Tagged:  third-person

By Jason Fanelli, March 13, 2013 0 VG Review

If “repetition is the mother of learning,” then Fist of the North Star: Ken’s Rage 2 is her golden child. For starters, Ken’s Rage 2 is essentially the same game as its predecessor. The Legend Mode of Ken’s Rage 2… Read More »

By Greg Galiffa, February 14, 2013 0 VG Review

Dante has never been an honest person. He was all style and motivation, exaggerated more as the Devil May Cry Series series continued, shifting Dante from moody anti-hero to a smarmy sideshow clown. The most genuine Dante appeared in Devil… Read More »

By Jason Fanelli, November 9, 2012 0 VG Review

I’ve been fighting this war for six long years. I’ve loyally pledged myself to the Assassins, freeing the world from the machinations of the Templar order. I’ve traveled through the very fabric of time itself, following Desmond and his Assassin… Read More »

By Eddie Inzauto, November 5, 2012 0 VG Review

Whether slaying dragons, traveling through time, conjuring spells, diffusing plots of world domination, or saving the princess (whatever castle she may be in), through the magic of video games, players can go places and do things that they might otherwise… Read More »

By Greg Galiffa, October 16, 2012 1 VG Review

There’s a trend with the Die Hard films. Anyone who has followed the series can tell you that the isolated, guerrilla tactics utilized by John McClane in the first film were expanded with each new installment. He went from office building… Read More »

By Jason Fanelli, October 4, 2012 0 VG Review

5th Cell Entertainment. Xbox 360. Third-person shooter. Ordinarily, if someone were to mention those three terms in the same sentence, the brain would produce a simple result: Does Not Compute. 5th Cell forged their legacy in the cauldron of unique,… Read More »

By Eddie Inzauto, October 4, 2012 4 Previews, Videos

There are always new themes and trends that pervade gaming. As we discussed on the final episode of Big Red Potion, there have been a number of bubbles throughout gaming history during which particular genres rose in popularity and frequency… Read More »

By Greg Galiffa, July 13, 2012 0 VG Review

A few hours into Inversion, a group of boorish soldiers, grizzled and uninspired, wonder about the mysterious enemy. Aside from a few unintelligible grunts, the only distinguishing characteristic of the opposing creatures are their advanced weaponry and a collective desire to be Wez… Read More »

By Dan Crabtree, June 26, 2012 0 Previews

Isaac dated survival horror. Then he started coming home late, his space miner’s suit smelling like a different genre, and still survival horror stayed quietly by his side. He’d been fooling around with action horror. It never got bad enough… Read More »

By Eddie Inzauto, June 17, 2012 2 Previews

Capcom had a surprise up its sleeve for attendees of the publisher’s behind-closed-doors Resident Evil 6 presentation at E3 this year, leaving the GamerNode editors plenty impressed and ready to see more of the game. While gamers were already well… Read More »