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  • Blog Post: I liked this game. Only a few issues.

    I really liked this game so much and wanted it to have a higher score so bad! Playing as Death was awesome. It took the all powerful character idea and turned him into something faster, more agile. And I really appreciated that sort of different element which was brought to the table. The first thing... More
  • Blog Post: Vigil Games' Death Was Not In Vain

    Darksiders 1 is an enjoyable experience with a standout cast of diverse characters, biblically/mythically inspired story, excellent choices for voice acting, unbelievably fantastic art direction, and is just simple fun with the hack-and-slash/puzzle solving/platforming gameplay. I know this game was... More
  • Blog Post: A Tribute to Gaming's Greatest Franchises

    While many gamers argue that titles such as the Darksiders copy and rip-off other popular titles, I believe that THQ has crafted one of gaming’s most beautiful and intricately crafted tributes in this console generation. While staying original, Darksiders pays homage to popular titles such as Prince... More
  • Blog Post: Review - Darksiders II (PS3)

    The original Darksiders was highly criticized for it's "lack of originality", and now with a sequel among us, people are wondering if Darksiders 2 will creating something new, or provide much of the same. Darksiders 2 makes several improvements over Darksiders 1, but fails when it comes... More
  • Blog Post: Death's Boring Embrace

    The moment the original Darksiders concluded I was already anticipating the sequel. Thinking only great thoughts about how Vigil could expand upon its' mish-mash of tried and true concepts, I eagerly pre-paid and patiently waited this game to arrive. As it turns out, I waited for nothing. Instead... More
  • Blog Post: A Masterpiece . . . or Not . . .

    Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE Darksiders 2 Review Review By: Anthony Oury -Special Game Notes- · - On the PS3 I crashed multiple times (5-8) and had to restart the system · + Length: 15-20 hours with side missions, more if you go for trophies or Crucible rounds ·... More
  • Blog Post: Darksiders 2

    0 false 18 pt 18 pt 0 0 false false false Darkisders 2 demands and tests the player’s patience. It’s game that doesn’t start off with a bang and it takes time to get the gears rolling but when it finally does, it offers one of the most thrilling and engaging action RPG experiences in... More
  • Blog Post: Not Many Games Make You Feel As Good As Darksiders II

    Darksiders II hooked me right from the start. As soon as I started playing, I loved the agility of the new protagonist, Death, and his fluidity as he scales walls and takes out multiple enemies at once with his scythes. Another thing that drew me in was summoning and banishing Death's horse, Dispair... More
  • Blog Post: Better than the sum of (most of) it's parts.

    As has been stated before, this game, like it's predecessor, takes a little from a lot of different places. Yet, despite that it manages to be it's own thing, and present some originality. yes, it takes from Zelda, but it's more fun than any Zelda game I've played since A Link to the... More
  • Blog Post: A Great Way to Meet Death

    I tend to think of the first Darksiders as being a bit like Frankenstein’s monster: It was a little ugly thanks to its technical flaws, it had a hard time telling a story, and it was stitched together using pieces of other legendary games. However, unlike the mad doctor’s monster, Vigil Games’... More
  • Blog Post: Darksiders 2 is not what I had hoped for. It's still worth playing, by the slightest of margins.

    This game is a disappointment to me. I absolutely loved the first game. But DS2 has just left me wanting more. It simply lacks the spark needed to keep me interested for more than an hour at a time. It's not a bad game, it just lacks in too many areas. It's a shame. :( I'm not a graphics... More
  • Blog Post: My 'Quality Time' with Death.

    'War' was the supernatural equivalent of a tank. Not much for humor, prefered bulky armor rather than figure-fitting attire and his own horse (Ruin) had a serious gripe to pick with him during their little 'reunion'. War was my dude. He stayed hooded up and every addition to his arsenal... More
  • Blog Post: Darksiders II, another perspective

    I am become death... Darksiders II, the next installment of the Four Horsemen story. Rather than continuing the storyline of the first game, this one takes place just after War's first fight with Straga. Death rides out to aid his brother, and find the truth behind his brother's imprisonment... More
  • Blog Post: A Tribute to Fans

    As the title states, this really is a tribute to the fans and improves upon every aspect of the first game. I truly have no real complaints, however I feel giving a 10 is a little too generous. The combat in this game is absolutely great. It's just so easy to pick up and feels great while playing... More
  • Blog Post: Darksiders II

    The first Darksiders game was well received by the few fans who managed to really get into the game, and it's borrowed mechanics from several other successful franchises only managed to make the formula even better- skeptic as many may have been before trying it out. With a now almost "cult"... More
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