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Type: Review Game: Test Drive: Ferrari Racing Legends (Xbox 360) Posted: August 20, 2012 (09:26 PM)
This game has a great concept, and there's even quite a bit of love put into the campaign mode's setup. Unfortunately, its engine cripples the entire product.
Through revisions, balance updates, and mechanics changes, the game has gained its own brand of complexity. However, it's still quite the fun time whether you're the type who just wants to get in there and button-mash, or you’re someone looking for a deep fighting game containing a cast where absolutely no character plays the same and all of them come with their own individual sets of tactics.
Playing NeverDead is akin to walking into the game version of a carnival house of mirrors. Everywhere you turn, you see something that looks like a component to a decent action game, only to find it detrimentally mutated in some way.
This is how you make shooting games mean something again. Bangai-O Spirits puts so many twists on the genre formula it's hardly recognizable, yet all the more fun for it. Just be prepared to die a lot until you get the hang of it all.
Type: Review Game: Rocketmen: Axis of Evil (Xbox 360) Posted: May 07, 2008 (03:44 PM)
If you're mainly a solitary gamer, pass this one up. However, if you have a huge love (or even a passing liking) for loot-gathering dungeon-crawlers, are tired of the genre being taken up solely by medieval fantasy trappings, and have at least one friend or can tolerate random partners, then Rocketmen is actually not a bad buy.
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