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The disclaimer at the beginning of Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days should have addressed game design as a potential offense given the outpouring of vicious attacks directed at the developer and publisher in the wake of the game's release last Tuesday. In this review of the single-player campaign, I'll address the most common complaints as well as provide a more detailed analysis of the game. Be warned, however, that this will include SPOILERS so a proper context to my comments can be provided.
I’ve finally finished Uncharted 2: Among Thieves, spent a lot of time with the Kane and Lynch 2: Dog Days demo, and delved deeper into Dead Space and Sacred 2: Fallen
Betas are a classic catch-22. Allow gamers to help identify problems developers can fix but risk negative buzz based on those same problems prior to the game's release. EA's Medal of Honor is a textbook example of
If a picture says a thousand words, this post should speak volumes, LOL. Yeah, I'm back with another pictorial, this time of the chaotic, rapid-fire Red Faction: Armageddon trailer that promises a kind of dungeon crawling action transplanted direct from the mining vessel Ishimura. (See http://gameinformer.com/b/news/archive/2010/06/07/thq-reveals-red-faction-armageddon-with-trailer.aspx )
I think I have an idea what it must have been like to return from a cattle drive. After immersing myself in Red Dead Redemption since it launched, I find out today that Flashforward and Heroes have been cancelled. Nevermind that Lost just wrapped on Sunday and this is Tudors' denouement as well.
The second day of my journey through Red Dead Redemption's Old West was spent in the game's Free Roam mode. I spent about two hours in a private map and enjoyed every minute of exploration and gameplay.