Summary: I love the gameplay, and the histry is fantastic and the graphics too, have a principal history and some secondary quest that made a great game, but the only wrog is that contain a lot of bugs, but I feel very happy with this game ;)
Summary: This game is a button masher with an elementary leveling system and basic platforming puzzles. The game is wide but shallow, as if the developers decided to move on to different aspects of the game without finishing the aspect there were currently working on. I had high hopes for this based on reviews but I'll be returning it soon.
Summary: I wasn't sure what to expect from this one. But I ended up really liking it. It takes elements from several different genres, action, puzzle, platformer, rpg and it could have been a mess but all the elements are very well done and the game feels very consistent and the wide variety keeps things interesting the whole way through. Which is good because it's quite a long journey. This is a big world with a ton of places to explore and loot to collect.
Summary: In Darksiders 2, you take the role of Death, who bears a striking resemblance to Skeletor. Here, Death tries to resurrect mankind after the events of the previous Darksiders. Instead of simply repeating the structure of the original Darksiders, it appears the creators of Darksiders 2 made an attempt to veer away from the Zelda format into a slightly more RPG and dungeon-crawler-eque direction meaning that each enemy drops loot and random clothing items for your character...