Sheppard’s Video Game Pie
"The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim" is the reason I'm upgrading my computer this weekend.
The great virtue of "Dark Souls" is the sense of ownership it bestows on those who master it.
"Batman: Arkham City" is a worthy followup to 2009's "Batman: Arhkam Asylum," but not quite the perfect supergame I was hoping for.
"Gears 3" plays like a polished "Gears 2," which played like a polished "Gears 1." It's popcorn gaming, but I think that's exactly what they were going for.
I've logged 60 hours on Deus Ex: Human Revolution so far, and I've enjoyed every second
Vincent is 32 years old and living in a rut. He’s been going out with his girlfriend, Katherine, for five years, but they still live apart.
In "Resistance 3," 90 percent of humanity is dead, and the survivors are living in squalor underground, evading human-alien hybrid death squads.
"Bodycount" is an FPS. I am tempted to make the preceding sentence, and the legally-mandated italic paragraph way down at the end of this thing, my whole review.
El Shaddai: Ascension of the Metatron is a beautiful little art game with brawler mechanics.
Amnesia is a first-person horror game with no combat, which is not to say no danger. You play a man named Daniel with no memory of who he is, who wakes up next to a note and an empty bottle in a largely abandoned, collapsing castle.
Michael Gagné did a series of MTV shorts called Insanely Twisted Shadow Puppets, and now he's done the visual design for a video game.
From Dust is a decent short god sim that would really benefit from being much larger and running on the next generation of game hardware.