After Telltale’s phenomenal take on The Walking Dead graphic novels, I was a bit taken back that they were adapting Bill Willingham’s decade-long Fables series. But after completing episode 1, The Wolf Among Us left me “hungry like the wolf” for the next episode.
Originally released in 2012 on the Vita, Assassin’s Creed: Liberation was touted as a companion piece to Assassin’s Creed III, but now that we’ve been exposed to the refreshing and ambitious Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag, it’s difficult to readjust to the series’ rudimentary formula.
If you’ve ever watched more than a few minutes of the Cartoon Network’s Adventure Time, then you are aware of its wonderfully, absurd sense of humor. Sadly, Explore the Dungeon Because I DON’T KNOW! doesn’t display the same playfulness of the series
Since 1998, Cabela has attempted to replicate lifelike hunting experiences in the digital realm. While previous releases slightly altered the formula by including a story and adapting a third-person perspective, Cabela’s African Adventures open-world environment is a perfect example that bigger is not always better.
For over 30 years Pac-Man has been chomping on ghosts, pellets and fruits in both the 2D and 3D realm. While his past platforming adventures failed to be as memorable as the arcade classic, as a companion piece to the Disney XD cartoon of the same name, Ghostly Adventures offers a fresh new plot
For well over a decade, SpongeBob and friends have been entertaining us with their idiotic antics and ridiculous plots. While it mimics the comical charm of the show, Activison’s SpongeBob SquarePants: Plankton’s Robotic Revenge is an unoriginal and repetitive trek through Bikini Bottom.