight device has captured man's imagination for decades, yet the reality of such a device remains depressingly distant. This disparity between dream and reality mirrors the experience of playing Dark Void.
Pros: Jetpack is speedy and maneuverable, Great opportunities for daring stunts
Cons: Too much time spent without a jetpack, Shooting is unexciting, Enemies are repetitive
Excerpt: It’s a tough world for any new video game IP. If you’re not contending with New Sequel X, you have to get your game into the minds of gamers as something that they should be interested in and spend their hard-earned money on.