Excerpt: There are quite a few racing games out in the market, but hardly any of them cater towards new fans of the genre. For every short tutorial there’s an advanced mechanic that involves some slight tweak to each car that allows it to go faster then ever before.
Excerpt: Many have said it before and I will repeat it here, Fallout 3 is Oblivion with guns in a post apocalyptic America. So it’s all good then! Kind of. After my Fable debacle I plunged headlong into Fallout 3. I’m a much happier bunny for it, too.
Excerpt: The controversial successor to a short yet venerable gaming dynasty, Fallout 3 generated a lot of backlash amongst older fans. Frankly, there’s a lot of wiggle room as to whether or not Fallout 3 constitutes a worthy sequel (whatever that means) to the Fallout series.
Excerpt: To have ambition is one thing, but to have the skill to carry it out with any degree of success is another. As those who have played any of their past output well know, Bethesda are a highly ambitious company that don’t do things by the numbers.
Conclusion: While Bejeweled 2 and Hexes HD might appeal to the more cerebral puzzle gamers, we’ve found Zuma Deluxe to be just as challenging and even more addictive due to its action elements. With only two game modes, the depth of Zuma lies within the levels of its temples.
Conclusion: As for the game’s audio side, it’s well done and clearly a lot of the game’s budget was put into making this part shine. The orchestral backing music matches the mood of the gameplay nicely, but the main highlight is the voice acting.
If the End of the World Looks This Sweet, Then Bring On the Apocalypse
22 September 2009
Conclusion: Concept: Bethesda has forged an incredible adventure that brings out the best from both Fallout and Elder Scrolls
Graphics: It turns out wastelands can be beautiful. Every environment and character model is detailed to the max -- rooms are cluttered, and armors show battle damage
Sound: The voice...