October 18, 2017 @ 1:31 pm
Alan Wake Xbox 360
"Alan Wake" is easily one of the greatest video games of all time. Remedy Entertainment, who began their stardom with the beloved "Max Payne" series, completed their most outstanding project to date when "Alan Wake" released to critical acclaim in 2010. And it deserves the praise. Stellar in its storytelling, characterization, atmosphere, and gameplay, "Alan Wake" remains a cult classic in the video game world, and one I proudly believe to be one of the best video games of the 21st century. "Alan Wake" is a self-proclaimed "psychological action thriller " that combines elements of thriller TV with action-based gameplay. Most of the game is set in dark, atmospheric forest expanses as the player is forced to fight against shadowy, ax-wielding enemies called "Taken." The combat is a primary focus, and takes an interesting spin with the flashlight mechanic, as the player is unable to kill enemies until they have used their...
"A Hat in Time" has to be one of the most pleasant gaming discoveries I've made in these past few years. Since I'm often a bit disappointed in the AAA sector, branching out to look at more indie games was a new experience for me, but "A Hat in Time" met all of the hopes and expectations I didn't even know I had. It has all of the charm, wit, and adventure of some of my other all-time favorites like "Super Mario Galaxy" on top of an adorable lineup of characters and worlds. It really is a masterpiece of indie gaming, and one I'd recommend to anyone who likes 3D platformers or just games in general. "A Hat and Time" has all of the spirit and charm of 3D platforming classics, and yet it's original and unique in a very memorable way. The entire game is vibrant with visuals, music, and...
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