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  • A Shining Example of How Puzzle Games Should Be Made Nowadays

    In an age when the pure adventure game is all but forgotten and when puzzle games are generally relegated to Facebook's endless online Flash-based offerings, Valve provides players a true puzzle adventure game, which demonstrates how to bring both genres into the modern age. Living through the eyes of silent protagonist, Chell, the player is treated to a longer campaign of puzzles, humor, and character development of which I wish other publishers would take notice.

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    In an age when the pure adventure game is all but forgotten and when puzzle games are generally relegated to Facebook's endless online Flash-based offerings, Valve provides players a true puzzle adventure game, which demonstrates how to bring both... More
  • It's good to be in Italy

    Ubisoft managed to pull off a stellar game with Assassin's Creed II. It is not without its faults, but the experience is certainly more satisfying than the previous game. I enjoyed the flow of the game a lot more, especially considering you are sent on a rather direct path to the end, and the mission variety is great enough that it doesn't just feel like you're meandering around until you finally kill somebody. You actually feel like you are accomplising something in the meanwhile, which is certainly worth noting considering in the first Assassin's Creed, one of your "investigations" involved gathering flags that he managed to drop in a very deliberate path in Israel. Missions also take longer and involve more steps. I will return to that concept soon enough.

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    Ubisoft managed to pull off a stellar game with Assassin's Creed II. It is not without its faults, but the experience is certainly more satisfying than the previous game. I enjoyed the flow of the game a lot more, especially considering you are sent... More