Experiments are a necessary part of the development of game design. If some industrious soul hadn't invented the life bar and health pack, we'd be stuck with one-hit death. And if another, even more industrious soul hadn't invented progressive health, we'd still be stuck with the life bar and health pack. Of course, not every experiment is a positive one, and not every change is for the better. The Club is a perfect demonstration of that concept.
Tag: Bizarre Creations
According to ESRB, this game contains: Blood, Strong Language, Violence
As a genre that is inherently limited in scope, finding meaningful distinctions among racing games is getting harder and harder. There are so many racing games, and so many of them are well done, that it seems as though repetition is an insurmountable obstacle for ambitious developers. But somehow, Bizarre […]
According to ESRB, this game contains: Mild Violence
There have been a few recent licensed games that surpassed expectations, but even the bad ones don't seem to be as rancid as they once were. A great example of a new-age attempt at making the leap from big screen to small, Treasure Planet certainly has its flaws but remains a pretty decent offering.
If the devil is in the details, then Project Gotham Racing is old Scratch himself. Not only does the game feature real world cars, locations, and an eye for the most minute of details (like the water splatter coming off the tires on a rainy track), but it also features real world radio stations and DJs spinning tunes for your driving pleasure. These arent your generic themes, either; the game features tracks by real bands such as Gorillaz and a variety of hip hop acts as well. Tired of the in-game soundtrack? Then take advantage of the Xbox hard drive and rip some tracks of your own. Project Gotham Racing allows for players to import their very own music for use while driving.
According to ESRB, this game contains: Mild Lyrics
According to the ESRB, this game contains Mild Lyrics