The production value behind Black Ops II‘s DLC has left many fans a little perplexed; delivering a mixture of positive and negative feedback. Each pack consisted of a combination of purely ambivalent design with sporadically delightful or dreadful visuals.
No, this isn’t a side story based on a long lost relative of Mortal Kombat‘s Jax Briggs. Firefighter Marlow Briggs is a man on a mission and his first video game is the equivalent to a summer blockbuster movie; it won’t win any awards for originality but its packs enough mindless action and cheesy dialogue to keep you entertained until the end credits.
In 1989, Capcom set a high standard for licensed platformers when they released DuckTales (woo oo)–sorry, I couldn’t help myself. With DuckTales Remastered, they’ve teamed up with WayForward (the team behind remakes such as A Boy and his Blob and Double Dragon Neon); but can they replicate the same magic that worked 24 years ago?
When we last left mercenary assassin Daud in The Knife of Dunwall DLC, he had just “restructured” his organization’s ranks and put a face to the witch, Delilah. Now Daud’s quest for atonement continues in the latest and final piece of Dishonored DLC, The Brigmore Witches
The very thought of playing a small-budget RPG may send shivers down the spine of some enthusiasts, but developer Spiders’ Mars: War Logs is an ambitious cyberpunk RPG full of great ideas. There’s an unmistakable underdog appeal to what the developers were attempting to execute
On the surface, Pwnee Studios’ Kickstarter project Cloudberry Kingdom appears to be like most platformers we’ve grown up playing, but its progressively challenging AI-generated stages allows it to stand out in a genre packed with unoriginal titles.