The Intro: If you’ve never fantasized about slipping into a turtleneck, Archer-style, and infiltrating a base full of armed baddies on the down low, I don’t want to know you. If you do, however, find the aforementioned scenario enjoyable, you might want to check out CounterSpy.
The Intro: In Diablo III, you battled your way to the high heavens through hellfire and brimstone. You tangled with angels, demons, sorcerers and legions of unholy demons, critters and monsters. Under the unforgiving skies of the heavens, you fought Diablo for the very fate of the world itself. With tremendous difficulty (and the right items and skill build) you managed to defeat the greatest threat this world has ever faced. Where would you go from here? Glad you asked.
The Intro: There’s no other way to put it. Infamous: Second Son’s protagonist, Delsin Rowe, was kind of a punk. Here was a guy who at all times was engaged in some kind of behavior, which called attention to himself and his antics.
The Intro: Have you heard the popular phrase “Statistics are sexy?” No? Well, we haven’t heard of it either. That’s because when most of us think of statistics, we think of a bunch of numbers that immediately bring down the energy level of any conversation. Yet, in today’s day and age, we’re surrounded by statistics. They’re inescapable, as a matte...
The Intro: Whatever else happens in the franchise from here on, the original Wii Sports will always have a place in gaming history. This is because it was one of the games that was released along with the Wii when the console was first introduced to the world.
Escort missions. Few things in videogames can elicit a Khan-like scream of despair from players so quickly. You’re progressing through an entertaining, tense, action-packed game when suddenly, for reasons known only to themselves, the designers force you to replay the same five-minute (if you’re lucky) section over and over, trying to prevent natural selection from improving the human gene pool by letting your hated escortee remove him/herself from it through rank incompetence.