Operating in its own separate Turtleverse, Mutants in Manhattan is a four player brawler developed by Platinum Games. This company has made great action titles in the past (Bayonetta 2, Vanquish, Wonderful 101, Transformers Devastation). Having the same crew attached to a property like this, yes my excitement meter was quite high. Do we have a winning combination? Continue reading “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutants In Manhattan Review: Bomb Squad”
Team Star Fox is back with a familar adventure. Zero borrows the plot piece-by-piece from 64. The team must take out the evil Andross and cleanse the galaxy. Good thing this story reload is coming from a classic source. Naturally this Fox Zero brings back fond memories. Reworked quotes, and locations galore. Some of the more famous sayings remain in-tact. The mission start “Good Luck” audio bite, and what would this series be without peppy telling you to “Do a Barrel Roll!” Continue reading “Star Fox Zero Review: Adapt”
Madworld is our Number Ten choice. The key word is: Style. From start to finish, the game is loaded with it. Featuring one of the best in-game soundtracks I have ever heard, to the Black and white cell-shaded visuals, this is truly a new classic. Voice acting is perfect for the setting. Steve Blum already runs things voicing ‘Wolverine’ in many marvel productions. His talents hold true. He voices ‘Jack Cayman’, the game’s main protagonist. You’re in a competition, where killing keeps you alive. This is one of the most brutal games ever made, but it’s quite comical. Hilarious commentary can be heard throughout. Special challenges within madworld, are hosted by a crazy pimp named ‘The Black Baron’. He is sure to provide you with his own set of side-splitting moments. You could hurt enemies with nearly anything. Take a street sign, stick it into their head. We’re not finished, stuff their body in a trash can. Hold on there. Take that body and throw it into a spike trap. Finally, split them down the middle with your robo-hand chainsaw device. Twisted/innovative combat, and a presentation that used the strengths of the system, makes Platinum Games’ Madworld a must own.
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