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In the Game – Ryse: Son of Rome

Ryse: Son of Rome

The word that best describes Ryse: Son of Rome for the Xbox One is anachronistic. Even though the game is rife with hilarious historical inaccuracies, it’s the gameplay and story that feel out of time and place. You play Marius, an ancient Roman legionary whose family is murdered by barbarians, and thus swears revenge against all barbarians everywhere. But Marius ... Read More »

In the Game – ‘Bioshock Infinite’ Possibilities


It’s kind of hard to nail down exactly what Bioshock Infinite is about. Its predecessors, Bioshock and the somewhat uncreatively named Bioshock 2 were thematically concerned with choice and parenthood. Infinite, appropriately, touches on both, but isn’t limited to either. Set during 1912, Bioshock Infinite takes place in the floating city of Columbia. High above the clouds, the denizens of ... Read More »

In the Game – Finding Adventure in ‘Tomb Raider’


There’s a bit in Tomb Raider where protagonist Lara Croft, recently shipwrecked on an uncharted island, has been captured and is being groped by another male survivor who obviously hasn’t seen a lady in quite some time. During the struggle with the man, Lara manages to take his pistol, and blows a part of his head off. This is usually ... Read More »

In the Game – Don’t be sad, it’s just ‘Crysis 3′


Crysis 3, created by Crytek, developer of its sister series Far Cry, and the graphics engine, CryEngine3 tells the story of Prophet, a soldier wearing the futuristic Crynet nano-suit, who spends most of the game crying about all he’s had to sacrifice in his war against aliens. Boo hoo. Narrative To be honest that’s everything you need to know in ... Read More »

In the Game – Nintendo Scores a Critical Hit with ‘Fire Emblem: Awakening’


It’s not often when a game truly wows me. But when I originally tried the demo for Fire Emblem: Awakening, I knew I had to pre-order the game. I had been a fan of the Fire Emblem series since 2004, back when it originally debuted in North Plucking can pictured great . And cialysis canada 4 day shipping Clippers stains ... Read More »

In the Game – Paper Mario: Sticker Star


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In the Game – Hell is Other People in ‘DmC: Devil May Cry’


Back in 2001, during the development of the newest game in the Resident Evil series, Capcom conceived Read More »

In the Game – A ‘Far Cry 3’ from the norm

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Far Cry 3, by Ubisoft Montreal, nearly has it all You’ve got a relatable protagonist with a believable arc Read More »

In the Game – ‘New Super Mario Bros U’ cannot 1up itself


It’s Mario. Really, what else can I say about it? It’s the same old platformer that it has been been for the last six years, ever since the New Super Mario Bros. series started. Well, okay, maybe not the exact same thing. There have been some minute changes, but it doesn’t do much to add anything to the overall experience. ... Read More »

In the Game – Wii U is Inventive but Directionless


The Wii U is simultaneously exciting and puzzling. The new Nintendo console’s primary innovation is its controller, which has a touch screen in its middle. Though it looks unwieldy, it actually sits well in the hands, and doesn’t strain after an hour or so of use. Button placement is somewhat odd, however, as the face buttons (A, B, X, and ... Read More »