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Archive for » February 1st, 2011«
xARTURIAx’s Video Game Reviews
-BlazBlue: Continuum Shift–
By: Sara Pease
Who absolutely loves 2D anime fighting games?! Not you? Well, SHUT UP AND PLAY THIS GAME! BlazBlue: Continuum Shift is truly a 2D masterpiece, and even if you’re not a huge fan of 2D fighters (or fighters in general), this game will keep you coming back for more…especially because you just HAVE to see all the character color combinations!! First developed as an arcade game, the BlazBlue series rapidly gained popularity and was soon released on consoles under the name BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger (the prequel to Continuum Shift). Japan’s constant need for new arcade games, and characters to play, pushed for Continuum Shift’s existence and developer Arc System Works was ready to deliver! more »
Taking a page from games such as Demon’s Souls, Mindjack claims to offer a revolutionary experience allowing any player in the world opportunity to enter your game as either an npc in your aid or actively take control of any member of the opposing force. As one of the freshest multiplayer gimmicks to be released in years, does Mindjack bring true innovation to the field or does it simply fall at the heels of the established hitters in the genre?
In the recent wake of gaming, it seems that many companies are striving to etch their name upon the monolith genre of third-person shooters. From Koei to Sony, Eidos to Capcom, all of these companies are all vying for a piece of that gaming pie. With so many niches filled there lies a new challenger waiting to enter the ring: feelplus. more »
Genre: Roll Playing Game
Developer: Zeboyd Games
Available: Xbox 360 Indie Games Marketplace
Overall Score: 7
Cthulhu Saves the World is the most unlikely title for a video game, though also one of the most humorous. This Xbla indie title is a lot like it’s namesake in oddity and entertainment value. Cthulhu Saves the World is a parody of classic RPG gaming with in jokes abound for gamers of the 90′s. While this throw back plays on the nostalgia factor it is able to stand on it’s own with witty writing mixed with an accommodating game design. more »
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