Gaming

Gamers’ Paradise: Dishonored, Xbox 360/PS3/PC, Arkane Studios

  Dishonored (Xbox 360, PS3, PC) It’s been what feels like forever since a major publisher has put out a game with innovative gameplay and more focus on play than cut scenes. Finally, Bethesda and Arkane Studios bring us Dishonored. In Dishonored you are given the option of how you would like to play the game. This is done through … Continue reading Gamers’ Paradise: Dishonored, Xbox 360/PS3/PC, Arkane Studios

Gamers’ Paradise: Defender’s Quest: Valley Of The Forgotten, PC/Mac/Linux, Level Up Labs

DEFENDER’S QUEST: VALLEY OF THE FORGOTTEN (PC, Mac, Linux) Thanks to the digital age, I am rarely happy with consuming only one kind of entertainment at a time. If I’m reading a book, I want to be listening to music, too. If I’m watching TV, I’m also gonna be playing a video game. Browsing websites, I have a movie on. … Continue reading Gamers’ Paradise: Defender’s Quest: Valley Of The Forgotten, PC/Mac/Linux, Level Up Labs

Gamers’ Paradise: Professor Layton and the Miracle Mask, 3DS, Level 5

PROFESSOR LAYTON AND THE MIRACLE MASK (3DS) The Professor Layton formula is pretty well set at this point, and as with the music of AC/DC and the Ramones, one might be tempted to say, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” But still, even the greatest formula can become stale with too much repetition, so we find ourselves with changes … Continue reading Gamers’ Paradise: Professor Layton and the Miracle Mask, 3DS, Level 5

Gamers’ Paradise: Liberation Maiden, 3DS, Grasshopper Manufacture

  LIBERATION MAIDEN (3DS) Liberation Maiden is a very unusual Suda 51 game. Oddly enough, its strangeness comes from how relatively normal it is. We’ve come to expect the most fucked up, insane video games from the founder of Grasshopper Manufacture. His legacy of titles like killer7, No More Heroes and Lollipop Chainsaw have set the lunacy bar pretty high, … Continue reading Gamers’ Paradise: Liberation Maiden, 3DS, Grasshopper Manufacture