According to ESRB, this game contains: Animated Violence
EverGrace was the only FromSoft title that had managed to consistently slip past my radar, and I was glad to see it on my review schedule after all this time. However, my initial joy was soon replaced by a fairly sizable amount of disappointment. Its unavoidable that even the best studios will make a misstep now and then, but with that possibility becoming a reality, my world has been shaken.
Patience is a virtue. A disappearing virtue soon to be extinct, but a virtue nonetheless. In this age of instant gratification and sensory overload, its easy to see why the King's Field series has been so consistently overlooked and underappreciated. The gaming industry has been chronically ill-suited to promote the appreciation of subtle, atmospheric titles.
According to ESRB, this game contains: Violence
According to the ESRB, this game contains: Animated Violence
Another year, another Armored Core. While the series still ranks high on my list of favored games, its getting harder and harder for this line to sustain the impact it once had. Since the originals debut stateside in 1997, there have been a total of five games released including this one, Another Age.
While the hardcore fans of mech games will enjoy this, the steep level of difficulty that this title presents might turn off casual gamers.
Parents can rest easy making a purchase like Cookie & Cream for their kids. It's cute, it's safe, and it puts a huge emphasis on teamwork and cooperation. What more could you want? The only thing to be aware of is that good hand-eye coordination is a must, so younger […]
Their most recent offering, The Adventures of Cookie & Cream, seems like a simple action/platformer at first glance, but it reveals itself to be decidedly different from other recent releases by making cooperative effort and teamwork the driving force behind the game.
Cookie & Cream is inventive, amusing and gratifying. From Software took the chance and created this game and it should be rewarded for it.