Excerpt: "Exit's unique graphics and fluid style make this yet another innovative puzzle game in Ubisoft's arsenal," said Jay Cohen, vice president of publishing at Ubisoft. "Ubisoft is excited to be bringing three of the industry's most innovative titles to gamers this year." As "Mr.
Excerpt: Exit is a stylish 2D platformer/puzzle game that looks a lot like a resurrected comic book. Everything is true 3D, even the backgrounds, which gives the game great depth despite the fact that the gameplay only deals in two dimensions.
Excerpt: I remember when Exit came out on the Playstation Portable (PSP). I so wanted Family Friendly Gaming to get this game, and prayed I would be selected to be the reviewer. Alas a copy never arrived, and I patiently waited for it to drop into my price range.
Excerpt: Superheroes don't have to wear obscenely coloured costumes, move faster than the speed of light, shoot web from their wrists, control the weather or possess any other such fantastical powers. Well, that's what Mr. Escape, the hero of Ubisoft's Exit would like you to believe.
Excerpt: When a genuinely innovative title pops up out of nowhere, it never gets the credit that it deserves initially. Later on though, the game ends up being heralded as real groundbreaker, and swarms upon swarms of players descend upon bargain bins and eBay to find that elusive copy.
Excerpt: Taito's Exit centres on a character named Mr. Esc. (short for Escape, of course). He's a self-styled 'get-you-out-of-a-jam man' who's ready to hire himself out for those all too frequent moments in life when one finds oneself in dire straits. Fire, ice, crumbling walls and debris can't deter Mr Esc.
Excerpt: Without a doubt, the next generation of hardware should be pretty fantastic from a technical standpoint—and by extension, the games should be too. These superpowered machines are more potent than ever, and it's pretty clear that the stakes are being raised for developers who want to compete; the...