Games aren't just for kids any more! Once upon a time video games were beeps and boops, but now they are very realistic. Move over Mario - Shadow Sonic is in town, and he's got guns. You might say gaming has grown up.
After inserting quarters and getting swollen joystick thumbs for years, have video game junkies learned anything of value? As a matter of fact, they have!
Lesson #1: Don't let the ghosts touch you
Lesson #2: Don't walk into lava
Lesson #3: Don't leave the area
Lesson #4: Some people are named Bill - it can't be helped
Lesson #5: Climb into the mass grave
Lesson #6: Items labeled Trash can be sold to any vendor
Lesson #7: Kiss your loved ones
Drawn to Death
If the goal was to be more forced, annoying, and hideous than Bad Day LA, the result is a tremendous success. 2/10
There are already so many fantastic, lengthy new games that I can't get around to all of them, so I'm deducting a point. 9/10
It's fine, even if every environment texture looks like spraypainted broccoli. 5/10
Never before has a piece of consumer hardware so perfectly captured the feeling of hiding a boner while browsing the airbrushed t-shirt stall at a county fair!
I'm pretty sure it's not his birth name. It's hard to imagine any parent hoping their baby's future involves wardogging and all the responsibilities that wardogging entails.
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