It’s not true that every great game has a great story, as Mark Fujii explains. Here are six video games that were great but for one small, shared detail – an absolute howler of a story.
Resident Evil 5
Resident Evil 5‘s story is simply terrible. Even if you ignore the . . . → Read More: Great Game, Shame About the Story
More Nordic Diablo? More Resident Evil in space? More movies on games consoles? It could only be Rumor Killers, this week with Jennifer Allen.
Too Human 2 on the way?
Last week Too Human developer Silicon Knights posted up an advert on the Gamasutra jobs board, looking for a game . . . → Read More: Rumor Killers: Too Human 2, More Dead Space & Wii Movie Channel
Every now and then, playing an abysmally bad video game can be just as enjoyable as playing a certifiably balls-to-the-wall awesome game. Maybe it’s the masochistic glee of enduring pain, like witnessing a train wreck, realizing that each passing second worsens the carnage and mayhem. A train derailing onto a busy highway (causing a massive . . . → Read More: Damnation Video Game Review
Kratos’ earlier journeys were some of the hottest and most critically acclaimed titles on the PlayStation 2, so it makes perfect sense that Sony was using God of War III as the focal point of their 2010 lineup. The demo that SCE Santa Monica studio brought to E3 2009 was easily one of . . . → Read More: God of War III Hands-On Preview
Ratchet and Clank has always been one of the PlayStation 3’s top-tier exclusive titles, and with good reason. The development team at Insomniac–who also created the critically acclaimed Resistance series–has a creative knack for seamlessly integrating funny, lighthearted storytelling with an innovative arsenal of original weapons and chaotic, enjoyable combat. Admittedly, Ratchet . . . → Read More: Ratchet and Clank Future: A Crack in Time Hands-On Preview
Today on TGR…Marvel vs Capcom 2 is Finally AnnouncedCapcom has officially announced the release of the world clashing fighter Marvel vs Capcom 2 for the Playstation Network and Xbox Live, saving many gamers from dropping $70 for it at their local Gamestop.
VBG: The British Gaming Industry MusicalWhat would happen if British game developers . . . → Read More: Daily News Roundup: April 28, 2009